Chaplain Adam Siegel
Adam began serving as a spiritual counselor at Beit T’Shuvah in 2010 and currently oversees its social action and community service initiatives. Originally from Cleveland, OH, Adam graduated from Miami University (OH) with a BS in Business Administration and began his career by working for Internet start-ups. After a Taglit-Birthright Israel program in 2000, he decided to follow his spiritual path and his passion by working in the Jewish community. Adam began this path by working to build community among Jewish college students and young adults in a variety of settings. In 2014, Adam was ordained as a Chaplain from the Academy for Jewish Religion-California, while also serving in the Skirball Hospice program. Today, in addition to counseling residents, Adam coordinates social action programs at Beit T’Shuvah, stressing the importance of service in personal recovery.
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