Dr. Farrah’s career spans almost 40 years as a leader in the public and private sectors. Her extensive experience in the field of education ranges from preschool to post-graduate and continuing studies work. She has served in various positions and posts including teacher, principal, university faculty, executive director long established philanthropy, headmaster, executive director of private schools, superintendent of schools, Corporate Director of Education, Training and Development for Merv Griffin’s Resorts International Corporation of 7800 employees in the Bahamas, Florida and Atlantic City working as well with Donald Trump and his company. Dr. Farrah served as headmaster of a Montessori school, a school for the gifted and talented, as a professor at Brooklyn College in New York, and at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and was visiting professor at New England College, Henniker, New Hampshire and Florida Atlantic University. She also manages several personal entrepreneurial investment ventures.
Dr. Farrah received her Bachelors Degree in Foreign Languages, her Masters Degree in Russian Area Studies and Sixth Year Advanced Certificate in the English Language Arts from Brooklyn College and her doctorate in Education and School Business Management from Rutgers University. She was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and has received numerous recognitions and awards, Fellow in the Sloan Kettering IDEA New York Women’s Press Club for publications and community service from the Atlantic City Education Foundation, where she has served as its president. She was awarded Advisor of the Year at New England College and Outstanding Education Professor of the Year at Florida Atlantic University. She received the Presidential Recognition for distinguished Community Service from Rotary International and was one of the first women inducted as a Rotarian worldwide.
Active in professional community, educational and charitable organizations, Dr. Farrah served politically as well, on the Ahwatukee and Tempe Chambers of Commerce, East Valley Partnership, and the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement of Arizona.
She has been keynote speaker for several organizations and universities including the Milken Family Foundation and The Fortune 500 CFO Forums. Dr. Farrah is known for her New York wit and enthusiasm and motivational ability, as well as her diverse influence.