Tampa Torah Academy
Meet our Administration
Rabbi Ariel Wohlfarth brings a wealth of teaching and administrative experience to Tampa Torah Academy together with his passion to teach Torah and to help each child fulfill their potential.
Originally from Los Angeles, Rabbi Wohlfarth studied in Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim in Jerusalem and graduated from Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim in New York after studying there for eleven years. The yeshiva follows the mussar traditions of the previous generations focusing on the uniqueness and potential of every Jew, ethical refinement, and critical thinking.
Rabbi Wohlfarth holds a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership as well as Teaching and Administration Certificates.
Rabbi Jeremy Rubenstein is an experienced teacher, instructor and outreach professional.
Originally from California’s San Fernando Valley, Rabbi Rubenstein spent over a decade in the East Coast studying in Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim in Queens, NY, earning his Semicha and developing a passion for giving back to the Jewish community. He holds a Masters Degree in Business as well as Teaching and Administration Certificates.
Rabbi Moshe Dear
Curriculum & Teacher Mentor
In his almost 40 years of teaching and school leadership, Rabbi Moshe Dear has earned a reputation for achieving academic excellence and teacher professional development. Rabbi Dear has presented educational workshops on a variety of topics related to classroom management, curriculum development, lesson planning and elements of instruction, and more. In 2013, he was recognized as a National Distinguished Principal in Washington, D. C. by the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) . Rabbi Dear currently is the founder of an educational consultant group called Impact-Ed Consulting and works with schools and educators across the country.
Ms. Holly Ruble
General Studies Curriculum Coordinator & 2nd Grade Teacher
Ms. Holly Ruble joins us from Naperville, Illinois and brings in 15+ years of teaching Language Arts, Social Studies, and Math. She earned a BA in Communication Arts and a MATC in Education. Ms. Ruble was a member on multiple district committees focusing on curriculum development, gifted appeals, and social emotional learning. She is a natural leader who is excited to share her passion for learning and education with staff and students at TTA.
Judiac Curriculum Coordinator & 6th/7th Grade Girls Teacher
Mrs. Sara Rabinowitz is excited to bring her experience and passion for education to Tampa. She has a dual masters in education and special education and has been a classroom teacher for the past 12 years. With experience teaching both Judaic and Secular Studies in a number of grades, she has been an incredible asset to the TTA team.
Morah Anne Bruno
Nursery Teacher & Assistant for Early Childhood
Morah Anne Bruno has over 25 years in the education field. She is a mother of two grown children and loves spending time with her family. She is passionate about early childhood and believes that instilling a love for learning begins at the preschool level. She seamlessly incorporates learning into a fun, play-based, loving environment. She also shares her artistic skill with her students creating beautiful projects that are student driven. In addition to teaching in the classroom, she runs a successful summer camp in Boca Raton, Florida.
Mrs. Hindy Clyde grew up in Queens NY where she spent many years volunteering and dedicating herself to the children of her local community. Mrs. Clyde holds three Masters degrees, including a dual Masters in Education and Special Education from Mercy College. She also is an experienced Wilson trained reading specialist. Mrs. Clyde has nurtured hundreds of children as a teacher in various classroom settings and grades helping each child reach their full potential. Mrs. Clyde has spent her past five summers directing a successful day camp of over four hundred children in Queens, New York. Mrs. Clyde loves using her unique abilities and experience to help the children in the Tampa Torah Academy family succeed and thrive.
Aliza Leiter, LMSW earned a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Touro College and a Master's Degree in Social Work from Wurzweiler School of Social Work. Aliza holds additional qualifications in working with victim of domestic violence and child and adult victims of sexual abuse, as well as certification in child and family welfare practice. Aliza has trained in various therapeutic modalities such as Person Centered Trauma Informed Care, cognitive behavioral therapy and brief strategic intervention. Aliza has past experience working with preschool through elementary age children in a school setting, children and families affected by illness, victims of domestic violence and adults suffering from mental illness. Originally from Los Angeles, Aliza has most recently worked as director of the Met Council Holocaust Survivor Program in New York City. Aliza has enjoyed supporting the social emotional development of Tampa Torah Academy students, and bringing her trademark warmth to the Nursery classroom.
Mrs. Leah Stulbeger
Elementary School Teacher
Mrs. Leah Stulberger brings a myriad of experiences to the students of Tampa Torah Academy. For the past decade, Mrs. Stulberger has been working in both the general and special education settings helping students in early childhood and elementary school grow and learn. Mrs. Stulberger holds a Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology and worked for the New York Department of Education teaching students for the past 5 years. She is excited to continue using her skills and experiences while teaching the students of Tampa Torah Academy and help them thrive both socially/emotionally and academically.
Mrs. Elisheva Flom
4th & 5th Grade
Mrs. Flom taught in a high school in London for 5 years. She ran the extra curricular programs and arranged the schools yearly production. She also studied dressmaking and design in London academy of dressmaking and design. Additionally, she taught grades 9-11 for the city and guilds sewing qualification. She most recently taught 1st grade at TTA and looks forward to bring her warmth and experience to the 4th and 5th classroom.
Mrs. Tzivia Wohlfarth
6th Grade English Teacher
Mrs. Tzivia Wohlfarth brings in years of teaching experience as well as a passion for English and Language Arts to Tampa Torah Academy. She has a Bachelors in Liberal Arts as well as a Masters in Accounting including being a CPA. Mrs. Tzivia Wohlfarth is excited to teach at Tampa Torah Academy helping the students reach their fullest potential, and to help them build a passion for English and Language Arts.