Noam Kleinman is a 2nd-year student at the University of Georgia pursuing a degree in International Business and Economics at the Terry School of Business. He was born in Israel and lived in Ashdod and then in Miami, Florida before moving to Roswell, Georgia. He attended Wheeler High School and participated in their Magnet STEM Program.
Noam is a member of the Tau Epsilon Phi Nu Chapter at the University of Georgia and is also an active member of the University Judiciary. He has worked on the Residence Hall Association before and is involved with Mishelanu and Dawgs for Israel. Throughout High School, Noam was a Hebrew school teacher for Congregation Etz Chaim, and had a variety of internships where he worked as a Special Project Intern at Kanga Tech, and a Paralegal for Lazega and Johanson LLC.
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