Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky was raised in Long Island New York, the quietest of six boys (no girls; it didn’t work out well with the rooms). He graduated Jewish Day school before studying in Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim and Yeshiva Heichal Hatorah. He received his smicha in 1983 by HaRav Avraham Kopshitz zt”l, former Rav of Neve Zvi.For nine years he was the Long Island director of NCSY (National Conference of Synagogue Youth) developing a region that had only one member to an organization of 1200 teens and pre-teens involved in Torah activities.He made aliyah with his family in 1988 and served as the mashgiach ruchani in Yeshiva Ohr David for five years. He has taught in the Discovery Seminar, Aish Hatorah Fellowships and Yeshiva Ohr Somayach,is currently on the staff of Darchei Binah Seminary and Neve Yerushalayim college for women as well as other yeshivos and seminaries. He has lectured for almost twenty years in the Ohr LaGolah Rabbinical training institute.Rabbi Orlofsky is a popular lecturer internationally where his combination of humor, novel insights and inspiration touch the lives of thousands. Even more listen to his recorded shiuim distributed by the Moshe Yehuda Institute.Rabbi Orlofsky has appeared regularly on radio programs in Israel and his articles have been published regularly, included several years as the chinuch columnist in the Hamodiah. His book “The Last Book you read before You Assimilate” described as “a book on Judaism for people who don’t want to read a book on Judaism” is awaiting publication.The Orlofskys live in Yerushalayim with their children and grandchildren.