Our Team

Nachum Segal
Host/Executive Producer/President

Nachum Segal has been the host of JM in the AM, Jewish Moments in the Morning, since September 1983....

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Nachum Segal
Host/Executive Producer/President

Nachum Segal has been the host of JM in the AM, Jewish Moments in the Morning, since September 1983. A graduate of Yeshiva College, Nachum began his radio career at Yeshiva University’s on-campus radio station, WYUR, in 1981. During his senior year, Nachum was to assume leadership of Jewish programming at WFMU Radio (91.1FM) quickly propelling Nachum and his career to a path of success and prominence in the broadcast and Jewish community.

Nachum’s career at WFMU began on Erev Rosh Hashanah 1983 and immediately incorporated much of his successful college radio style into the morning program, named JM in the AM. Since then the show has grown to a point of overwhelming popularity around the world. Interviews with government officials, community leaders, authors and newsmakers are featured on a regular basis. For three decades, listeners and fans have shared personal anecdotes and moving stories demonstrating the impact Nachum and his program have had on their lives. Nachum’s seamless presentation of music, news and community events accompanies tens of thousands of listeners through their morning routine, and many comment how they begin their day with the playing of Regesh’s “Modeh Ani,” the program’s intro for almost 30 years. Today JM in the AM has listeners in every corner of the world and Nachum Segal is a household name in the international Jewish community.

JM in the AM has been a constant of Jewish life in the NY metropolitan area for a generation.Often referred to as the “Voice of Klal Yisrael,” Nachum’s warmth, sincerity and overall gentle personality have helped him develop a loyal following and an enthusiastic audience. Nachum’s passion for important causes and his longevity has propelled JM in the AM to be regarded asthe radio program of record in the Jewish world. Nachum’s interviews regarding current events are considered must listen radio for many in the community. He is widely known as one of the few in radio to analyze and probe issues from the perspective of the Jewish world. As a result, influential members of the political world – from Ambassadors to Senators to Chevrei Knesset – have sought time on the air and joined Nachum in the studio.

Often the first to step-up and help in moments of crisis, Nachum has been at the forefront of numerous Jewish causes and continues to be an inspiration for Jewish activism. During the recent Operation Pillar of Defense in Israel and the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy on the East coast, Nachum again demonstrated his leadership and passion by highlighting conversations with key people, analysts and organizations. In addition, he directed his audience how to help others in need, provided chizuk to his listeners and visited the devastated areas as a sign of solidarity and commitment.

Because of his worldwide appeal, Nachum has served as Master of Ceremonies for major New York area concerts in prominent venues and makes celebrity appearances at numerous well-known events. He has hosted radio shows in Israel and in many parts of the USA. In celebration of his 30th year on the air he is planning an international radio tour – the “30in30@30″- with broadcasts worldwide.

After years of simulcasting JM in the AM on WFMU and on the web stream, Nachum ambitiously launched The Nachum Segal Network in September 2012. Determined to provide quality original programming to his international audience in the same format as his successful morning radio program, the network combines Jewish music and talk that is entertaining, innovative and informative. A first for  the Jewish world, The Nachum Segal Network has been warmly received by listeners across the world. From Israeli politics to family values to issues facing today’s teens, the Network’s programming reaches all and meets the needs of listeners everywhere.

Miriam L. Wallach
General Manager/ Host: That’s Life

Miriam L. Wallach, M.S.ed, M.A. is the General Manager of The Nachum Se...

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Miriam L. Wallach
General Manager/ Host: That’s Life

Miriam L. Wallach, M.S.ed, M.A. is the General Manager of The Nachum Segal Network.

She began her career with NSN six years ago as a host and producer before being named GM. A frequent contributor on FOX Business and blogger for CNBC, Miriam is also a media consultant and hosts the radio program “That’s Life” (Thurs @10:30amET,www.nachumsegal.com), named for her successful newspaper column and blog. Miriam has proudly served as a lay leader mentor in Yeshiva University’s Presidential Fellowship Program, dedicated to guiding and fostering the next generation of Jewish leaders.

A self-proclaimed gym rat and foodie, Miriam and her husband are the proud parents of six wonderful children and live on Long Island.

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Mayer Fertig
Contributor: Bite Size

Mayer Fertig is chief communications officer of the American Committee for Shaare Zedek Medical Cent...

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Mayer Fertig
Contributor: Bite Size

Mayer Fertig is chief communications officer of the American Committee for Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem (acsz.org). In the past he has served as chief of communications at the Orthodox Union and in a senior communications role at Yeshiva University. In an earlier phase of his career he was a journalist and news executive for both print and broadcast.

