Roy S. Neuberger is an author whose personal focus is Jewish outreach.[1]


Prior to becoming a writer, Neuberger had jobs as a National Park Service Ranger and a fire lookout. He was also an editor of a weekly newspaper in Cornwall, New York.[2][3] Neuberger later took a job as a copy editor for The Long Island Press.

From 1991 to 1999, he operated a Wall Street hedge fund which used "technical analysis."[4]


He has also written for several Jewish newspapers, including The Jewish Press, Five Towns Jewish Times and The Jewish Star.

Neuberger's wife Leah often helps in the editing and production of his books.[1]


Neuberger and his wife Leah have been involved with outreach for over three decades [5] including public speaking for Hineni.[6]


  1. ^ a b Goldman, Leah (2007-11-15). "Sh'or Yoshuv Marks 41st Anniversary". 5 Towns Jewish Times. Retrieved 2009-07-16. 
  2. ^ "After studying English at Oxford, he returned to the United States and became the publisher and editor of a weekly newspaper in Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY
  3. ^ "He sold the newspaper he owned in Cornwall-on-Hudson and moved ..."
  4. ^ Neuberger, Roy. From CENTRAL PARK to SINAI - How I Found My Jewish Soul. pp. 138–139. I wanted to succeed in this game, but the numbers were a problem. It was also a little hard to take seriously all these very serious people who talked about how many cents per share their company was going to make in the third quarter a year from now. 
  5. ^ Five Towns Jewish Times story, March 19, '09,
  6. ^ Fine, Leah (2007-02-28). Our Greatest Challenges (PDF). Mispacha magazine. pp. 10–15. Leah Neuberger speaks before audiences all over the country along with her husband, author Roy Neuberger. She also teaches davening and counsels kallos as part of Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis’ renowned Hineni organization.