Jake received his bachelor’s degree from Drew University and a master’s degree from the University of Oxford, where he studied Modern European History.
During his undergraduate career, Jake worked at the World Jewish Congress where he headed various research projects and assisted the General Counsel. While at Drew University, he also served as President of Drew History Club and as a member of the editorial board of the university’s academic journal, The Drew Review. His research, at both the undergraduate and graduate level, has focused on the intersection of legal, political, and intellectual history.
In his free time, Jake enjoys playing guitar, reading, and practicing French.