Raised in Connecticut, Rebekah Meyers Aronson graduated from Sarah Lawrence College and began her career as a pre-school/kindergarten teacher at Trevor Day School on New York’s Upper East Side, but after three years jumped at an opportunity to work in the television industry. During that time, Rebekah worked at a number of small television production companies in New York City as well as at Martha Stewart Living, Lifetime and AMC.
In her last position, she was the Project Director and Producer at MAGNA Global Entertainment (a division of Interpublic Group of Companies) where she managed the development and production of branded content on network and cable television for clients such as Johnson & Johnson, Lowe’s and Coca-Cola. Rebekah has since turned her attention to more local projects, specializing in the promotion of small businesses, individuals, and non-profit community organizations here in the Hudson Valley.
Rebekah is the mother of 10-year old Julia Aronson, a current member of the Silver Class at Spectrum Services. Rebekah was introduced to the school in early 2015 when Julia participated in one of the school’s weekly social skill classes. Julia began attending the school full-time in the summer of 2016.
Since the very beginning, the team at Spectrum Services has provided a supportive, safe, and loving environment that has allowed her daughter to thrive. Spectrum Services has also given the family much needed guidance and has proven to be a priceless resource.