Meet the Team
Rabbi Eitan Webb co-founded the Chabad House in 2002, with his wife Gitty. He has been a Jewish Chaplain at Princeton University since 2007. In addition to his Princeton activities, Eitan serves on the board of directors of the Chabad on Campus International Foundation, and of the Sinai Scholars Society.
Gitty Webb co-directs the Scharf Family Chabad House at Princeton University with her husband, Rabbi Eitan Webb. On campus, Gitty is the founder and director of the JOTS program and the BANOT society. Globally, Gitty is a director of Met At Chabad, a matchmaking technology platform for Chabad professionals. She is also a founder of the Ashreinu Society which offers programming for women who serve as Chabad House directors. She is a past chair of the Chabad on Campus International Conference. Gitty is the mother of 6 children who all help out at the Chabad House.
Rabbi Bentzion Brook joined Princeton University Chabad in 2015 as the co-director of graduate education. Rabbi Bentzi was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He studied at the Chabad yeshivos in England and Israel, where he spent his days immersed in Judaic studies, with specific interests in Talmud and Jewish philosophy. Before coming to Princeton, Rabbi Bentzi taught Talmud at the Chabad yeshivos in Detroit and Cholon, Israel. After his marriage to Chaya, he spent a year in kollel focusing on his Rabbinic studies. He has spent his summers in places like Canada, Russia, and Central Africa, serving the religious needs of the local Jewish communities. He is motivated by the Rebbe's vision that every individual Jew matters. He, together with his wife Chaya and their three children, are excited to work with the graduate community.
Chaya Brook joined Princeton University Chabad in 2015 as the co-director of graduate education. She was born and raised in Montreal, Canada where she graduated with honors from Beth Rivka Academy. Before joining Chabad at Princeton University, she traveled the states on behalf of Chabad International teaching and guiding young Jewish children. She then went to Tzfat, Israel where she was a mentor at a Chabad women's seminary. In her free time she enjoys cooking, painting and playing the piano. She takes delight in inviting and hosting guests. She, together with her husband Bentzi and their three children, are excited to work with the graduate community.