April 23, 2020
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Marc Bragin began his chaplaincy at Kenyon College in 2006, coming from Colgate University where he was the Jewish chaplain. Prior to working on a college campus, Marc was an attorney in Connecticut and New York for several years after completing his JD at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, AL. For his undergrad work, Marc attended Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, NH where he earned a BS in management and a BA in sociology.
Marc lived in Jerusalem, Israel, and studied at the Reform Jewish seminary Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion. After returning from Israel, Marc attended Hebrew College in Boston where he earned an MA in Jewish studies with a concentration on the history of Jewish liturgy.
In his spare time, Marc enjoys cooking, traveling and spending time with his two Tibetan Terriers, Gracie and Tallulah.
Home Address: P.O. Box 288, Gambier, OH 43022
2003 — Master of Arts from Hebrew College
1998 — Doctor of Jurisprudence (Law) from Samford University
1990 — Bachelor of Science from Franklin Pierce College
1990 — Bachelor of Arts from Franklin Pierce College