Mayer has been heard on the air and worked behind the scenes in radio, television and print in the New York metro area since age 19, when he became a regular volunteer substitute on JM in the AM, which is heard weekday mornings and on-demand on the Nachum Segal Network app and nachumsegal.com. Besides Nachum, himself, Mayer is the only member of the JM in the AM staff to ever work in radio as a full-time job. He also worked as a per-diem television news writer in the New York market for about a year, just to prove to himself that he could do it.

Later, as publisher and editor-in-chief of The Jewish Star, a weekly newspaper based on Long Island, Mayer led the production of high-quality journalism covering the Orthodox community. A competing Jewish publication called him a “courageous editor” for the Star’s groundbreaking coverage of child sexual abuse and other sensitive topics. Earlier, he was the managing editor of WCBS Newsradio 880 in New York City.

As a recent college grad in the early 1990s, Mayer anchored the morning news on half-a-dozen small radio stations across New Jersey and New York’s Rockland County. A gospel station in Trenton, N.J. was a particularly amusing favorite; at the end of each newscast, the disk jockey would say, “God bless you, Brother!” During that time Mayer also anchored newscasts twice each afternoon on what was then known as “The Nachum Segal Show.” However, Nachum invariably failed to say, “God bless you, Brother!” at the conclusion of Mayer’s report.

Mayer and two friends founded Hatzalah of Union County to serve the Elizabeth-Hillside community, an experience that taught them that no good deed goes unpunished. Despite this, he serves on the board of JewInTheCity.com and of his shul, where he can be found standing outside the shul several times a month as a member of the security committee.

Mayer earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism at Brooklyn College where — much more significantly — he and his future wife, Chani Bergman, first met. Today, neither recalls much of the material taught in ‘People, Power and Politics,’ where they met, or in the Greek Classics course they subsequently attended together. Despite seeing the same pediatrician from infancy and even attending the same shul while growing up in Flatbush, the couple had never formally met. They married in 1992 and have three children. Chani is a nurse. They currently live in Teaneck, N.J.

Avrumi Finkelstein
Managing Director/ Engineer/ Host: Saturday Night Segal and Wednesday Live Lunch

Abraham Finkelstein, NSN Managing Director has been part of the NSN/working in Nachum Segal’s radi...

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Avrumi Finkelstein
Managing Director/ Engineer/ Host: Saturday Night Segal and Wednesday Live Lunch

Abraham Finkelstein, NSN Managing Director has been part of the NSN/working in Nachum Segal’s radio & internet world for just over 9 years. His bachelor’s degrees in philosophy and professional studies, as well as his masters degree in acupuncture have served well to enhance his behind the scenes role in a wide array of vital capacities. He also is the host of Saturday Night Segal, the weekly Saturday night program at the network and has been a regular go-to guest host whenever a situation requires.

Michael Fragin
Host: Spin Class Politics with Michael Fragin

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Michael Fragin
Host: Spin Class Politics with Michael Fragin
Jordan B. Gorfinkel
Contributor: Bite Size

JORDAN B. GORFINKEL (aka “Gorf”) is a veteran comic book editor & writer, newspaper cartoon...

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Jordan B. Gorfinkel
Contributor: Bite Size

JORDAN B. GORFINKEL (aka “Gorf”) is a veteran comic book editor & writer, newspaper cartoonist and music & video producer, as well as the proud father of four children.

As a DC Comics editor for nearly a decade, Jordan B. Gorfinkel was front and center in a 400% growth of the Batman franchise, including an explosion of licensed products and the successful development of Warner Bros.’ Batman animated television series and film franchise. He masterminded “No Man’s Land,” which was serialized weekly in every mainstream Batman periodical for one entire calendar year; “No Man’s Land” was the inspiration for the acclaimed film “Batman Begins.” He also created BIRDS OF PREY, the longest running superhero comic starring women since Wonder Woman; BIRDS OF PREY was developed into the 2002 WB TV network series.

As a cartoonist, Gorfinkel writes and illustrates EVERYTHING’S RELATIVE, the weekly newspaper comic-strip published internationally, from America to Israel to Germany, that DreamWorksSKG called “a wonderful idea.” In 2007, the new Munich Jewish Museum commissioned a series of “Everything’s Relative” cartoons to be featured in their permanent exhibition. Gorfinkel is the first cartoonist in the world to be so honored in a Jewish museum.

