Steven Genack is the Editor-In-Chief of The Jewish Heritage. He is a graduate of Touro College and Touro Law School. He studied Journalism and Screenwriting at Harvard University. As an attorney, he practices in the area of Trademark Law. He can be reached at editorjheritage@aol.com.

Rabbi Binyomin Adler is originally from Chicago and now lives in Oak Parks, Michigan. He published a Sefer on Purim, entitled Parashas Hakesef. Additionally, he publishes in print and by email a weekly Shabbos page entitled Shabbos: Ta’am HaChaim – Shabbos Taste of Life. He also writes on the Daf Yomi and other topics of interest on his blog www.doreishtov.blogspot.com.

Goldy Krantz, LMSW, is the author of The Best of My Worst which can be purchased at Judaica stores and online at www.bestofmyworst.com.

Professor Alan A. Mond is deputy Chair of the Political Science Department of the Lander College of Arts & Science of Touro College, and consults on public affairs.

Dr. Michael J. Salaman, a Fellow of the American Psychological Associaiton, is the founder and director of the ADC Psychological Services in Hewlett, NY. His recent books include, The Shidduch Crisis: Causes and Cures, published by Urim Publications and Every Pot has a Cover: A Proven Guide to Finding, Keeping and Enhancing the Ideal Relationship, published by Rowman & Littlefield.

Moshe Stempel earned a B.S. in Accounting from Touro College. He helped edit Great Jewish Letters by Moshe Bamberger.