A social entrepreneur, Rabbi Adam Grossman was ordained in 2008 from HUC-JIR and has been at the forefront of groundbreaking and nationally recognized initiatives to engage Jews with meaning, practice, and action. He was Associate Rabbi at Temple Israel in Memphis, Tennessee from 2008-2014, and co-founded Convue, an online system to help relationship-focused professionals enhance their customer connections. He was selected as a Clal Rabbis Without Borders Fellow in 2013. Hired as the new CEO at the University of Florida Hillel in July 2014, he continues to rethink old paradigms by illustrating new ways to anchor Judaism in individual?s lives. His inspiration comes from his family ? his wife, Amy, three children - ages 8, 6, and nearly one year - and his dogs, a Dalmatian and Greyhound.