Rabbi Susan Goldberg is a fourth-generation Angeleno who brings a spiritual depth and intellectual rigor to the team. She has been at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple since 2013 and has been committed to cross-cultural dialogue and social justice. She is a cofounder of Arts and Action, a community arts and culture space in the MacArthur Park neighborhood of LA. Her leadership has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, the Jewish Journal, and on radio stations KPCC and KNX. Rabbi Susan was ordained by the Academy for Jewish Religion, California. Prior to becoming a rabbi, she was a dancer and choreographer, performing in venues all over the world and teaching Laban Movement Analysis in a number of universities, including Loyola Marymount and CalArts. Rabbi Susan has served as a consultant to and the designer/facilitator of workshops for such organizations as the Anti-Defamation League, and was the Co-Director of the Human Relations Awareness Program for the Los Angeles Human Relations Commission. Currently she is part of the Southern California Muslim Jewish Forum, among several other organizations. Most importantly, she dances in her living room with her husband and their three kids.