About The Rabbi

Rabbi Shraga Mann grew up in Oak Park, Michigan, where his father has served as a Chabad Rabbi for over Twenty Five years. He attended high school at Yeshivas Lubavitch in Michigan. In 2000, he attended Yeshiva Gedola - a rabbinical college in Miami, Florida. He received his rabbinic ordination at the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, NJ, from former chief Rabbi of Israel, famly for web.JPGRabbi Mordechai Eliyahu, and leading Chabad Rabbis from Israel and America. Upon completion of his studies, Rabbi Mann taught in the Boys Yeshiva in Monsey, and conducted after-school programs for elementary school children.  
Rabbi Mann also served as a student intern providing educational programs and holiday events for the Jewish community in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He visited countries throughout South America where he was involved in Jewish educational programs. He also directed overnight children's camps in Argentina, Moscow, Tucson, Arizona and Kalkaska, Michigan.
Mrs. Devorah Leah Mann was raised in Chicago, Illinois where her father has served as the dean of a Jewish day school for over twenty years. 
Devorah Leah studied at the Lubavitch Girls High School in Chicago, and spent two years in advanced studies in Bournmouth, England. 

Devorah Leah returned to her home town to teach Jewish studies to elementary school children. She then moved to Stamford, Connecticut where she worked for the Chabad House and was successful in implementing many holiday and study programs for the Jewish community there.
She has been a counselor and an activity director for camps, most notably the Jewish Day Camp in Palm City, Florida. She has spent the last few years teaching preschool children of various ages in Stamford.
Devorah Leah’s enthusiasm and devotion to teaching, along  with her love for children make her a perfect complement to this dynamic team.