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Crispe spent the years 1997 to 2004 in Israel, including one year as a research fellow for the Shalem Center in Jerusalem, a research institute for political theory and social thought. During this time, Crispe also served as the Educational Director of Torat Chesed.
Crispe teaches and lectures in Jewish centers and academic institutions around the world on Hasidut and Kabbalistic philosophy. Some of his lectures focus on: music, film, architecture, gender theory, psychology, education, economics, regenerative medicine and physics. Crispe has lectured on Kabbalah on television and radio programs. He is an executive on the board of content for Chabad.org. He is also affiliated with Vermont Future Now, which supports students in the state.
Crispe has served as a financial, medical and technological consultant for projects that relate to future trends. He has a PhD in religious philosophy from New York University. Before founding Interinclusion, Crispe served as Chief Technology Officer of the hedge fund Links Capital Group.