Raising a Mensch: Parenting Teen Boys


Join Rabbi Daniel Brenner, Chief of Education at Moving Traditions and a national leader in developing community-based mentorship programs for Jewish teen boys, to hear how parents can help teen boys navigate conflicting messages about masculinity, competition, sexuality, power, and mencschlikeit.

Sharing wisdom from Shevet, Moving Traditions' ground-breaking program for teen boys post-Bar Mitzvah, helping re-imagine the transition from being a boy to being a young man.

The first event in the Navigating Parenthood Sandy Springs series hosted at Temple Sinai!


Temple Sinai
5645 Dupree Dr NW
Sandy Springs, GA 30327

About the Speaker

Rabbi Daniel Brenner serves as the chief of education for Moving Traditions and has guided the development of Shevet, Moving Traditions' mentoring program for Jewish teen boys, in over a hundred Jewish communal institutions. Prior to working with Moving Traditions Brenner played key leadership roles in some of the most creative organizations in the Jewish world, including CLAL-the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership and Birthright Israel and was named by Newsweek Magazine as one of America’s most influential rabbis.

Rabbi Brenner and his beloved, Dr. Lisa Silberman Brenner, live in Montclair, New Jersey, have three college-aged children who occasionally visit, and care for an old dog who likes to lick cream cheese containers.