Rabbi Binyomin Segal completed his Bachelor of Art degree in Talmudic study at the Hebrew Theological College of Skokie, IL. He pursued a career in computer programming, and was responsible for the programming of Davka’s first educational software for the Apple Macintosh. In 1989, he returned to his studies and earned Rabbinical Ordination from Rav Michel Twerski of Milwaukee in 1991. For over twenty years, he worked extensively with the National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY), and ran an alternative high school and outreach program for at-risk Jewish teens and their families. He began teaching at Ida Crown Jewish Academy in 1993. While there he earned a M.Ed. from Loyola University Chicago in 2000 and a Ed.D. in 2005. As an adjunct, he taught courses in education at both National Louis and Loyola Chicago. In 2015, he became the Instructional Technology Coordinator for Ida Crown. He teaches Tanach courses in the morning, and an elective STEM class to seniors in the afternoon.