Rabbi Jason wears several hats…
Rabbi Jason is an entrepreneur, social media expert and a “Rabbi Without Borders”. As a popular and influential speaker, blogger and writer on technology and its effect on the Jewish world, he reaches hundreds of thousands. Rabbi Jason writes the “Jewish Techs” blog for The Jewish Week, the monthly “Jews in the Digital Age” column for the Detroit Jewish News and is a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post, JTA, The Jewish Daily Forward and The Times of Israel. Consistently ranked among the top Jewish Twitter users, the Detroit Free Press called him “the most tech savvy Jewish leader” and he was recognized during 2012 Social Media Week in NYC as one of the top ten Jewish influencers by the National Jewish Outreach Program.
Rabbi Jason Miller is the president of Access Computer Technology, a computer tech support and social media marketing company based in Michigan. He won the 2012 Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the West Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce and his company has been recognized by World ORT for its contributions in the field of technology. Rabbi Jason has worked on college campuses with Hillel and has gained a reputation as a pied piper with Jewish teens and twentysomethings. He can talk about sports and movies just as easily as he can talk about Torah and Jewish law. Rabbi Jason has been quoted in several national and international newspapers including the Wall Street Journal, the NY Times, Bloomberg, USA Today and the Washington Post. He has been a frequent guest on the “Mojo in the Morning” show in Detroit, Fox News and CNN.
Trained as a kosher supervisor, Rabbi Jason is the founder and director of Kosher Michigan — a kosher certification agency. He serves on the boards of several national and local organizations including the Jewish Outreach Institute, Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation, JARC, Kadima, Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit’s Family Circle and the Jewish Gay Network of Michigan. Rabbi Jason is an alum of the Rabbis Without Borders fellowship through Clal (The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership) and the STAR Foundation’s Professional Education for Excellence in Rabbis fellowship. In October 2013 he will participate in The Conversation, an annual retreat of Jewish leaders convened by Gary Rosenblatt, the editor of The Jewish Week.