Our Team

Our team of dedicated individuals comes from a wide array of backgrounds and specializations. The knowledge, experience, and specialized skills of our professional team of artists, musicians, renowned Jewish studies professors, religious-education teachers, and business strategists and consultants, helps Light of the Nations operate with proven success. 

Bruce David

Diane David

Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary

Diane is Bruce’s wife and life partner, having been together for over 40 years, and has been and integral part of both his art career and LOTN. Besides handling all the bookkeeping and assisting with the administrative aspects, she has also been a vital force and influence in every aspect of Bruce’s art/educational efforts.


Orin Reynolds

Orin combines his wonderful Jewish heart with distinctive engaging sound blending soul, folk, pop, hip hop and rock vibes, with his funky acoustic guitar and dynamic voicings.                                                           orin@lightofthenations.org

Board of Directors

Rabbi Ron Klotz   “I've always maintained that it is sacred work, teaching kids to love Judaism and strengthening their Jewish identities.”  Ron was involved with heading up Jewish camps for fifty years before moving to Bloomington and coming on board with our organization. Ron also serves as a Rabbi at Indiana University Hillel. Rabbi Ron has been fortunate to work with many of the greats, including Debbie Friedman and Dan Nichols and feels Light of the Nations has so much to offer. Rabbi Ron thinks our unique programming will be great not only for camps, but also for schools and Jews and non-Jews everywhere. He has been a tremendous blessing in helping to develop Light of the Nations educational programming. With his guidance and assistance, we now have a good number of art/music fusions, educational overviews and other programming ready to share with others.


Rabbi Mira Wasserman, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor of Rabbinic Literature, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. Mira Wasserman’s work as a rabbi and scholar bridges Talmud study, community building and the pursuit of social justice.

Before pursuing her doctorate, Rabbi Wasserman served as rabbi at Congregation Beth Shalom in Bloomington, IN, for over a decade.  

Rabbi Wasserman’s doctorate in Jewish Studies is from the University of California at Berkeley. Her rabbinic ordination is from the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and she is an alumna of the Wexner Graduate Fellowship. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Hebrew Literature from the Jewish Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Barnard College.