Avram Mlotek graduated cum laude from Brandeis University majoring in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies.  His writing has appeared in The Forward, Tablet, Haaretz, The Jerusalem Post, The Jewish Week and The Huffington Post.  In 2012, The New York Jewish Week selected him as a "leading innovatory in Jewish life," as part of their "36 Under 36" Section. Mlotek's Yiddish cultural work has brought him to China, Ethiopia, Israel, Sweden, and Australia.  Mlotek currently works as a rabbi and co-founder of Base Hillel.  He is married to Yael Kornfeld, a social worker, and is proud Tati to their three-year-old, Revaya.

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