Josh joined the faculty of the Teton Science Schools’ graduate program in 2006, training adults as environmental educators and naturalists. He is currently the Coordinator of the Kelly Campus, focusing on connecting people to nature and place through field education. Josh is passionate about the Jackson Hole Jewish Community, a place where his wife Kalen and their daughter Reviva have found their Jewish family in Wyoming. He has taught Bet Sefer since moving to Jackson in 2006. Recently, he has helped a number of Jackson Hole Jewish Community youth with their B’nai Mitzvah. Josh explores spirituality and expresses his passion through community, wilderness, education, Judaism and baking challah.

Josh Kleyman

Lay Rabbi, Bet Sefer teacher, Staff