Rabbi Sarah Tasman is a dynamic and creative educator, spiritual leader and life cycle officiant based in Washington, DC and is a Rabbis Without Borders Fellow. She believes in the power of Jewish practice and learning to help us flourish and live more centered, meaningful and integrated lives. Whether she is teaching, leading or officiating, Rabbi Sarah specializes in making Judaism creative, personalized and accessible. Rabbi Sarah brings warmth, a rich knowledge of tradition and inclusivity to meet couples, families, and students wherever they are in order create a meaningful experience.
Rabbi Sarah Tasman was ordained by the Rabbinical School of Hebrew College in 2012. She also holds a Masters in Jewish Education from The Shoolman School of Education at Hebrew College and a certificate of Non-Profit Management from the Rabbinic Management Institute at American Jewish University. She is also a 2004 graduate of the University of Michigan.
Rabbi Sarah is the Founding Director of InterfaithFamily/DC which she launched in 2015. Since 2014, she has served as a member of the Shechinah Counsel (Rabbinic Advisory Group) and as a content contributor for the At The Well project, a women’s wellness initiative rooted in Judaism. She has served as Senior Jewish Educator at The University of Maryland Hillel, led events at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, the Jewish Mindfulness Center of Washington at Adas Israel, and at the Adas Israel Community Mikvah.