Phramaha Surasak Suramedhi is currently a Pali teacher of Wat Isaan Buddhist School, aspecial lecturer in English and Buddhism at Bunwattana School 1, Secretary of Wat Isaan Buddhist School, the director of the Project of Learning Buddhism In English at Wat Isaan, Nakhon Ratchasima and so on. He is a fourth year student of the Faculty of Humanities, Majoring in English at MahachulalongkornrajavidyalayaUniversityNakhonratchasimaCampus and a third year student of the Faculty of Buddhism, Majoring in Buddhist Studies at Dhammakaya Open University, California, USA. He was born in 1984 at Ban Sakon, Kapcheong District, Surin Province,Thailand. He was ordained as a novice at the age of 12 years and later entered the monkhood when he was 21 years old.In 2000, he passed the highest level of the traditional Dhamma Studies (Nak Dhamma Eak) from Wat Klang Surin Buddhist School, Surin.In 2003, he gained the first prize from the Contest of Academic Skills of the Ecclesiastical Region XI (Nakhonratchasima, Chaiya Phoom, Buriram, Surin, and Srisaket). In the same year, he finished high school level with the first class from Pariyattikosolviddaya School, Surin. In 2004, he was invited to participate in World Youth Peace Summit Asia – Pacific at United Nations, Bangkok.In 2006, he passed the fourth level of the traditional Pali studies (Parian Dhamma 4) from Wat Isaan Buddhist School.