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Alex A.G. Taub Edit Profile

educator , writer

Alex A.G. Taub, American writer, educator. President and board member Temple Shalom, 1998—2001; Member of Leavenworth Coffee House (board member housing coordinator since 2002).

Background

Taub, Alex A.G. was born on July 23, 1968 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Anthropology, Central Washington University. Master of Arts in Anthropology, Western Washington University, 1992.

Career

Professor assistant Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, 1987—1990, Western Washington University, Bellingham, 1990—1992. Juvenile detention counselor King County, Seattle, 1994—1995. Social worker Child Protection Services, Yakime, 1995—1996.

Court case load manager Kittias County, Ellensburg, 1996—2001. Teacher Cashmere E. Wenatchee, 2001—2003. Professor anthropology Wenatchee Valley College, since 2003.

Volunteer Youth Services of Kittitas County, Ellensburg, Washington, 1988—1990, board directors, Washington, 1995—2001. Adjunct faculty Wenatchee Valley College, since 2003.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (book) Blindflight, 1998, Death of Curtis Jones, 2001, Family Craft Trilogy, 2005, Peace Contemplating Contentment, 2006.

Membership

President and board member Temple Shalom, 1998—2001. Member of Leavenworth Coffee House (board member housing coordinator since 2002).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Woodworking, art, hiking, sewing.

Connections

Son of Jack H and Frieda B Taub. Married Amanda Harriett Stephenson, June 24, 1995.

father:
Jack Taub

spouse:
Amanda Harriett Stephenson