Mrs. Chaya Batya (CB) Neugroschl
Head of School
Mrs. Chaya Batya (CB) Neugroschl is the Head of School. She is an educator with over twenty years of pedagogic, curricular, and administrative experience in both Judaic and General Studies. Before coming to YUHSG, Mrs. Neugroschl served as Assistant Principal and Co-Director of General Studies at SAR High School, where she introduced innovative curricular initiatives and special programming. Previously, Mrs. Neugroschl was the Director of Admissions at Ma’ayanot Yeshiva High School for Girls, where she also taught Jewish History and Philosophy. Mrs. Neugroschl studied for two years at Michlala College for Women in Israel and earned her B.A. at Stern College for Women in 1993. She continued her studies at Yeshiva University’s Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies, with a focus on History of Halakha and Medieval Ashkenaz. She received her M.A. in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations from Harvard University in 1998. Her Master’s thesis was entitled “The Nexus of Law and Spirituality in Maimonides’ Laws of Charity.”
Ms. Beverly S. Segal
Ms. Beverly S. Segal is Associate Principal. She is a seasoned educator with an outstanding reputation in both formal and informal education. Ms. Segal possesses a love and understanding of teenagers and a passion for engaging students in discovery and exploration. Before coming to YUHSG, Ms. Segal was a core faculty member at SAR Academy in Riverdale, NY for 17 years, where she was both highly respected and beloved. In addition to her classroom experience, Ms. Segal designed innovative learning programs for the Early Childhood Center, served on the Teachers’ Liaison Committee, and chaired the New York State Association of Independent Schools accreditation subcommittee with a focus on school administration. Ms. Segal graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania. She holds two Master’s degrees, one in Education from Adelphi University and, most recently, in School Building Administration from St. John’s University. She is an attorney, having graduated from Yeshiva University’s Cardozo Law School, and is a member of the New York State Bar. Prior to becoming an educator, Ms. Segal practiced as a litigator in Washington, D.C., and worked for the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in Manhattan.
Mrs. Aliza Abrams Konig
Mrs. Aliza Abrams Konig is one of our Assistant Principals. Mrs. Abrams Konig has worked with a myriad of students in areas of student life, team building, creating curricula, and enriching the experiences of thousands of students. Mrs. Abrams Konig joined Central after eleven years at Stern College for Women of Yeshiva University, most recently as the Director of Student Life. A seasoned experiential educator, Mrs. Abrams Konig is a member of the inaugural Wexner Field Fellows program through the Wexner Foundation. Mrs. Abrams Konig studied at Midreshet Moriah, holds a BA in Judaic Studies from Stern College, and a Masters in Social Work from the YU Wurzweiler School of Social Work.
Ms. Bracha Rutner
Ms. Bracha Rutner is one of our Assistant Principals. Ms. Rutner teaches Talmud, Halakha, and Chumash. Prior to joining YUHSG, she taught Talmud and Halakha at the Yeshivah of Flatbush. Ms. Rutner also serves as the Yoetzet Halakha at the Riverdale Jewish Center and the Kemp Mill Synagogue in Silver Spring, MD. She has given numerous lectures throughout the New York area on the interface of halakha and various women’s issues, such as gynecology, infertility, women’s health, and family dynamics and sexuality. She graduated from Stern College for Women and completed her Yoetzet Halakha training in Nishmat’s Keren Ariel Women’s Halachic Institute in Jerusalem. Ms. Rutner is a graduate of the Bruria Scholars Program in Midreshet Lindenbaum, is a graduate of the ATID Fellowship Program in Jerusalem, and has participated as a fellow in the Lookstein Continuing Education program. Ms. Rutner completed her MA in Talmud from the Hebrew University and her Masters in Education Administration from St. John’s University. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Educational Administration at the Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration.
Mr. Yoni Cohen
Executive Director – Tuition and Budgeting
Mr. Yoni Cohen serves as the Executive Director of Tuition and Budgeting for YUHS since 2014. Working closely with the upper management of Yeshiva University and the YUHS Board of Directors, the Executive Directors office ensures that all non-educational components of the schools are operational so that students, parents, and educators are in a safe and productive environment.
In addition, Yoni is the Director of Operations at Center for the Jewish Future at YU and oversees the logistical and operational components of the myriad of programs that the CJF runs annually. With a degree in accounting and business administration, Yoni was the Executive Director of Bnos Malka Academy of Queens for eight years and the Executive Director of the Sephardic Congregation of Kew Garden Hills for three years.
He, his wife Tzivia, and four children currently reside in Queens, NY.
Mr. Shuey Jacoby
A proud Lion, Shuey returned to MTA in his current capacity as Executive Director in December 2014, leaving his role at the Madison Square Garden Company where he served as Manager of Sales Operations within the Marketing Partnerships Group. After graduating the high school in 2002, he later served as a the YU Jesselson Family Presidential Fellow working primarily at MTA, as Director of Admissions from 2007-2009, and most recently as Director of Business Operations and Dean of Admissions for the 2012-13 school year.
In his current capacity, Shuey oversees non-academic areas of the school including marketing, admissions, recruitment, institutional advancement and budgeting.
Prior to his most recent role at MSG, he had served as Freelance Marketing Analyst for the organization and held various internship positions with the Washington Capitals, NY Mets, and Bloomberg Sports, as well as at MSG where he began in their Garden Scholars program.
Shuey also serves as Director of Development at the David Wright Foundation, a non-profit charity founded by NY Mets third-baseman David Wright to support and provide awareness for children’s causes in the NY and Norfolk, VA metropolitan areas.
Shuey earned his BA from Yeshiva University magna cum laude in 2006 and his MBA from the NYU Stern Stern School of Business, where he was designated a Stern Scholar and inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Society, in 2011. He also earned his MS in Sports Management from Columbia University in February of 2013.
Board of Trustees
- Miriam P. Goldberg, Chair
- Debra Abittan
- Rabbi Steve Burg ‘89
- Sharon Dane
- Dr. Felix Glaubach ‘46
- Alan E. Goldberg ‘72
- Alissa Horn
- Michael G. Jesselson ‘69
- David Ottensoser ‘86
- Aliza Wein Mermelstein
- Dov Quint ‘04
- Donny Rosenberg ‘02
- David B. Schwartz ‘94
- Yudi Teichman ‘85
- Louis Tuchman
- Harvey Wrubel