Roni Rosenthal was born and raised in Haifa, Israel. Over the past 15 years she has been working both as a Judaic/Hebrew teacher and as an education director. Roni started working with children as a guide at the early age of 16 at the "Tzofim" (a group of Israeli scouts). When she was 21 years old she was given her first opportunity to be a school director. She has been teaching ulpan classes in the Potomac/Rockville area and sociology and Hebrew classes for college students at the Univ. of Haifa. Roni holds a Bachelor’s degree (1998) with a double-major in education and sociology and a master’s degree (2001) in education (Hebrew literature) and sociology. Roni also has a great interest in writing and editing. So far, she has published 4 books. She also established a newspaper in 2007 in the DC metro area for Hebrew readers called, "Washington." She was a writer and a chief editor for this newspaper.