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Yonatan ben Rubin

Shalom Aleichem!

I am the author of the Scripted Genius Network. Husband, father, theologian, and a bearded geeky guy.

Education

I am a professional student, with numerous business and writing certificates, three Associate degrees, one Bachelor of Science in Religion with minors in Biblical Studies, Christian Counseling, and Psychology, and Masters of Divinity in Theological Studies. I am currently working on my Doctorate of Ministry in Leadership, Semiotics, and Future Change, with custom coursework in Jewish Studies via a cohort program with Lead Mentor Leonard Sweet. I intend to pursue my Smicha after my DMin program.

Experience

I have been blogging using a robust CMS system with personally-coded customizations since 2008. I have taught courses on social media and digital communications, and have assisted with business and labor contract negotiations. I have years of management experience from a Fortune 500 company, and have in-depth knowledge and specialized training in both the private and public sectors. I provide counseling and coaching in the business sector as well as with personal matters, family life, and religious subjects.

Networking

I engage with others and foster collaborative and productive conversations on multiple social media platforms and via an email newsletter. I create content and share relevant information to my followers to create value and consumer loyalty. I create and curate relevant and timely information for my tribe.

My Portfolio

My online property is the Scripted Genius Network, which consists of a parenting blog (Dadlib), theology site (JewBrew), book and product reviews (Reviews by J), my personal blog (Yonitude), and, of course, this profile page. Additional history is available on LinkedIn.

Let’s Chat

Want to know more about me? Complete and submit this brief form to send me a message or professional inquiry, or find me on my social networks below to connect. Please note – I try to get back to everyone within twenty-four hours, but I’m shomer shabbos, so sometimes I can’t make that happen. Thanks for understanding!