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Rabbi Targan featured in Gratz College alumni newsletter

Rabbi Targan is profiled in the October 2014 Gratz College Insider, in the “Gratz Gourmet” feature, with her recipe for “Pomegranate Power Salad.” You can read the story (in PDF) at this link.

Rabbi Targan was previously featured in the July 2012 issue of the Gratz College Insider newsletter. You can read the story, by freelance writer Jodi Benjamin, on the Gratz website.

Rabbi Targan in the Jewish Exponent

Other News Media

Upper Saucon Patch, “Lunch & Learn: Whose Wall is it? A Look into Issues of Religious Pluralism and How it Impacts Women in Israel,” December 3, 2012.

Rabbi Targan and Rabbi Miri Gold in Israel

Together in Israel where we studied at the annual summer rabbinic program at the Shalom Hartman institute in Jerusalem. We recently reconnected at the General Assembly in Jerusalem in October. Israeli Reform Rabbi Gold is the first non-Orthodox rabbi to be paid by the State of Israel. Kudos Miri! Talk about transformation…Yay for Pluralism!

Rabbi Targan with Mayor Michael Nutter and members of the Philadelphia trade delegation to Israel.

Rabbi Targan with Mayor Michael Nutter and members of the Philadelphia trade delegation to Israel. Copyright City of Philadelphia. Photograph by Kait Privitera.

Rabbi Targan recently returned from a conference hosting 5,000 attendees in Israel, serving as Rabbinic presence for Philadelphia’s Mayor Michael Nutter and his trade delegation.