Moshe Weisblum

Moshe Weisblum

Dr. Moshe Weisblum is a New York-based business consultant that specializes in assisting troubled firms in resolving their issues and becoming lucrative and successful again. His more than 20 years of business expertise spans real estate, retail, education, nonprofits, investments, mergers and acquisitions, entrepreneurship, franchising, and fundraising in both the United States and Israel. Weisblum is a renaissance man, with abilities and hobbies spanning from music to teaching, in addition to his financial savvy.

Experience at work

Weisblum has an excellent work history. Weisblum worked as a business consultant for Quick Home Solutions LLC, a real estate developer in the greater Baltimore region, for over ten years until launching his consulting firm in 2001. In this role, he worked with a number of financially successful, privately held enterprises, with a focus on real estate assets. He was in charge of the whole real estate investing process, from acquisition talks through closing.

Media, education, and public service

Weisblum has worked as a Middle Eastern affairs consultant in Washington, DC, and is regularly called to express his thoughts and ideas on social and political topics on various TV talk shows. During his ten years in Israel, Weisblum volunteered for the Israeli Defense Forces, served in the special air corps, and finished his military service as a commissioned officer with the rank of Major in the Israeli Army. From 2012 through 2016, Weisblum was a lecturer at Strayer University in Washington, DC. He taught critical thinking, business and public administration, art history, and a variety of other courses at Strayer. During his stint at the institution, Weisblum was named one of the top teachers for two years in a row. On "Rate my Professors," an independent social media platform that allows students to "rate" their professors, he has numerous pages of flawless 5.0/5.0 reviews from students. Students praise Weisblum's sense of humor, grasp of the subject matter, and ability to make his lessons fun.

Weisblum's YouTube channel

Weisblum has a very busy YouTube account where he broadcasts his own music as well as video courses about Jewish culture and festivals, as well as portions of the Talmud. His channel, which he launched about ten years ago, now has over 19,600 members and is rapidly expanding. His YouTube videos have received over 6.5 million views to date.


Weisblum studied computer science at the Ofrim Institute in Israel after graduating from Yeshivat Torat Emet in Haifa, Israel. He got a Master of Public/Business Administration and Management with honors from Farleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey after settling there. He also holds a PhD in philosophy (with honors) from the Hebrew University of Baltimore (now Baltimore Hebrew Institute at Towson University).

Other abilities, honors, and experiences

He has seven volumes on Jewish philosophy and history to his credit, including "Table Talk Biblical Questions and Answers" and "Ruth Talk." He is also a syndicated newspaper writer, with his writings appearing weekly in 17 newspapers in the Northeastern United States and Canada, including the "Garden City News" and the "Great Neck Record." His script, "House of Bread," was purchased by 20th Century Pictures and is currently in pre-production.

Weisblum's writing has earned him various honors, including the Sidney Breitbart Prize in Jewish philosophy from Baltimore Hebrew University, the Keren Zikaron Award for literature, and the Golden Prize in Writing from the City of Haifa, Israel.

Weisblum is a skilled player of seven instruments, including the piano, saxophone, and clarinet. He is also a skilled tenor. His work ranges from uplifting to religious music for Jewish festivals. His 2017 CD, "Heartfelt Melodies," received a five-star rating from consumers. Weisblum is the temple's musical director and also performs in the temple band.

He likes creating and performing music, sailing, sports, and spending time with his growing family, which includes his five children and 17 grandchildren. Winston Churchill's phrase, "Success is going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm," is one of his favorites.