Rabbi Aderet Drucker

Rabbi Aderet Drucker is a trailblazing social entrepreneur, innovative spiritual leader, and dynamic educator. Rabbi Drucker serves as the Executive Director of the Den Collective, building a unique model for intentional community building and true belonging with 20s-40s throughout the Jewish community of the Greater Washington area. After receiving her rabbinic ordination and concentration in pastoral care from the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, Rabbi Drucker served as senior rabbi for a congregation in Northern California. As the Campus Rabbi for Maryland Hillel at the University of Maryland, she served on UMD’s Interfaith Campus Chaplaincy where she co-founded UMD’s first Interfaith Student Fellowship. Rabbi Drucker integrates her expertise in relational community organizing, pastoral care, and mindfulness practices into her holistic approach to leading the Den as well as to facilitating trainings for organizational boards and professionals seeking to impact systemic change within their communities. Rabbi Drucker holds a certificate in Mindful Leadership in Higher Education from NYU’s Of Many Institute for Multifaith Leadership, is an AJWS Global Justice Fellow, and a fellow of RRC’s Campus Chaplaincy for a Multifaith World. Rabbi Drucker enjoys traveling to new places, reading by the water, cooking new recipes, and spontaneous dance parties at home with her husband, Brett, and their two daughters.

Articles by Rabbi Aderet Drucker

Elohai Netzor: The Gift of Spaciousness in Prayer

This additional paragraph recited at the conclusion of the Amidah was one of a number of personal meditations the ancient rabbis would recite.