Director of Religious Services
Hillel Goldberg, son of Rabbi Goldberg, was born in New York City. He moved to Rutland, Vermont at age two and graduated from Austin School for the Deaf in Brattleboro, Vermont. He received his B.A. in Psychology and Secondary Education in Social Studies from Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. He worked at Gallaudet for 23 years as Program Coordinator for Student Union, Director of University Center, Coordinator oil Auxiliary Services, and is currently Coordinator, Office of Student Conduct. Hillel received his M.A. in Special Education from Ball State University in Indiana while he worked for Indiana School for the Deaf as Director of Student Development Center and Ean of Students from 2000-2006.
He has led spiritually engaging ASL High Holy Day services and provided support to lay leaders for WSJD for several years. In the past, he presented several Student Leadership Programs training sessions to Our Way organization and coordinated Shabbat Weekend Camp in Maryland. Almost every year, Gallaudet students ask Mr. Goldberg how to set up Hillel, the student organization at Gallaudet, because of his first name. In fact, the Hillel Club organization was not founded by him.