Esther Ilana Rabi

Esther Ilana Rabi

Originally from Los Angeles, Esther Rabi now lives in Yerushalayim with her husband, who learns in the Mir, and those of their ten kids that aren’t married yet. Also, two cats, two hedgehogs and an assortment of fish. She’s an alumna of Neve Yerushalayim, Gateshead (old sem) and Michlalah. In addition to writing for Mishpacha, she translates and edits for Artscroll and mentors students writing their Bachelor’s theses. In her “me” time, she studies Tehillim and plays trombone and Scrabble®.

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