Benjamin is married to Nehama Schondorf; they have two children: Leah 10, and Levi, 7.
“On a daily basis, I work as CEO of Viral Solutions and First-Class Healthcare (a correctional medicine group). I perform both administrative and patient-care duties in this course of work. I try to keep a fairly regimented morning: every day I drop my kids at school and go straight to the gym. This prepares me for the day ahead. Typically, I will work until 5-7 p.m. My hobbies include exercise and woodworking. I coach Little League baseball as well at Medlock Park, which I really enjoy.
“I am proud of the business we’ve built and the good we’ve been able to foster in the community,” he said. “And though it is a very recent development, I’m already proud of the work we are doing in the correctional medicine space to provide humane, equitable care to incarcerated people.
“This is a great honor, and I think if you asked my mother, perhaps the greatest honor. I am thankful for the recognition, though recognition is not why I do what I do. I wish for continued blessing for the Atlanta Jewish community.”