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The Big Elephant is Rabbi Tzvi Gluckin. He is the author of three great books: The Glue Factor: The Sticky Secret of Campus Recruiting, Everything You Want Is Really Jewish, and the soon to be released Discover This. He served in the Israeli Army, holds a B.M. in Jazz Studies from the New England Conservatory of Music, and received his rabbinical ordination from Rabbi Noah Weinberg at Aish HaTorah in Jerusalem. From 2001-2009 he was the director of Aish Campus in Boston, a university-centered Jewish educational organization. He now runs Vechulai, an innovative Jewish think tank. He currently lives in Boston with his wife and children. For more information, visit his website at www.gluckin.com.
Sam the Turtle is Rabbi Shimon Apisdorf. He is an award-winning author whose books have been read by hundreds of thousands of people around the world. He has gained a worldwide reputation for his ability to extract the essence of classical Jewish wisdom and show how it can be relevant to issues facing the mind, heart and soul in today's world. Shimon grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and studied at the University of Cincinnati, Telshe Yeshiva of Cleveland, and Aish HaTorah in Jerusalem. He currently resides with his wife, Miriam, and their children in Baltimore.
Snake Eyes McGee is Micah Smith, he produces the great Video Elephants. Micah is an award winning filmmaker producing short films, educational films, documentaries, and promotional videos. His films have screened in over 40 film festivals on 5 continents. Micah produces promotional videos and educational films for a variety of clients including Aish.com, Nefesh B'Nefesh, and JerusalemOnlineUniversity.com. You can see more of Micah's work at www.shooteast.com.
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