A nonprofit executive and faith leader, Rabbi Tovia Singer founded Outreach Judaism, where he serves as director. The organization dedicates itself to protecting Jewish people from the influence of fundamentalist Christians seeking to convert them. In pursuit of that mission, Rabbi Tovia Singer speaks before synagogues and on college campuses. Further, he often appears on radio and television programs. An author, his publications include "Let's Get Biblical: Why Doesn't Judaism Accept the Christian Messiah?"
Before dedicating himself to Outreach Judaism, Rabbi Tovia Singer hosted a popular talk show Israel National Radio. The show first launched in New York in the early 2000s and soon developed into one of the community’s most popular programs, driven by the energy and insights of its host.
A master diver and underwater photographer, Rabbi Singer enjoys scuba diving in his private life. He also enjoys literature and cinema, and counts among his favorite works the novel Huckleberry Finn and the film The Shawshank Redemption.