Rabbi Brian Fink is one of the staff members of the Wechsler Center for Modern Aging at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan. He leads the Engage@Wechsler program, an initiative that recruits and empowers older adult volunteers to find meaning and community as they re-envision what it means to age with dignity and purpose. After growing up in Cleveland, Brian attended college at Tulane University in New Orleans, then lived in New York as a participant in the Avodah:Jewish Service Corps, working at the Urban Justice Center in Manhattan. While attending the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College (RRC) in Philadelphia, Brian had many internships in congregational, campus, chaplaincy, and social justice settings. After graduating from RRC in 2011, he served as the Rabbinic Fellow at Cornell University Hillel. Brian and his wife, Aileen, and two children live in Park Slope, Brooklyn.