Rabbi Adam Ross
Originally from Reading, Adam gained a Bachelors in Political Science at Birmingham University before being elected as the Head of Education for the UK youth movement, Hanoar Hatzioni.
Following this he moved to Israel with a desire to discover a deeper understanding of Judaism and spent several years learning in the Hakotel, Darche Noam, Hamivtar and Sulam Yaakov Yeshivot.
Alongside yeshiva study and on the path to becoming a rabbi, Adam has also worked in the fields of public relations, marketing and journalism. As an internet news reporter he covered wars and elections and in addition served in the International Media Branch of the IDF’s Spokesperson’s Unit.
Adam joined Aish UK after spending over 10 years in Israel. He married Anna in 2010 and they have three sons, Ilan, Amichai and Hillel.