AIE specializes in providing relevant and practical English courses and workshops at all levels, focusing on the client's most critical needs and common mistakes.
Janet Agassi, AIE’s founder and director, has vast knowledge in the field of teaching both business English and everyday English, supplemented by her extensive experience as a journalist and TV news producer for two major American television networks, and as former director of public affairs for a global pharmaceutical company.
Born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio, Janet holds a BA in journalism and political science from the University of Michigan, where she graduated with honors. Upon graduation, she worked for the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite in Washington, DC., followed by five years as a researcher and associate producer for the prestigious documentary program, “60 Minutes.” In 1982, she moved to Israel after being hired by ABC News as the Jerusalem bureau producer, during which she covered major news stories in both Israel and the Middle East. She also worked as a freelance journalist, writing numerous articles about life in Israel. Following her journalism career, Janet served as Director of Public Affairs at the Israeli headquarters of the global pharmaceutical company, Merck & Co.
Janet’s background and English expertise, coupled with her long-term experience working closely with a large number of Israeli executives and businesses, led her to establish All In English (AIE). Recognizing the growing need of companies for effective and relevant English training, and as a Hebrew speaker herself, Janet provides a special understanding of her clients’ personal and professional needs. Her long list of customers attests to her “special touch.”
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Volunteer Work - Extensive volunteer and charity work for a variety of causes and organizations that aid the needy and the disadvantaged; spearheading numerous projects for battered women, holocaust survivors and children at risk.
“Emmy” Award Nomination, 1979 - National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, New York
Nominated for an Emmy for “Outstanding Program Achievement” for the CBS News, “60 Minutes” investigation of fraud in the American fast-food industry.
Actress in the movie, “Delta Force,” - 1985
Played a bit part as a TV news anchor in the feature film, “Delta Force,” filmed in Israel and starring Chuck Norris.