Moshe Weisblum

Dr. Moshe Weisblum is a business consultant

specializes in assisting organizations that are experiencing difficulties in becoming profitable and successful again. In addition to real estate, retail, education, nonprofits, investments, mergers & acquisitions, entrepreneurship, franchising, and fundraising, he has more than 20 years of business expertise in the United States and Israel. In addition to his financial ability, Weisblum is a renaissance guy with a diverse set of abilities and hobbies spanning from music to teaching.

Experience in the workplace

Weisblum has an excellent work history. Weisblum worked as a business consultant for Quick Home Solutions LLC, a real estate developer in the Baltimore area, for nearly ten years before launching his consulting business in 2001. He worked with a number of financially successful, privately-owned firms in this capacity, with a focus on real estate investments. From purchase discussions to closing, he oversaw the whole real estate investing process.

Other previous work experience includes five years as an executive vice president/partner at AWK Ltd, a general contracting firm based in New Jersey; three years as a business consultant for Better and Different, an Israeli retailer based in Jerusalem; and six years as an import/export manager for Chalmah International Foods in Tel Aviv, where he coordinated trade shows, trained management in new technological systems, and formed joint ventures between Eastern Europe and the United States.

Service in the media, education, and government

Weisblum has worked as a Middle Eastern affairs consultant in Washington, DC, and is frequently called to voice his thoughts on social and political topics on a variety of TV talk shows. Weisblum volunteered for the Israeli Defense Forces, served in the special air corps, and finished his military career as a commissioned officer with the rank of Major in the Israeli Army during his ten years in Israel.

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 University. Weisblum was recognized as one of the best lecturers at the university for two years in a row. On “Rate my Instructors,” an independent social media site where students may “rate” their professors, he has numerous pages of perfect 5.0/5.0 reviews from students. Weisblum’s humor, grasp of the class matter, and ability to make his courses enjoyable are all mentioned in student reviews.

Weisblum’s channel on YouTube

Weisblum has a very active YouTube page, where he shares music he’s produced as well as video lessons on Jewish custom, holidays, and Talmud sections. His channel, which he started nearly ten years ago, now has over 19,600 subscribers and is rapidly growing. His YouTube videos have received over 6.5 million views to date.


Weisblum studied computer science at the Ofrim Institute in Israel and attended 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 coming to the United States. He also holds a PhD in philosophy from Baltimore Hebrew University (with honors) (now Baltimore Hebrew Institute at Towson University).

Other qualifications, honors, and experiences

Weisblum has received various writing honors, including the Sidney Breitbart Prize in Jewish philosophy from Baltimore Hebrew University, the Keren Zikaron Award for writing, and the Golden Prize in Writing from Haifa, Israel.

Weisblum is a competent player of seven instruments, including the piano, saxophone, and clarinet. He can also sing in the tenor range. His music encompasses a wide range of genres, including inspiring music and music for Jewish holy holidays. Customers have given his CD “Heartfelt Melodies,” which was released in 2017, a five-star rating. Weisblum is also a member of his temple’s band and acts as its musical director.

He enjoys composing and performing music, sailing, baseball, and spending time with his growing family, which includes his five children and 17 grandchildren when he is not working. Winston Churchill’s remark, “Success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm,” is one of his favorites.


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