Rabbi Akiva Zweig is the Rosh (Head) Yeshiva of the Talmudic College of Florida in Miami Beach, Florida. He also studied for several years at Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore, Maryland, and in several yeshivot in Israel. He has also served as the rabbi of several South Florida synagogues, both Ashkenazi and Sephardi.
Rabbi Zweig graduated from Talmudic University of Florida with a Master’s degree in Talmudic Law in 1995, and then continued on in the faculty, teaching in the high school, as well as in the university in both the undergraduate and graduate programs. He lectures at the highest levels on scripture, Talmudic law, Jewish history, Jewish philosophy, and Jewish ethics.
As Rosh Yeshiva at Talmudic College of Florida, Rabbi Zweig teaches a variety of weekly and daily classes, including Talmud, Jewish Perspective, Jewish Philosophy, Prayer, and Jewish Ethics. He oversees the staff, as well as the self-development of young Jewish college students. He helps prepare them for careers and leadership, in both the Jewish world and the secular world of work. Additionally, Rabbi Zweig teaches weekly classes to the broader South Florida Jewish community, for men and women of all ages. Rabbi Zweig is, moreover, a licensed facilitator of the Franklin Covey 7 Habits Signature Program. He lectures in seminars and conducts private coaching and counseling.