Rabbi Erin Glazer

Senior Engagement Officer

eglazer@mazon.org

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Rabbi Erin Glazer is the Senior Engagement Officer at MAZON. In that role, she is responsible for outreach and engagement for organizations, including synagogues, to mobilize the Jewish community to end hunger through advocacy and education initiatives. Erin brings considerable experience as a congregational rabbi and social justice advocate to this position. Most recently, she served a large suburban congregation in New Jersey, and has previously worked at the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism and in the Washington office of the National Council of Jewish Women. Erin is a member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis and the Women’s Rabbinic Network. She received Rabbinical Ordination and a Masters in Hebrew Letters from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a degree in Government and Politics and a minor in Jewish Studies. 

Articles by Rabbi Erin Glazer

Let All Who are Hungry, Come and Eat

Each year on Passover, before we tell the story of the exodus from Egypt, before we ask the four questions or drink our four glasses of wine, before we make a Hillel sandwich or recount the ten plagues, before any of this, we hold up a piece of matzah and we say: Ha Lachma Anya.

Thanksgiving Blessing

From the MAZON family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving! 

The Fifth Question

As a mom, I spend a lot of time thinking about what my daughter eats. And if I stop thinking about it, even for just a minute, she reminds me! 

MAZON goes to Camp!

I grew up counting down the days until camp started. Even in the middle of winter, I knew exactly how many days were left until I boarded the bus that would drive up the long tree-lined road and through the front gates of camp.

Atem Nitzavim: standing together against hunger

A d’var Torah for Parshat Nitzavim 5776 by Rabbi Erin Glazer

MAZON Delivers a Special Sukkot Message About Hunger to the White House…

From More than 1,000 Jewish Campers!

A Thanksgiving Prayer

As we gather around the table we are grateful for the blessings of family, friendship and food that surround us this Thanksgiving.