Zack is a teacher and city council member in Spokane, WA. After finishing his undergraduate studies at Georgetown University, Zack moved back to Washington state to improve the education system in rural eastern Washington. While teaching middle school English and history, Zack also created student civic programs like mock trial, youth legislature, and a trip to Washington, D.C. He studied abroad in Madrid and was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Colombia, where he taught at a university. Zack received a Master in Public Affairs degree at Princeton, where he studied domestic policy with a focus on inequality and anti-poverty programs. At the beginning of the pandemic, he stepped up to serve his community, serving over 100,000 meals in six months to residents in need. In 2021, Zack was elected to Spokane City Council. He currently teaches high school English part-time and serves on council. Zack is proficient in Spanish. He has previously led Putney programs in Costa Rica, Peru, Ecuador, Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji.