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Aspirations and Goals

Aspiring to be a Latin teacher at the secondary level. Also seeking to translate the Septuagint and New Testament from Greek as well as various Latin texts.

Developing leadership skills to lead a local synagogue; Interested in becoming a Torah Teacher at a synagogue or ministry.


Aug 2012May 2016

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

The University of Georgia
Minor: Classical Culture
Jan 2008Jan 2012

Brookwood High School
Jan 2008Jan 2008

Norcross High School

Work experience

Jan 2013Apr 2013

Student Employee

University of Georgia Food Services

▪ Worked with caterers and other students to prepare food for campus eateries and catering events ▪ Organized the kitchen with a team of student employees ▪ Managed all orders for campus eateries

Nov 2010Mar 2011

Assistant Manager

Gwinnett County Elections Office

▪ Facilitated the Poll Manager in maintaining order in the polling precinct ▪ Helped other Poll Officials correctly and precisely complete their duties in the most efficient way possible ▪ Assisted voters in the process in order to make sure their experience was brief and fulfilling

Nov 2010Nov 2010

Poll Official

Gwinnett County Elections Office

▪ Operated machines that checked for legitimacy of registered voters ▪ Helped guide a voter to his or her correct polling location if a voter was not at the correct precinct ▪ Cleaned the voting machines


Biblical Hebrew
Microsoft Office
English grammar

Current Projects

Torah Translation and Commentary

December 2014-Present

  • Translation of the first five books of the Bible with emphasis on grammar
  • Textual criticism notes by comparing the Greek Septuagint and the Latin Vulgate and other manuscripts to the Hebrew Masoretic Text.

The Name of God

October 2014

  • Video project where I discuss the grammatical reasons for why the current text's pronunciation of the name of God is not invalid.

Honors & Awards

Presidental Scholar

University of Georgia

December 2013

College Greek Exam Award

May 2013

Dean’s List

University of Georgia

December 2012

Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction

College Board

July 2012


  • Latin
  • Translation
  • Greek
  • Hebrew
  • Pedagogy
  • Languages
  • Classical Culture
  • Textual criticism