In film, Gorfinkel served as a founding “superfellow” of Jewish Impact Films, working alongside Hollywood producers, directors and writers from “The Simpsons,” “Desperate Housewives” and “Shrek 2” to guide over two dozen film students from America and abroad to write, shoot and postproduce 50 short films.

In music, Gorfinkel is a producer and performer of eight independent music CD releases including “Voices For Israel,” the acclaimed Jewish “We Are the World” charity benefit. He has performed all over the globe, including at the White House Chanukah celebration — an event immortalized as the “Moment Of Zen” on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show Starring Jon Stewart.”

Gorfinkel has developed a library of over 50 original entertainment IPs with his studio, AVALANCHE COMICS ENTERTAINMENT, with more being created every day.

Charlie Harary
Host: Unlocking Greatness, The Boardroom and The Book of Life

Charlie Harary is a prolific speaker who has traveled all over the country and abroad speaking for ...

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Charlie Harary
Host: Unlocking Greatness, The Boardroom and The Book of Life

Charlie Harary is a prolific speaker who has traveled all over the country and abroad speaking for organizations, schools, universities and institutions on a variety of topics and to audiences of various sizes and affiliations. He has created dozens of videos that have received worldwide attention reaching hundreds of thousands of people in over 15 countries.

Mr. Harary is Founder and Partner of H3 & Company, an advisory and investment company based in New York. Mr. Harary is a Clinical Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at the Syms School of Business in Yeshiva University. He is also a Senior Lecturer for the Orthodox Union, Aish Hatorah and NCSY. Prior to H3 & Company, Mr. Harary was the First Vice President of Residential Operations and Legal Counsel of RXR Realty, a multi-billion dollar Real Estate Company based in New York.

Prior to RXR, Mr. Harary was an associate in Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison and Davis Polk & Wardwell. He received his J.D. from Columbia Law School where he was awarded the James Kent Scholar and the Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. In addition, he is an active community leader. He is the founder and president of Milvado Inc., an organization that develops innovative methods to teach spirituality in relevant and modern ways.

He is a member of the Executive Board of the OU as well as the Founding Chairman of its Young Leadership Cabinet. He is also a member of the Conference of Young Jewish Presidents. Charlie began hosting The Book of Life on the Nachum Segal Network in 2012.

Allison Josephs
Host: Jew in the City Speaks

Allison Josephs is the founder and director of Je...

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Allison Josephs
Host: Jew in the City Speaks

Allison Josephs is the founder and director of Jew in the City and is the Partner in Torah mentor to actress Mayim Bialik.  She was named one of NJOP’s “Top Ten Jewish Influencers in 2012 and was one of the Jewish Week’s 36 under 36 in 2013. Allison has been quoted or written about in numerous publications, including The Wall Street Journal, CNN, The Daily Beast, Huffington Post, and Yahoo News. Allison has appeared on numerous television and radio networks including CBS, TLC, The Hallmark Channel, Associate Press TV, and NPR; her articles have appeared in numerous publications including the anthology Like Water on a Rock, The Washington Times, The Jewish Press, and The Forward. She has also written articles and directed and produced videos for Aish.com and lectures around the country and on Web Yeshiva. She received her Bachelor in Arts from Columbia University in Philosophy and lives with her husband and four children minutes from the George Washington Bridge. Visit the Jew in the City website HERE.

Zalman Koppel
Engineer/ Host: Tuesday Live Lunch

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Zalman Koppel
Engineer/ Host: Tuesday Live Lunch
Naomi Nachman
Host: Table for Two

Naomi Nachman, who hails from Sydney, Australia, has appeared in her own TV specials on the Jewish L...

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Naomi Nachman
Host: Table for Two

Naomi Nachman, who hails from Sydney, Australia, has appeared in her own TV specials on the Jewish Life TV network featuring her cooking demonstrations. She has also been a guest host on the QVC TV network and has been featured in cookbooks, a cooking CD and a variety of newspaper articles covering topics related to cuisine preparation and personal chefs. Naomi is also a contributing editor to The Jewish Home Newspaper writing weekly articles and recipes. Naomi now hosts her own radio show on The Nachum Segal Network, called “Table for Two with Naomi Nachman”. The show airs on Friday mornings at 9am and is rebroadcast at 2pm on Tuesdays.

