Rabbi Shulman is Spiritual Leader of the Young Israel of St. Louis, Saint Louis’ premier family oriented modern Orthodox Synagogue. Devoting his efforts to advancing the educational depth of the Saint Louis community, in addition to his Rabbinic duties and the many weekly shiurim, Rabbi Shulman has also served as the Founding Dean of Yeshivat Kadimah High School and Interim Head of School of Epstein Hebrew Academy in Saint Louis. Rabbi Shulman has taught extensively throughout his career, both in formal and informal educational frameworks.

His previous positions include Rabbi of Shaarei Shomayim Congregation in Toronto, teacher at Ulpanat Orot Bnai Akiva High School in Toronto, and lecturer for Mekorot Advanced Torah for Women. Rabbi Shulman holds Rabbinic Ordination from the Jerusalem Chief Rabbinate, a B.Sc. in Computer Software Engineering from the Jerusalem College of Technology, and a Teacher’s Degree from the Sha’alvim Teacher’s College. He studied Tanach /Bible with Israel’s leading Bible scholars at Herzog Teacher’s College, Jewish Education at Touro College’s Master’s program in Jewish Education in Jerusalem under Nechama Leibowitz, and Milah under the Chief Mohel of Jerusalem, Yosef Halpern, of blessed memory. He is a member of the St. Louis Rabbinical Council, the Rabbinical Council of America, and the Chicago Rabbinical Council.