Rabbi David Meyer was ordained in July 1997, having studied Scripture, Philosophy and Theology, and Jewish History and Literature at the Leo Baeck College in London, England. Since 2010, he has been a Professor at the Gregorian Pontifical University in Rome, and since 2011, he has also taught as a Visiting Professor at Nanjing University (China). From 2001-2006, he was a board member for the Centre Europeen Juif d’Information (CEJI), a European-based organization which promotes multi-cultural understanding in European and Jewish Culture, while serving as rabbi to the Brighton and Hove Reform Synagogue, Brighton, England as well as being chaplain during that period to a university, a hospital, a mental hospital, an airport, and and a prison. He has published numerous articles in French and English, and five books, including Le Minimum Humain, Jewish and Christian Reflections on Universal Values and Social Bonds, co-authored with Jean-Marie de Bourqueney. He is a French and Israeli citizen but lives in Brussels, Belgium, with his wife Jacqueline Stern-Meyer and two daughters.
He has also taught at the Université Catholique de Louvain, St Louis University, Brussels, Université Libre de Bruxelles, and the Institut des Etudes Théologiques, Jesuit Seminary in Brussels.