Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is an American Orthodox Rabbi, author, TV host and public speaker. Rabbi Shmuley, “America’s Rabbi,” whom The Washington Post and Newsweek call “the most famous Rabbi in America,” whom The Jerusalem Post lists as one of the fifty most influential Jews in the world, and whom The New York Observer calls “the best-known Orthodox Jew in the world,” is one of the world’s leading values and spirituality exponents and relationship experts. His 29 books have been best sellers throughout the world and have been translated into 20 languages. Rabbi Shmuley is also the founder of the Jewish Values Network, educating mainstream America in traditional Jewish ideals, and regularly appears in global TV including guest appearances on the Oprah Winfrey show, radio, and print media including the Wall Street Journal and Jerusalem Post. Rabbi Shmuley is married to his Australian wife, Debbie, and they have nine children and two grandchild. Rabbi Shmuley first came to world attention through his founding of the Oxford University L’Chaim Society, an organization of Oxford students that within three years of its founding in 1988 had become the second largest student organization in Oxford ‘s history. At the University, where Rabbi Shmuley served as Rabbi to the students for eleven years, Rabbi Shmuley is founder of This World: The Values Network, an international organization dedicated to advancing universal Jewish values in the media and culture, and to affirming the Jewish people as a light unto the nations. This World regularly hosts world leaders and personalities debating and discussing the great values issues of our time before audiences of thousands.