Jolie Schwab had a 20-year career as an entertainment lawyer at ABC television, the Law Firm of Proskauer Rose and Cablevision’s Rainbow Program Enterprises, before turning her professional efforts toward improving public education in New York City. She currently chairs Replications, Inc., an organization that creates new public middle- and high schools in New York and Baltimore. She created and implemented programs to bring corporate and business support to the New York City Public Schools as Director of Special Projects at Pencil, Inc, served as President of the parent body of a large specialized public high school in New York City and participated in the NYC school mentoring program. She is on the Arts Council of Brandeis University and has served on the Board of Directors of inMotion, an organization providing legal services to women and children in domestic crisis. She is a graduate of Brandeis University and Columbia Law School. Jolie joined the AJWS board of trustees in 2009.
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