Evening of Honor
Save the Date for March 10, 2024!
Evening of Honor, a long running AJA tradition, is a time for our connected community to gather and celebrate individuals who have dedicated their time and passion to our school and community.
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Our 2024 Honorees
Davi Kutner, Honoree
Davi Kutner and his wife Renee (AJA/Yeshiva Atlanta alum) are the proud parents of one AJA graduate (class of 2023) and two current AJA students. Davi has served on AJA's Board of Trustees and Finance Committee since 2020, is a past chair of the Development Committee, and was co-chair of the recent Head of School Search Committee. Davi and his family are members of Congregation Ohr HaTorah in Toco Hills (where he was a past President), and he is on active committees for Hillels of Georgia as well as Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. Professionally, Davi has spent the past 20+ years in the Wealth Management industry advising High Net Worth clients on all matters of Financial Planning and Investment Management. He is a Partner of Aprio LLP, and the Managing Director of Aprio Wealth Management. Davi attended day school at the San Diego Jewish Academy, and graduated from Emory University.
Robin Maron, Volunteer of the Year
Robin and her husband Avery Maron are proud parents of two current AJA students. Robin has been an active PTA Board member since 2021. She served as VP of the PTA during the 2022-2023 school year and is currently PTA Co-President. She resides with her family in Dunwoody where they are members of Congregation Ariel and The Dunwoody Minyan. Robin was born in Knoxville, Tennessee and lived there until moving with family to Dunwoody in 1993. She graduated from Emory University with degrees in Art History, Political Science, and Studio Art before moving to New York to pursue her graduate degree. Professionally, Robin has over 11 years experience working and volunteering in Jewish education. She is passionate about Jewish education and is proud member of the AJA community.
Yael Katz, Educator of the Year
Morah Yael is originally from Haifa, Israel and moved to Miami, Florida when she was very young. Every other summer her family would travel to Israel to stay with her Sabba in his small house that was FULL of love, tradition and spirituality.
A love for Israel and Judaism was sealed in Morah Yael each summer and she loves bringing this joy and pride to her classroom!