Approximately 21 years ago, Naomi moved from Australia to attend Touro College where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Education. After teaching pre-school and directing day camps for nearly 10 years, Naomi began teaching cooking classes — as cooking has always been her passion. In 2004, Naomi started her own Personal Chef business, The Aussie Gourmet, to cater weekly and Shabbat/Yom Tov meals for families and individuals within The Five Towns and neighboring communities.

Naomi has also been sought after to teach cooking classes throughout the New York/New Jersey Metropolitan area (from Scarsdale to Boro Park, Manhattan to Teaneck, the Hamptons and Connecticut… and of course, The Five Towns). She has also taught classes in Florida, Australia and Israel.

In the Summer of 2007, Naomi started a culinary arts program at Camp Dina (Dora Golding for girls) and, as it was enthusiastically received by all, has been invited back each summer since.

Naomi debuted as the host of Table for Two in January 2013.

Naomi currently lives in Woodmere, NY with her husband and 4 daughters.

Meir Weingarten
Host: The Israel Show/ Guest Host: JM in the AM

The other JM “mayor”, Meir Weingarten is often confused with Mayer Fertig, a wonderful complimen...

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Meir Weingarten
Host: The Israel Show/ Guest Host: JM in the AM

The other JM “mayor”, Meir Weingarten is often confused with Mayer Fertig, a wonderful compliment. He usually assures the mistaken listener that in fact he IS Mayer Fertig confusing the issue all the more so.

Meir was born at a very young age in Boro Park – a different Boro Park, not the one that is currently in Brooklyn. He attended Yeshivat Etz Chaim – of blessed memory, the first Religious Zionist Day School in America. Meir spent the six and seventh grade living in Jerusalem and studying at the Chorev Elementary School (which does still exist).

Upon graduation from Etz Chaim he was admitted to Chaim Berlin High School where he graduated four years later – although they have since disavowed all knowledge of his files.

After a year and a half of advanced Talmudic study at Yeshiva Emek Halacha, Meir ran off to Israel once again – this time spending six years at the Jerusalem College of Technology – Machon Lev where for a small fee he acquired a Bachelor¹s degree in computer sciences – something that will come in very handy years later when he will have to type this silly bio into a word processor. (By way of explanation Machon Lev is a College level educational institution in Jerusalem combining half a day of Yeshiva studies and half a day of university level studies in the applied sciences.) After graduating Machon Lev, and having no where else to go, Meir stayed on and volunteered his services as the executive assistant to the president of the college – Dr Yitzchak Nebenzahl, who had spent the previous twenty years as State Comptroller of the State of Israel.

Upon his return to the States Meir joined the family business – Ariel Tours – a wholesale tour operator specializing in travel to Israel. To this very day this continues to be Meir¹s preverbal “day job”. As business was slow Meir had to keep himself occupied with other activities. In 1985 he founded the Yavneh Minyan of Flatbush. For 8 years Meir served as the shul President, Gabai and the guy who cuts the cake for kiddush.

In 1990 together with Yitzchak, Yossi and Boaz Goldshmid he (co)founded the singing group Kol Achai which he continues to produce and manage till today — and for as long as the three Israeli¹s who are much bigger than he is, have  patience to put up with him.

In 1989 Meir met Nachum Segal and together they began a ground breaking friendship. In 1989 they took their first of many trips to Israel together, broadcasting live from Jerusalem on Yom Yerushalayim – Jerusalem Day. Since then Meir has co-hosted and co-produced the very popular annual special programs on Tu- B¹shvat, Yom Haaztmaut and Yom Yerushalayim. He has also been an invaluable force in the fund raising efforts of JM in the AM. In 1997 he joined Mattes, Mark, Robert and that other Meyer (who spells his name all wrong) as a substitute host.

In 2012 Meir debut as the host of the Israel Show.

Meir’s passions are anything to do with Israel especially politics, Jewish Music and collecting butterflies.

Mattes Weingast
Producer/ Host: JM Sunday/Guest Host: JM in the AM/ Sub Divider

Mattes has been associated with Jewish programming on WFMU longer than any current staff member, hav...

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Mattes Weingast
Producer/ Host: JM Sunday/Guest Host: JM in the AM/ Sub Divider

Mattes has been associated with Jewish programming on WFMU longer than any current staff member, having volunteered for the first of many marathons of the fledgling “Hebrew & Jewish Program” in 1978. During that marathon, the announcement was made that Mattes had recently served as the ceremonial “Mayor for a Day” in Elizabeth, NJ while attending the Jewish Educational Center. That piece of information has been repeated by Nachum more often than any other biographical fact of any staff member (or other historical figure) in the past 16 years.

