Ronit Jacobs (formerly Ronit Moritz)
Graduated in September 2010
After completing her B.A in communication disorders at Rutgers College, Ronit moved to Israel where she fulfilled her requirements at Tel Aviv University to attain her license as an SLP, subsequently working in special education settings, as well as treatment centers such as the Milman Center in Haifa. Returning to the US eleven years later, she enrolled at Lehman College to complete her M.A. and graduated in September of 2010. Presently, she is working in the North Plainfield School District in New Jersey. Ronit lives in Westfield, NJ with her husband, two teenage daughters and their dog, Bella. She enjoys weekend hikes with Bella, catching up on classics she missed along the years and indie films.
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