Rabbi Yosef Alt grew up in Buffalo, New York, and is a Kadimah alumnus.
He attended Ner Israel Yeshiva in Baltimore, spent two years studying at the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem, and taught at the Atlanta Scholars Kollel for 4 years
He currently serves as the Rabbi at Golf Manor Synagogue in Cincinnati.
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