Daniel Ehrlich is the Educational Director at Keshet: The Center for Educational Tourism
In the USA he was the founding director of the Tehilla Aliyah Movement a Director of Yeshiva University’s Communal Services Division and Executive Director of the Bnei Akiva Religious Zionist Youth Movement
After making Aliyah in 1996 with his wife Batya and their three children, he worked for the Chief Rabbinate of Israel as Coordinator of Diaspora Affairs, was the Program Director for the Coalition for Missing Israeli Soldiers, served as Editor of the Rabbi Amiel Publications Project of the Religious Zionists of America and was a regional coordinator for Christian Friends of Israeli Communities. He also served as the high holiday Cantor of the Ashkenazi Jewish community of Curacao (Netherlands Antilles) for nearly 20 years.
Mr. Ehrlich earned Masters Degrees from Yeshiva University in Community Social Work and in Jewish History and is a graduate of the Israeli Ministry of Tourism Tour Guides Course. His special areas of expertise include the development of early Christianity, Christian-Jewish relations, Holocaust Education and Contemporary Jewish and Israeli Identity.He has served as “Israel Educator” for a wide variety of Jewish, Interfaith and Christian groups. Mr. Ehrlich is the Director of Keshet’s Jewish Roots Journeys to Europe. He has been a scholar in residence and guest lecturer at churches and synagogues in the United Sates, Canada and Israel.