Amy Zewe (formerly Amy Teufel Rofail) is the CEO of Alseata, Inc. (WOSB) and an adjunct university professor of business communications and humanities courses. Amy’s endeavors include her work as a communications and business development consulting specialist, writing and editing for a wide variety of organizations, and consulting on business optimization strategies.
Amy has participated in two study tours of Israel and completed her master’s thesis on human rights in the Modern State of Israel. Amy holds a master’s degree in Humanities with an emphasis on political philosophy from Tiffin University. She also holds a graduate degree in professional writing from The George Washington University, and undergraduate degrees in Political Science from Azusa Pacific University and Biblical Studies from Columbia Bible College and Seminary (Bodenseehof, Germany campus).
Amy’s heart for the Jewish people and the nation of Israel manifested during her childhood when she studied the Old Testament at her evangelical church on Long Island, NY. She proudly declares herself a Christian Zionist. Her passion for combatting antisemitism, the Boycott, Divest and Sanction (BDS) movement, as well as media and political bias worldwide has led her to The Jerusalem Connection.
It was a divine appointment in 2008 when Amy, on her second study tour of Israel, met up with Marilyn Henretty of The Jerusalem Connection, who introduced her to Dr. James Hutchens. Dr. Hutchens invited her to contribute articles to the ministry publication, The Jerusalem Connection Report. Amy began working with The Jerusalem Connection in 2008 writing print articles and contributing video reports since 2012.
Amy enjoys supporting the cause by engaging in various events in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia, where she resides with her family since 1998. Amy’s family includes three adult children living and working in the area (one in medical school) and a husband in the IT industry working exclusively in the DoD sector.