Michael Shevack

Michael Shevack is Social Responsibility officer of the Patton Foundation, as well as a counselor and marketing-consultant to the Patton Alliance around the world.

An ordained rabbi, who has been active in inter-religious dialogue with Christians, Muslims and Jews for over 25 years, Shevack also works with public companies on ESG (Environmental, Social and Governmental) policy issues.

He has taught Spirituality and Comparative Religion at the School of Social Welfare at Stony Brook University (State University of New York) and Business Spirituality, at the Iacocca Institute for Global Entrepreneurship at Lehigh University. His column on Business Spirituality appeared in Success magazine. He is the author/co-author of five books.

A former Madison Avenue Creative Director, still known for writing the campaign Gillette. The Best A Man Can Get and launching it in over 120 countries, Shevack has been a consultant to a number of for-profits and non-profits companies. He is currently on the Board of the Daisy Alliance, The Palestinian-Israeli Confederation, The Center for Spirituality and Healthcare Education (Stony Brook), The Association for Progressive Judaism, and is a consultant to the Global Securities Institute (GSI) a UN NGO.

Rabbi Shevack is married to artist Teddy Frank and has three children, Christian, Adam & Zoe, and lives in Bucks County, Pa.