Mrs Aronin began her career as a volunteer in a 2nd grade and 5th grade classroom in New Orleans, LA as a teacher assistant with the organization Mission Year. Her experiences that year shaped her heart into dedicating her life and career to urban education. Over the next four years, she was asked to be a 5th and 6th grade teacher in New Orleans, LA at KIPP: McDonogh 15 School for the creative arts where she taught 5th and 6th grade special education, social studies, and reading.
Moving back to her original New Orleans neighborhood to continue investing in the community she grew to love during her volunteer year, Mrs. Aronin taught 3rd and 4th grade. In 2015, she became the reading specialist for Bricolage Academy, dedicating time to a school that invests in maker principles and racial/economic equity.
She came on board as a Teaching Fellow in 2017, as her husband and three boys made a cross country move to be closer to family in Milwaukee and Michigan.
Ms. Aronin earned a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies from The Robert B. Miller College in Battle Creek, MI in 2007 and in 2014 she received her Masters of Education from Liberty University.