|Jill Jacobs is the Rabbi in residence of the Jewish Funds for Justice and the author of "There Shall be no Needy: Pursuing Social Justice through Jewish Law and Tradition," to be published by Jewish Lights in the spring of 2009. She has been voted to The Forward newspaper's list of fifty influential Jews, and to The Jewish Week's list of "thirty -six under thirty-six." She writes for a number of publications and websites, including Conservative Judaism, Tikkun, The Reconstructionist, and The Forward. A 2003 graduate of JTS, Jacobs has been a champion of social justice issues since her student days and later as education director at the Jewish Council for Urban Affairs.|
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