Zachary Naccash graduated from Thomas More College, spring of 2018, and the following fall returned as an Admissions Officer. He grew up in Northern Virginia, and now lives in Manchester, New Hampshire with his wife and son. Before attending Thomas More, he was an active member of the Boy Scouts of America, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. A love of travel and adventure found him teaching in Mexico City, and then working the oilfields of North Dakota.
During his time at Thomas More, he had a particular interest in Aristotle and St. Thomas, and drew from both of these in writing his senior thesis: A Defense of Free Will. Aside from academics he was a charter member of both the St. John Chrysostom Debate Society, as well as the Milk Street Society (a political reading and discussion group).
His interests include, reading, engaging in philosophical and theological debates, cooking, hiking and camping, backpacking, and spending time with his family.
He considers himself privileged to work at an institution which fosters a union of Faith and Reason, through a lived Catholicism and academic rigor.