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Rabbi Yoseph Vigler

Rabbi Yoseph Vigler was born in Cape Town, South Africa and raised in Springs, a small shtetl an hour from Johannesburg. Rabbi Vigler studied at Ateres Yisroel in Bayit Vegan, Yerushalayim, Kfar Chabad, Kollel in New York and then in Melbourne Australia. Rabbi Vigler received Smicha from the Chief Rabbinate in Eretz Yisroel and Shimush L’Rabbonus in various areas of Halacha. Rabbi Vigler is a proud father of nine children K”ah and is passionate about disseminating the teachings of the Baal Shem Tov and his students.

Rebbetzin Tzippy Vigler

Rebbetzin Tzippy Vigler was raised in Israel and in Brooklyn. Tzippy and Rabbi Yoseph Vigler are the proud parents of nine wonderful children. Tzippy is the Director of Yiddishe Otzros Playschool and enjoys spending time with children in a wholesome, productive environment. Tzippy is the Program Director of My Extended Family, combining academics with support for the emotional stability of children from single-parent homes. Tzippy is also the Coordinator of The Kiruv Hebrew School which meets weekly on Wednesdays where unaffiliated children learn and enjoy Davening and hands-on experiences, events and activities supporting the beauty of Yiddishkeit. Together with her husband, Rabbi Vigler, she is empowered to see Mayan Yisroel Center grow into an inspirational oasis sparking the soul of Yiddishkeit in Jewish society.

Avital Arieff

Avital (Tali) Arieff, LCSW, earned her degrees in Social Work from Touro College. She is the Clinical Director for My Extended Family. Tali has experience working with children as a Guidance Counselor at Masores Bais Yaakov and in private practice. She specializes in helping children overcome challenges in the areas of anxiety, behavior and family crises and issues. She also teaches High School Limuday Kodesh subjects. She lives with her husband and children in Brooklyn, NY.

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