OneTable, welcome your new Cincinnati Community Ambassador, Ari Rubin!

Ari has been passionate about growing the young professional Jewish community for over ten years as he’s served as a Campus Engagement Intern for Hillel, piloted and lived in the first Moishe House pod, and also plans monthly events with Chabad Young Professionals and Moishe House Without Walls. Ari grew up in northern New Jersey, went to Cornell University, and moved to Cincinnati, Ohio in March 2020 after time in Charlotte, North Carolina. Ari works full time in sports and entertainment food and beverage operations, and during his free time, he enjoys powerlifting, hanging out with friends, watching sports, listening to EDM, and riding his bike.

Ari Rubin Staff Photo

What does Shabbat dinner mean to you?

Community, rest & relaxation, and a lot of great food!

What one food are you bringing to a deserted island?

Hot dogs!

What’re you most looking forward to doing in this role?

Further engaging current community members along with meeting new people and welcoming them into the community.

What is your favorite challah and can you bake it?

I leave that up to the professionals and always compliment their amazing capabilities!

Ask me about…

How you can get involved in the young professional Jewish community in Cincinnati and beyond!

Create your own OneTable Shabbat dinner plans this week!

OneTable empowers people who don’t yet have a consistent Shabbat dinner practice to build one that feels authentic, sustainable, and valuable. The OneTable community is funded to support people (21-39ish), not in undergraduate studies, and without an existing weekly Shabbat practice, looking to find and share this powerful experience.

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