Who We Are
Rabbi Shlomo Gelbtuch ("Rabbi G")
Rabbi Gelbtuch studied at the famed Tiferes Yerushalayim Yeshiva in Manhattan and was Rabbinically ordained in Jerusalem where he received his bachelors in Talmudic Law and Adult Education. Rabbi Gelbtuch, known to students as "Rabbi G" runs Kollel programs on a wide range of campuses, primarily University of Georgia in Athens and Georgia Tech, while also catering to students from Georgia State, Kennesaw, Oglethorpe, Perimeter college and more. Born and raised in NYC, he loves the fast paced life of the big city but has developed a love and appreciation for the "relaxed" Atlanta atmosphere. You can usually find Rabbi Gelbtuch on college campus studying with students one on one, small groups and formal classes as well as directing and teaching the well known Maimonides Jewish Leaders Fellowships and Jewish heritage trips to Israel and New York. Rabbi Gelbtuch brings to campus his unique love for life and human beings.
Batsheva Gelbtuch was born in New York and raised in Jerusalem Israel. Batsheva attended Maalot and Nevey Tehilla Seminaries in Israel, received a B.A. in Psychology from Thomas Edison State College and Masters in Social Work from Wurzweilers School of Social Work. Batsheva is a Georgia State licensed Social Worker and works at Temima High School for girls. Batsheva is passionate about both Jewish womens education and psychology of human beings.
Batsheva leads groups, workshops and womens programs at UGA and GA Tech as well as being a part of the Bena-womens division of outreach, committed to providing programming for Jewish women across Atlanta. Batsheva brings her love of people and deep understanding of human nature, to her role at Maimonides.