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Rabbi Alan Wilkinson
Rabbi Alan Wilkinson has been involved in communal activities since his student days.
Rabbi Wilkinson studied Liberal Arts at Harvard University, where he also had the opportunity to learn from Rabbi Isadore Twerski ztl and Rav J.B. Soloveichik ztl. At Leicester University, where he studied Law, he established a Hillel House for the Jewish students. Additionally, he studied at the London School of Economics, the College of Law and the University of Greenwich. During this time Rabbi Wilkinson and his wife, Ruth were the child and youth directors of Mill Hill Synagogue. Rabbi Wilkinson is a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales (non-practising). On being admitted as a solicitor, he worked in private practice, before becoming the Director of Legal Affairs and Compliance for a London Stock Exchange listed financial services company. More recently he has been involved in education and training, heading the Law School at a London University and currently being the Senior External Examiner at the University of Law.
Communally, Rabbi Wilkinson has been involved in education both formally and informally. He has been a United Synagogue Youth Officer, Head Teacher at Chedarim and a Kodesh teacher at several primary schools. He has also worked within the Kashrus Department at the United Synagogue, most notably ensuring the Kashrus of Kensington Palace for VIP events.
Rabbi Wilkinson was awarded his smicha in 2014. He joined the Chaplaincy Team at Great Ormond Street Hospital in 2015 and North Middlesex Hospital in 2018. He enjoys writing and regularly contributes divrei Torah to a range of publications.
Rabbi Wilkinson is married to Ruth, who has taught in Jewish schools for over 35 years, most recently as the Deputy Headteacher at Mathilda Marks Kennedy School. They have two children and six grandchildren (and a dog).”
Married with two married children,Tina has been a marketing consultant for many years latterly specialising in the Jewish not-for-profit sector. Tina is also a trustee of one charity and a member of the Executive Committee of another.
Married with three children one of whom is also married, Malcolm is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Advisor and has been involved in shul finances for over 25 years. He also holds a private pilot’s licence.