Shortly after Nachum took over at WFMU, Mattes officially joined the staff. He took his “solo flight” at filling in for Nachum during one of the first marathons when Nachum decided to spend the morning sprawled out on the floor, having nearly fainted from a bout with the flu. This was not, however, Mattes’ first on air experience. He had been co-host of a WYUR radio show with Dave Kufeld and host of the Saturday night Jewish music show at WYUR during the 1978/79 season, while on his one year stint at Yeshiva University. Following his tenure at Rutgers/NJIT,Mattes alternately worked in the field of Jewish youth and computers.

Currently, Mattes is the Business Manager of the Passaic Public Library and lives in Elizabeth with his wife, Caryn, and their two boys, Aryeh and Eli.

Elliot Weiselberg
Host: Court Report

Considered by many to be a modern-day expert on Yeshiva-League sports, Elliot Weiselberg’s show, ...

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Elliot Weiselberg
Host: Court Report

Considered by many to be a modern-day expert on Yeshiva-League sports, Elliot Weiselberg’s show, “The Court Report” focuses on the weekly goings-on in the Yeshiva League, highlighting the accomplishments of the over 700 student-athletes that participate in a sport on a yearly basis. Elliot, an attorney, also serves as coach for teams in three different age groups in the Yeshiva Hockey League. He is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School, as well as New York University, where he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Sciences degree from NYU’s Sports Management program. Elliot’s media work includes editing for YLSRadio.com, blogging and administrating for JewishHoopsAmerica.com and reporting as the voice of the JM in the AM Sports Report. He also serves as the creator and organizer for the annual Martin Weiselberg Memorial Tournament.
Elliot currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.

Leora Zomick
Contributor: Bite Size

Hi my name is Leora Zomick, I was born and raised in Teaneck NJ, I went to Moriah, Bat Torah and Maa...

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Leora Zomick
Contributor: Bite Size

Hi my name is Leora Zomick, I was born and raised in Teaneck NJ, I went to Moriah, Bat Torah and Maayanot then got my GED and went to Touro Lander College for women instead of 12th grade, I then spent the year in Shaalvim for women last year and I am now in Touro nursing school. I went to Mesorah, on NCSY GIVE and have spent the last three summers in camp HASC. My hobby is baking and have my own business called insta.bake.

Mark Zomick
Contributor: Bite Size/Guest Host: JM in the AM/ Streamer

Mark was born in good old New York City back in in the day. His first meeting with the JM extended f...

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Mark Zomick
Contributor: Bite Size/Guest Host: JM in the AM/ Streamer

Mark was born in good old New York City back in in the day. His first meeting with the JM extended family occurred before he was born as his parents lived in the same Washington Heights apartment as Rabbi & Shevy Yudin. His next encounter with the JM extended family was with Rabbi Zev Segal, Nachum’s father. As a close friend of Mark’s grandfather, Rabbi Segal was called upon to name Mark at his bris- perhaps that is why his Hebrew name is Nachum.

Following a short stint in the Heights, Mark’s family moved to Far Rockaway where he attended South Shore Yeshiva for a short time. Six years later the Zomicks moved to their current home in Teaneck, New Jersey. Mark and his sisters joined the ranks at The Yeshiva of Hudson County where he graduated in the top 95% of his class. After attending, TA then MTA then TMSTA (they kept changing the name) Mark went on to Yeshiva College where he became involved in as many student activities as time allowed. It is there that he met Robert Katz who, as WYUR Program Director, turned him down for his first radio show. Finally, Howard T Konig saw his talent and the rest is radio history.

Mark first met Nachum when they were both attending Camp Morasha and he substituted for the first time in 1986. On his first broadcast he discovered that the speakers in the studio go off when the microphone is on- perhaps that was why he didn’t hear the record skip while he was on the phone.

Mark spent 13 years at MediaVest Worldwide, one of the country’s largest purchasers of television commercial time. He worked in many capacities and concluded his stint there in the Strategic Resources Group.

In 2002 he was named the Comptroller at Main Event Caterers in Englewood and in 2004 he became Vice President; Director of Operations at Ariel Tours.

In 2006 Mark became COO of A&M Media, a magazine publisher. A&M’s flagship publication, Tu Tarjeta Y Màs, is distributed with pre-paid telephone cards.

