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Born in Los Angeles, California, Ronit was raised with a determination for success. Graduating at the top of her class while in high school, she obtained a full scholarship to George Washington University. That said, Ronit left the familiarity of Los Angeles and moved to Washington D.C. where she would spend the next four years earning a B.A. in Economics and International Relations. With a degree in hand, Ronit bid her farewells to Washington D.C. and headed for New York City. It was over there that she began working as an operations manager at Joseph & Herzfeld LLP, a law firm that specialized in cases relating to workplace discrimination and harassment. She held her position there for almost three years before resigning and aiming for something higher. Her ambitions took her to Herzliya, Israel. It was there that she studied at IDC Herzliya, a private institute for higher education. Most of her two years there was spent in their Interdisciplinary Center where she garnered an MA in Governance and Counter Terrorism. After getting her MA, Ronit moved to Jerusalem for a year and worked as a research and policy intern at the Foreign Trade Administration. Her work in Jerusalem eventually took her to Shandong, China on the other side of the world. She worked at the Israel China Institute as an economic research analyst. After working there for one year, Ronit again set out to expand her education. This time she headed south to Shanghai to attend the prestigious Fudan University. After two years of studying she got a second MA in Economics. Her time in China was a huge game changer in her life. It was during this time that she learned about cryptocurrencies, met her future husband and eventually would garner the idea to go into business for herself. That said, Ronit would go on to launch an online media powerhouse called Blogglez Media. As of today, cryptocurrencies is on the forefront of her mind. They have been of interest to her since 2011. Given how quickly virtual currency has risen to prominence, Ronit believes without a shadow of doubt that they have potential for mass adoption. When Ronit isn’t working long hours at the office, she is usually living life to the fullest with her husband and two children.
Koby’s life has seen him living everywhere from Israel to China, but his story began down under in Melbourne, Australia. He got his early education at Leibler Yavneh College, a prestigious school in the Melbourne suburb of Elsternwick. The twelve year school with its expanded curriculum and community service requirements equipped Koby with the tools for life he’d need to fulfill his passions. After completing his final years at Leibler Yavneh College, Koby went on to study at Deakin University. He majored in accounting and finance and got a minor in commercial law. These choices of study would end up being crucial factors for his success later in life. After studying in Deakin for four years, Koby would soon move onto bigger and better things. Upon graduating from Deakin, Koby would find himself in Shanghai, China. It took time to adapt to the drastic change in culture, but through networking and studying basic Mandarin, the country would soon open its arms to him. He became a managing director for the company Solrox. He’d have years of success with the company and built a fulfilling life for himself in China. After seven years in China, Koby found himself ready to move on. He had come to the country with a mind for business and left having made a personal and professional success out of himself. Now married, Koby found himself moving onto Los Angeles, California. In some aspects, Los Angeles brought about more culture shock for him than China, but the drive outshined the awkwardness and Koby was able to thrive in the new city. It was there that he’d open his very own company. The name of the company was Jobniks. The purpose of the business was to connect nearby business with customers and connect customers with businesses. After two years of making connections, Koby would shut down Jobniks and delve into his next venture. This time it was Blogglez Media. The dynamic and data driven website proved to be one of the fastest growing media companies in 2017. The socially engaging content had touched millions of people around the globe and had put Blogglez Media on the map as a media powerhouse. Most recently, Koby has found himself taken in by the world craze that is cryptocurrency. With that in mind, he decided to launch Cryptolerance, a website that will keep the masses updated on all the latest cryptocurrency news.
Having grown up and in Southern California, Michael developed very early a passion for cinema, theater and the written word. He attended Pasadena City College from 2008 to 2011 and majored in theater technology. Being a people person and a huge fan of ever changing backdrops, naturally theater seemed like the perfect career for him. As college came to its end his interest in the theater began to dwindle and other passions began to take hold. Although his final year in school revolved around the stage, Michael practiced writing with his friends on the side. He alway had a love for literature and during college it grew out of control as he discovered more and more amazing authors. He began getting involved in the local poetry and literature communities in LA and was soon recognized as someone who had talent. When college came to an end Michael put himself full force into his writing. Through the years he managed to get short stories published in a number of local zines, yet with time all things changed. The desire to continue living as a starving artist waned and he knew he had to make some major changes. After years of using writing as a means to artistically express himself, he decided to take a more professional turn. For the past three years he has been delving into the world of content writing. Whether it be product descriptions, tourist info or covering recent events in the news, he has done it. He has also had a hand in translating and editing. One of the most excited aspects of this change is direction was seeing a different side to his long time passion. Michael never would have imagined that could have written something that wasn’t poetry or a short story, but alas he had successfully made the transition from art to professionalism. When he isn’t at the office, Michael is likely working on his latest art project, going on adventures with friends or planning my next trip abroad. Aside from that, he is also into volunteering. Recently, he has garnered a huge interest in cryptocurrencies, but not exactly from an investment standpoint. What he finds most interesting is seeing the slow transformation from one societal norm to the next. Most didn’t know about cryptocurrency five year ago and now it’s making headlines. In the next five years everyone is likely going to have a hand in it.