Growing up in in Sioux City, Iowa, Rabbi Shraga Sherman was active in the Conservative Jewish movement’s United Synagogue Youth (USY) serving as its International President in 1982. After receiving a BS in International Finance and Marketing from the Wharton School, he went on to a course of intense Yeshiva study and received Smicha, Rabbinic Ordination, from the Central Lubavitch Yeshiva of Israel. After serving the Philadelphian Jewish community from the Lubavitch House in Center City for eight years, Rabbi Sherman moved to Merion, PA to establish Lubavitch of the Main Line in suburban Philadelphia. Chabad of the Main Line provides a wide range of programs and classes to allow their surrounding community the opportunity to connect to their Jewish roots through serious learning and meaningful Shabbat and holiday experiences. For more information on Chabad of the Main Line and their classes, check out www.chabadmainline.org or call 610-660-9900.