Jacqueline Feldman

Jacqueline Feldman, a Ma’ayan and the Rebbetzen of Bushey and District United Synagogue, along with her husband Rabbi Elchonon Feldman, lead the second largest Orthodox community in the United Kingdom.

Jacqueline is the Chair of the newly formed Rebbetzin Representation Group of the United Synagogue which aims to support and build a community of Rebbetzins.  She is also very involved in the Marriage Enhancement Programme which trains kallah teachers to teach the broad spectrum of United Synagogue brides. She is a graduate of the Kol Soroh Suzie Bradfield Leadership Programme and the First Chief Rabbi’s Ma’ayan Programme and Programme coordinator of the second cohort.

She attended Hasmonean High School in London, Bnos Chava Seminary in Jerusalem and received a BSc in Neuroscience from King’s College London. Jacqueline as a former SENCO working both in secondary schools and informal settings, has a passion for inclusion and education. She has a particular interest in the intersection of Jewish law and ethics with medical scientific advancements. She plays the Harp, enjoys arts and crafts and spending time with her wonderful family.