Rebbetzin Judi Steinig works with communities throughout North America providing resources for communal growth as well as coordinating programming for various demographics. She has lectured in many venues on topics concerning women, family, parenting, and singles issues. She was Director of Programming for National Council of Young Israel prior to joining the OU and is an Instructor for Bellevue University. She graduated from Douglass College, Rutgers University with a BA in Mathematics.  She earned an MA in Leadership from Bellevue University and certificates in Non-for-Profit Management from Touro College, Desktop Publishing from Queens College and Life Coaching from Bellevue University.  She and her husband, Rabbi Sholom Steinig, of the Young Israel of Bayside, have four children and five grandchildren.