Rabbi Aaron Marsh has had extensive experience serving Jewish communities both before and after his 2018 ordination from the pluralistic Academy for Jewish Religion in Yonkers. His experience includes being a Jewish educator, shaliach tzibbur and ba-al korei, a variety of synagogue lay and professional leadership roles, and being a Boy Scout leader (having earned Eagle Scout himself in one of the oldest Jewish Scout troops in the nation).
He previously served as a congregational rabbi in Oceanside, as well as upstate in Rochester. Rabbi Marsh also holds a MA in Jewish Studies and a Certificate in Judaism and Science from the Academy for Jewish Religion and sits on the board of its alumni/professional association, the Association of Rabbis and Cantors.
In his pre-rabbinical life, he was a software engineer, designing systems to notify citizens of emergencies, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics from Rochester Institute of Technology. He is also an aficionado of science fiction, rollerblading, and terrible puns.