Rabbi Daniel Lehmann

President, Hebrew College

Rabbi Daniel Lehmann is the eighth President of Hebrew College. He previously served as the founding Headmaster of Gann Academy - The New Jewish High School of Greater Boston and the Founding Director of BIMA – The Berkshire Institute for Music and Arts.

A graduate of Yeshiva University and its Rabbinical School, Rabbi Lehmann received the Covenant Foundation Award as well as the Benjamin Shevach Award from Hebrew College for his innovative leadership in Jewish education. He has both studied and taught at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem and the National Center for Learning and Leadership (CLAL) in New York.

Rabbi Lehmann has written numerous articles and chapters on Jewish education and inter-religious learning, and has lectured widely to professional and communal audiences.