Rebekah Murphy Immitt graduated Cum Laude from Monmouth University in 2002 with dual degrees: Bachelor of Science in Special Education K-12 and a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education K-8.
In 2002, Rebekah began her teaching career at School For Children (Hawkswood School) a private special education school in Eatontown, New Jersey working with children with Multiple Disabilities and on the Autism Spectrum. Rebekah taught for ten years.
In 2002, Rebekah began working part time as a Developmental Interventionist for Family Resource Associates, a state funded early intervention company. She worked with infants and toddlers teaching prerequisite skills for language development, play skills, and providing parents with behavior management strategies to help meet the needs of their children.
In 2005, Rebekah started Babies To Backpacks, working privately in homes supporting and teaching families with a wide variety of educational, life skill, and behavior management supports.
In 2007, Rebekah began working as a speaker providing CEU in-services and workshops to town schools, private preschool programs, the YMCA and NJAEYC (NJ Association for the Education of Young Children)., NJPFA New Jersey Pediatric Feeding Associates, Abilities in Action.
In 2009, Rebekah graduated Magna Cum Laude from The University of Phoenix with a Masters Degree in Early Childhood Development.
In 2010, Rebekah took on the role as supervisor of the infant autism program at Family Resource Associates. She adapted and implemented a state accredited autism program and conducted in-services with the staff.