Mrs. Ayellet Moas has over 18 years of experience serving individuals with special needs. She has worked in NYC for 14 years as a special education teacher. In 2010, she graduated from Long Island University with a master’s degree in Special Education. In 2017, she graduated from Hunter College with a master’s degree in Leadership Education. She currently holds a license in teaching exceptional students and a license in educational leadership from Florida. In 2022, she completed a graduate certificate in ABA from Arizona State University. She currently holds an RBT license and will be sitting to take the BCBA Board Exam this year.
Mrs. Sosha Gottlieb has over 28 years of experience as a principal and administrator in Special Education in the New York City Public School system, as well as an additional 12 years of experience as a Special Education teacher. She received her SAS (Administrator) designation from Long Island University, as well as her Master's in Special Education from Adelphi University. She has been awarded for her excellence in administration, has developed programs and curricula for students from early childhood through adult occupational training, and has led parent support groups, as part of her mission to provide support for her students at all levels.
Mrs. Tziporah Tabi has over 13 years of experience in the Special Education space. With a Master's in Special and General Education, Mrs. Tabi is skilled in weaving multi-sensory and social skills development into her interactive instruction. In her daily differentiation, Mrs. Tabi finds a way to reach each child.
Malkie holds a BA in psychology, and has a knack for helping students learn through different modalities. With her bubbly personality and ready smile, Malkie is truly a favorite among JEMS students.
Dalya works closely with each student to ensure they understand what they are learning, and tries to help them overcome barriers to success. She is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Special Education.