Wright State history grad featured in Atlanta Jewish Times


Jeremy Katz

Jeremy Katz is in charge of a crucial piece of Jewish Atlanta history, the ‎archives at the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, where he has worked since 2013. Katz has also been a resident of the Virginia-Highland Moishe House since 2016. The Dayton, Ohio, native and 2010 Ohio State graduate moved to Atlanta in 2013 after gaining his master of arts in history (archival science) from Wright State University and has since immersed himself in Jewish Atlanta.

From planning events at Moishe House to attending events hosted by other organizations, the Ahavath Achim Synagogue member is an active part of the Jewish community. Katz serves as a section editor for the academic journal Southern Jewish History and published an article in the 2016 edition profiling two Jewish Atlantans who served in the Israeli air force during the 1948-49 War of Independence.

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