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ה[[רב (אישה)|רַבָּה]] '''איימי איילברג''' (באנגלית '''Amy Eilberg'''; נולדה ב-[[2712 ביוניבאוקטובר]] [[19461954]], [[פילדלפיה]], [[פנסילבניה]]) היא האישה הראשונה שהוסמכה לרבנות ביהדות הקונסרבטיבית.
 
Amy Eilberg (born October 12, 1954) is the first female rabbi ordained in Conservative Judaism.[1] She was ordained in 1985 by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America
 
==קורות חייה==
את פעילותה כרבה החלה כרבת בית חולים ב[[אינדיאנפוליס]]. בהמשך עברה לבית הכנסת "הר ציון" באיזור פילדלפיה.
 
 
 
 
.[6] She started her career as a chaplain at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. She served for one year as the assistant rabbi at Har Zion Temple near Philadelphia. In 1989, she stepped down from that position at this synagogue, explaining in her resignation letter that her desire to spend more time with her young daughter was one of the primary motivations for her decision.[4] She also realized that her true passion was for caring for the ill. She served as hospice chaplain for the Jewish Hospice Program in Philadelphia, then she helped found the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center in San Francisco where she directed the program's Jewish Hospice Care Program. At the height of the AIDS crisis, the Jewish Healing Center offered spiritual care to Jews people living with illness, death, and loss