Zipi currently serves as the vice president of the Yated Neeman newspaper, Israel's best-selling ultra-Orthodox newspaper. In this role, she is responsible for marketing, advertising and sales, as well as managing the newspaper's employees. Zipi started working for the newspaper in 1986 and has since served at a number of different positions, including marketing manager, VP of marketing and head of human resources.Zipi developed the newspaper’s national distribution which helped to make Yated Neeman Israel’s primary ultra-Orthodox newspaper selling more than140 thousand copies each week, and reaches audiences from all walks of life in religious-Zionist and ultra-Orthodox society.
Zipi lives in Peta Tiqva with her husband, rabbi Moshe Rotlevy, a Talmid Chacham and educator. She is a mother of three and grandmother of eight. She volunteers as chairwoman of the women's forum of the Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center.
Zipi graduated from the Beit Yaakov Seminar in Bnei Brak. She has a teaching certificate from the Seminar and also graduated from a mediation course in Bar Ilan University.