Joining us on his birthday, Rabbi Scott Saulson has been around the world a few times…literally! Born in Michigan and raised in Miami Beach, Rabbi Saulson returned to his roots to earn his degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. After college he spent time in the Peace Corps in Micronesia (a group of islands in the western Pacific Ocean). He returned to the US to continue his education, earning an MA from Miami University, and then attending seminary at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati. Launching his rabbinic career, Rabbi Saulson served congregations in Israel, Guatemala and South Africa. Upon returning to the US, he became the Community Chaplain at Jewish Family & Career Services, serving them for 14 years. In 2007, Rabbi Saulson founded Moving Parents, an organization that “helps adult children and their parents get unstuck so they can move beyond where they ever imagined.” To find out more, please visit his website at www.movingparents.org. You can also reach him via telephone at (770) 335-2311.
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