|Rabbi Allen Krause
Rabbi Krause , BA, BAHL, MAHL, D.D., has a long history in academia and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Comparative Religions Department at California State University, Fullerton. He has been a full-time congregational rabbi for thirty years, has written extensively on the role played by southern rabbis in the civil rights movement, and has had various articles published on the subject. Rabbi Krause has been active in the National Conference for Community and Justice for over thirty years, and has served as president of the Orange County Board of Rabbis as well as the Pacific Association of Reform Rabbis. He will soon hold a position on the Executive Board of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, and was honored by the Orange County Bureau of Jewish Education with an award for a lifetime of teaching excellence. He is the founder of the Orange County Religious Diversity Fair, as well as a national rabbinic organization which worked to rescue the Jews of Ethiopia in the 1980s.