Rabbi Moshe Hecht is the founder and spiritual leader of the Chabad Jewish Center in Windsor Terrace in Brooklyn, New York.

Born into a distinguished family of rabbis and community leaders, Rabbi Moshe received his own rabbinical ordination in 2004 from ASP. Shortly after being ordained, Rabbi Moshe was selected to serve as the officiating Rabbi of the Olympic Village during the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.

He has assisted in the planning and implementation of a number of Jewish educational programs in communities throughout the US, most notably he led a delegation of rabbis to Honolulu, Hawaii to promote Jewish awareness and education.

Rabbi Moshe is also the Executive Coordinator of the World’s Largest Menorah.