Rabbi Dan Horwitz is founding director of The Well, an inclusive Jewish community-building, education and spirituality initiative geared to the needs of young adults and those who haven’t connected with traditional institutions. The organization’s core belief is that Jewish community, ethics, values, and spirituality can and should be directly applicable to our lives, and should drive us to positively impact the world around us. Before founding The Well, Rabbi Dan served in a number of professional roles, and is proudest of his years of work as the Rabbi and Director of Immersive Learning for Moishe House, heading the Jewish Education department for the global leader in Jewish young adult engagement and education. He believes deeply in the value and power of community, and that Judaism should above all add meaning to our lives and be a source of joy! Committed to lifelong learning, he holds three masters degrees and a law degree in addition to rabbinic ordination. Rabbi Dan is committed to creating radically welcoming environments and connecting with individuals and families wherever they may be on their journeys. He is happiest when helping organizations find meaningful ways to connect with individuals, and helping individuals find creative ways to make Judaism relevant and meaningful in their daily lives.