Maintaining a number of charitable affiliations and community-based volunteer positions, Barry Zornberg lives with his wife and five children in Dix Hills, New York, on Long Island. A professional importer who established Holy Food Imports, Barry Zornberg has sourced edibles including Israeli-produced extra virgin olive oil, honey, and spreads for customers living in the United States. Educated at Brooklyn College and St. John’s University, Barry Zornberg refined his importing skills as a manager of almost 20 individuals in 3 specialized departments at the New York City-based international footwear importer E.S. Originals.
Active in the Lubavitch Chai Center of Dix Hills synagogue and community center, Barry Zornberg arranged a series of classical performances at The Chai Center by professionally trained musicians. He also works with The Chai Center staff to aid local children facing mental challenges. Additionally, Barry Zornberg actively supports the One Israel Fund and partners with a Long Island outreach program to administer food drives and help families without shelter find places to live. Formerly a youth league coach, he donated time to a high school in Queens teaching students debate skills and overseeing mock trials. His students went on to become regional debate champions.
A past president of the Brooklyn Chess Club and member of a New York State champion chess team, Barry Zornberg taught chess to summer camp participants at Camp Lakota in Wurtsboro, New York. With his family, he takes part in Alec’s Run, a race for a nonprofit organization raising awareness of the dangers sport utility vehicles’ blind spots can pose for youth.