Rachel Rosner has worked as a speech-language pathologist in the District of Columbia Public Schools for the past five years where she primarily worked with English/Spanish bilingual elementary school students. Rachel earned her B.A. in psychology and Jewish studies and M.A. in hearing and speech sciences from the University of Maryland. Rachel has experience working with students ranging in age from preschool to high school with a variety of speech and language disorders. Rachel is an Atlanta native who recently moved back with her husband and two children after spending the last 10 years in Washington, D.C. Rachel is a GHA/YA alum and proud AJA parent to Hannah who is just finishing Gannon and Evan who will be starting in Kfar in the fall. Rachel is passionate about supporting students in all aspects of their school day from core classes to specials and is looking forward to finding new and creative ways to incorporate Judaic studies into her work as a speech-language pathologist at AJA.