Bitya has served as the principal of the ultra-Orthodox mamlachti Bnot Yerushalim School in Jerusalem since 2014. Bitya develops programs tailored to ultra-Orthodox girls and teens, and combines high level religious studies with secular subjects including technology. Earlier in her career, Bitya worked as the director of special education kindergartens and as an instructor for special education kindergartens teachers on behalf of the Ministry of Education. Bitya also volunteered for Em Ha'Banim (mother of boys), an organization that offers support to mothers and single parent families.
Bitya lives in the Bait Va'Gan neighborhood of Jerusalem with her husband, Aharon, and five children aged 9 through 19. In her free time, she likes to travel to new and interesting places in Israel and abroad.
Bitya holds both a master's degree in educational systems administration and a bachelor’s degree in special education from Jerusalem College. She also studied pedagogical management at the Avnei Rosha Institute.