Mark Zomick joined MEC in early 2008 for the purpose of integrating many of the data resources provided to AT&T and their analytics partners. He was charged with being interface between the media teams and Market Mix Modelers, consultants, optimizers and other AT&T clientele. Mr. Zomick was brought in based on his years of experience in the media planning, research, analytics and technology roles he has played throughout his career.

Since joining MEC, Mark has added the additional responsibility of managing the Competitive Research group. These roles have combined in a way to give him the unique opportunity to formulate MEC’s Database 2009 project. This project sees the implementation of a “unified” AT&T database that would include internal as well as competitive research. He now oversees a team of talented people whose responsibility it is to manage the agency’s Data Integration and Competitive Analytics practice. He was named a Managing Partner in 2011.

Mark lives in Teaneck with his wife Rachelle (Weinberg) and their children- Shoshana, Leora and Adam. They attend the Young Israel of Teaneck where Mark is a past President and current Vice President. He also serves on the Board of the Torah Academy of Bergen County.

Robert Katz (Honorary Member)
Guest Host: JM in the AM/ Pledge Reader

When not rooting for the Mets, Jets and Nets (he likes alliteration…he would also like at least ON...

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Robert Katz (Honorary Member)
Guest Host: JM in the AM/ Pledge Reader

When not rooting for the Mets, Jets and Nets (he likes alliteration…he would also like at least ONE championship some time soon!), Robert is a senior professional for a major Jewish non-profit prganization. His love of radio dates back to 1981, where he and Nachum Segal first met as rookie DJ’s on YU’s radio station, WYUR. It was love at first sight (with a radio station, not Nachum). As Program Director in 1984, Robert WOULD HAVE LOVED TO OFFER MARK ZOMICK A SHOW, BUT COULDN’T FIND AN APPROPRIATE SLOT. In 1985 Robert ascended to the role of successor to Nachum as Station Manager of WYUR, and became the play-by-play voice of Yeshiva University Macabees Basketball for two years. (Hey- it’s not the Knicks, but it’ll do).

After graduating YU in 1985, Robert earned his MBA in Marketing while moonlighting at WNBC, WCBS and other local New York radio stations. He was also one of the voices on “Sports Phone”. In 1987, reality set in and he realized that an Orthodox Jew had no future in sports-casting, especially since he was always being asked to work on Shabbos. Unfortunately for him, the NFL and colleges didn’t play their football games on Tuesdays.

Robert now lives in Fair Lawn, NJ with his wife Susie (Rosenfeld). He has two awesome sons, Jason and Joey.

Robert spent the best times of his life at Camp Massad Bet in the beautiful Pocono Mountains’ sleepy town of Dingman’s Ferry, PA. A camp, he notes, that imbued him with his love of Israel and his strong Religious Zionist identification. Maybe that’s why he and Meir Weingarten get along so well. One day, if he grows up, Robert wants to be a baseball player.

Randi Sorscher Wartelsky (Honorary Member)
Host: Something to Talk About

Randi Sorscher Wartelsky is an award-winning journalist who has been involved with JM in the AM and ...

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Randi Sorscher Wartelsky (Honorary Member)
Host: Something to Talk About

Randi Sorscher Wartelsky is an award-winning journalist who has been involved with JM in the AM and the Nachum Segal Network for more than 13 years. Randi received her Bachelor’s Degree in English Communications and is also an accomplished music teacher who has composed and performed songs with children and young adults of all ages. Randi is married to Ari Wartelsky and is proud of and amazed by her children, D.J., Charlotte, Sam, Ellie, and Jonah. Though originally from Brooklyn, Randi now resides in New Jersey. She enjoys how much she is learning from her guests about life and the truly important things in it.

Jamie Turkel
Assistant Programming Director

Jamie Turkel has a bachelor's degree in English from Queens College. With a strong need to exercise ...

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Jamie Turkel
Assistant Programming Director

Jamie Turkel has a bachelor's degree in English from Queens College. With a strong need to exercise creativity at all times, Jamie prefers the written word. That is why she is very happy in her behind the scenes role as Assistant Programming Director, and prefers to keep herself off the airwaves.

Yoni Pollak
Network Coordinator, Host: Bite Size

Yoni Pollak is a graduate of the Sy Syms School of Business at Yeshiva University. A former co-host ...

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Yoni Pollak
Network Coordinator, Host: Bite Size

Yoni Pollak is a graduate of the Sy Syms School of Business at Yeshiva University. A former co-host on Yeshiva University's WYUR radio station, Yoni has a passion for radio and sports and hopes to one day find himself on the airwaves hosting his own sports show.