Published on June 15th, 2017 | by WMJledger0
Boston University Chooses Two Hebrew College Rabbinical School-Educated Leaders
NEWTON CENTRE – Jevin Eagle, a former business executive and current Hebrew College Rabbinical School student, has been named the next executive director of Boston University Hillel.
Elie Lehmann (Rab ’17), a Wexner Graduate Fellow and Hillel International Rabbinical Entrepreneurs Fellow, will serve as campus rabbi.
Prior to attending rabbinical school, Eagle was CEO of David’s Tea, an executive at Staples, Inc. and a partner at McKinsey & Co. He served as board chair of Harvard Hillel and Dartmouth Hillel from 2002 to 2006. He has an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he served on the executive committee of the Jewish Students Association, and a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College, where he majored in religion and government, and served as Hillel student president. Before Harvard Business School, he helped found Jewish Lights Publishing.
Elie Lehmann, who will be ordained from Hebrew College in June, currently serves as Rabbinic Fellow at Tufts University Hillel, and previously served in the Hillels at the University of Rochester and Tulane. He is an alumnus of Mechon Hadar, Columbia University and The Jewish Theological Seminary.
CAP: Jevin Eagle, left, and Elie Lehmann