Rabbi Jill A. Kreitman was ordained as a Rabbi at the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion. She received both her Masters in Hebrew Literature and her Doctor of Divinity from HUC-JIR. Rabbi Kreitman attended the Graduate program in Jewish Education at the Jewish Theological Seminary and received a Certificate in Family Education from Fordham University in conjunction with the Board of Jewish Education. Rabbi Kreitman is a graduate of Vassar College where she majored in Economics. Rabbi Kreitman was the Associate Rabbi/Director of Education at the Community Synagogue/Bet Am in Port Washington, New York from 1991-1998. From 1998-2002, Rabbi Kreitman served as Rabbi/Director of Education at Central Synagogue in New York City. In addition to her pulpit positions, Rabbi Kreitman was the Rabbi at Long Island University and a Professor of Philosophy at C.W. Post from 2002-2010. Rabbi Kreitman sought to enhance her education in the pastoral care field by returning to receive three units in Clinical Pastoral Education. She studied under the wings of the New York Board of Rabbis and the Robert Wood Johnson Hospital. Currently Rabbi Kreitman is part of the Pastoral Care team at Nassau University Medical Center extending services to patients and support to physicians.