Rabbi Danson has served in many facets of the larger Jewish community. He is a past president of Midwest Association of Reform Rabbis, served on faculty at OSRUI, the URJ camp in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, and was a vice-president of the Wisconsin Council of Rabbis. Since he left Wisconsin he has been training in Clinical Pastoral Education programs and is now a board eligible chaplain. His last chaplaincy rotation was on the palliative care unit at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. He is also completing a Doctor of Ministry in pastoral counseling at Hebrew Union College in New York.
Rabbi Danson is delighted to be beginning a new chapter as the rabbi of TBI and to be back among the ‘Frozen Chosen.’ He is particularly moved by the rich Jewish life that the congregation has established in the Lakes Region of NH and their dedication to community service. He is married to Dr. Julie Luks and they have three children, Ben (Sasha), Eli, and Leah. They live in Huntington, NY.