The heart of Mesivta Netzach Hatorah is our faculty – distinguished Rebbeim and teachers who are deeply committed to the spiritual and intellectual growth of their students and serve as important mentors to set our students on the path to success.
Rabbi Yitzchok Yurman
Born in Far Rockaway and raised in Monsey, NY, Rabbi Yitzchok Yurman learned in Yeshiva Sha’ar Hatorah in Queens. He continued his learning in Eretz Yisroel for many years in Bais Hatalmud and the Mir. It was during these years that Rabbi Yurman cultivated life-long relationships with his rebbeim, HaRav Ezra Rodkin, HaRav Yisroel Glustein, and HaRav Reuven Leuchter. He received smicha from HaRav Nissim Karelitz zt”l and holds a bachelor’s in Psychology from Touro College. Rabbi Yurman gained years of experience working with teens as Av Bayis at Ohr Yerushalayim and as a rebbe in Yeshivas Neveh Zion. He then served as mashgiach in Yeshiva Aderes HaTorah (Rabbi Senter’s). After returning to America, Rabbi Yurman continued as a rebbe, while transitioning into administration by becoming Assistant Principal in Gesher Yehuda and PTACH, before joining the mesivta as menahel in its inaugural year.
Rabbi Baruch Noy
General Studies Principal
Rabbi Baruch Noy has been an educational administrator and classroom teacher for over a decade. His varied administrative background includes supervisory roles pertaining to managing faculty, curriculum and instruction, as well as budgeting and business operations. Having helped two newly-formed high schools create policies and infrastructure, Rabbi Noy has also helped steer schools towards accreditation with recognized accreditation bodies. Most recently, Rabbi Noy was an administrator at HAFTR, overseeing faculty and curriculum as well as government funds and grants. He helped HAFTR High School establish unique courses and grow course offerings in an impactful way. While in his role as Director of STEM Education, HAFTR has become the premier STEM Education program among Jewish day schools nationally. Beyond his role at HAFTR, Rabbi Noy is also a lead consultant for the Consortium of Jewish Day Schools, having helped schools with infrastructure, curriculum, and professional development In this role, he has directly impacted more than 50 schools over the past few years. Rabbi Noy also helped establish the innovative and unique Certificate in Educational Technology Coaching for Yeshiva Day Schools at Touro University (formerly Touro College), where he is an Adjunct Professor in the program. Rabbi Noy completed a Master’s Degree in Education, focusing on Curriculum and Instruction, at California State University while living in California and working in schools there. Currently Rabbi Noy is a Doctoral Candidate in the Doctorate of Educational Leadership program at Azrieli Graduate School of Education. He received Semicha in Eretz Yisroel after many years of learning in Yeshivos there. Rabbi Noy lives in Woodmere with his wife – also a school principal – and family.
Rabbi Yoni Mitteldorf
S’gan Menahel - 9th Grade Rebbe
Rabbi Yitzy Stern
10th Grade Rebbe
Rabbi Yitzy Stern was born and raised in Flatbush where he learned in Yeshivas Tiferes
Yisroel (Chofetz Chaim of Flatbush). After high school, He spent close to ten years
learning in Eretz Yisroel, mostly in the Mir under his rebbe, HaRav Elimelech Resnick
shlit”a. During his Kollel years in the Mir, Rabbi Stern served as a shoel u’meishiv in
Yeshivas Merkaz HaTorah. Rabbi Stern spends his summers in Camp Agudah, where he has been a learningrebbe and division head for many years.
Rabbi Mendy Edelstein
11th Grade Rebbe
Born in Los Angeles, Rabbi Mendy Edelstein spent his formative years in Brooklyn. He learned in Torah Temimah under HaRav Shlomo Feivel Shustal and then in Yeshivas Mir under HaRav Asher Arieli. He received semicha from the Badatz Eida Chareidus as well as the Rabbanut. Rabbi Edelstein began his chinuch career as a rebbe in Yeshiva Gedolah Ateres Yaakov before joining the Mesivta in 2018. For the past decade, Rabbi Edelstein has directed Camp Munk’s teen division. Alongside his teaching in the Mesivta, Rabbi Edelstein is also a practicing marriage and family therapist.
Rabbi Dovid Feiler
12th Grade Rebbe
Rabbi Dovid Feiler grew up in Montreal and spent his formative years learning in the world-renowned Yeshiva of Phildaelphia, where he forged lifelong relationships with his rebbeim, HaRav Hagaon Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky shlit”a and HaRav Shimon Yehuda Svei shlit”a. He then went on to learn by Rav Dovid Soloveitchick in Eretz Yisroel. After getting married, Rabbi Feiler learned in Yeshivas Mir under HaRav Asher Arielli and later in Beis Medresh Govoha in Lakewood. A resident of Lakewood, New Jersey, Rabbi Feiler served as a 7 th grade rebbe at Yeshiva Ketana of Long Island for 5 years before joining the Netzach HaTorah family this year. During the summer, Rabbi Feiler is the associate head counselor at Camp Simcha and Camp Simcha Special. Rabbi Feiler also works year-round for Chai Lifeline’s Volunteer Department.
Rabbi Ahron Rosenthal
Rabbi Ahron Rosenthal served on the senior leadership of Yachad, an agency under the OU (Orthodox Union) where he focused on the national and international efforts of the organization’s development, marketing, programmatic and outreach initiatives. Before joining the OU in 2016, Rabbi Rosenthal spent 10 years as an administrator at Yeshiva Har Torah in Queens, NY, and in addition was the Assistant Director at the Consortium of Jewish Day Schools. He has presented extensively to hundreds of principals, schools and educators of all backgrounds across the United States and Canada, on best practices in educational models. In 2010, Rabbi Rosenthal joined the team that launched Camp Kaylie and continues to play an integral part on their leadership team. With his experience and knowledge of marketing and communications, Ahron has guided many nonprofits and businesses in effectively reaching their target market and successfully crafting their strategic models. Rabbi Rosenthal was a representative in the Day School Collaboration Network through the UJA, and is a graduate of the ELAI program through Bar-Ilan University and The Lookstein Foundation. He attended SUNY in Westbury, majoring in History and holds a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Bellevue University as well as a Master’s degree in Marketing from Yeshiva University’s Sy Syms School of Business. Rabbi Rosenthal recieved his semicha from Rav Zalman Nechemia Goldberg.
Rabbi Yisroel Munk
Rabbi Yechezkel Rodkin
Rabbi Yitzchok Young
Dr. Steven Plotnick
Mrs. Miriam Vegh
Director of Operation
Ms. Jenna Lipman
Mesivta Netzach HaTorah
111 Irving Place
Woodmere, NY 11598
Phone: (516) 374-6777
Fax: (516) 384-6776