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Rabbinic Fellow

Margo Hughes-Robinson


Margo Hughes-Robinson is a third-year student at the Jewish Theological Seminary. A New Yorker by birth, she grew up in communities all over the United States before attending Clark University, where she graduated in 2015 with degrees in Theatre and Jewish Studies. Margo is also a proud alumna of the Conservative Yeshiva Lishma Fellowship and the Hartman Rabbinic Student Seminar. During her time in rabbinical school, she has enjoyed professional endeavors with T’ruah, Kulanu, Inc., Fort Tryon Jewish Center in New York City, Adat Israel in Guatemala City, and as an Interfaith Educator at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York. When she is not learning and teaching, Margo still occasionally appears onstage—most recently in Providence, RI, and in Jerusalem.

Articles Written by
Margo Hughes-Robinson

Taste of Torah: Yitro

Our foundational document, our Torah, is a living text. Like Jefferson’s vision of the Constitution, we mus...

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Taste of Torah: Shemot

The book of Exodus opens with a scene that is at once terrifying and today, chillingly familiar. A foreign ...

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