Shoshana Boyd Gelfand has been part of the Pears Foundation team in London since 2011, where she currently serves as Director of Leadership and Learning. Prior to that, she was CEO of the Movement for Reform Judaism in the UK and Vice President of the Wexner Heritage Foundation in New York. Shoshana is a founding faculty member of Faith in Leadership, Visiting Scholar at Sarum College and Visiting Research Fellow at St. Benet’s Hall, Oxford. She serves as Vice Chair of the International Jewish Committee on Inter-religious Consultations(IJCIC)and also serves as board chair of OLAM (a network of Jewish and Israeli organizations working in the fields of global service, international development, and humanitarian aid). Shoshana broadcasts regularly on BBC Radio’s “Something Understood” and “Pause for Thought” programs, and presents frequently at conferences on issues around faith, identity and leadership. Shoshana was ordained as a rabbi in 1997 at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, where she also received her Doctor of Divinity honoris causa.