Topics: Arts & Culture
Topics: Science, Technology & Innovation,US-Israel Relations ,Israel Economy,Middle Eastern Relations
Chuck Freilich was a deputy national security adviser in Israel. He is now a senior fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government where he specializes in Middle Eastern affairs, US-Middle East policy and Israeli national security policy.
Topics: US-Israel Relations ,Positively Israel & College Campuses,JNF Action Areas ,Complimentary Speakers
Dar Nadler is the Jewish National Fund Israel Emissary “Shlicha” to New England and the Capital District.
Topics: Complimentary Speakers,US-Israel Relations ,Positively Israel & College Campuses
Deborah Gastfreund Schuss is an award-winning reporter and the recipient of a journalism fellowship that supported her graduate education at the Harvard Kennedy School.
Topics: Science, Technology & Innovation,Arts & Culture,Sustainability
Referred to as the “birth-mother” of the Jewish environmental movement, Rabbi Ellen Bernstein is founder of Shomrei Adamah, Keepers of the Earth, the first national Jewish environmental organization.
Topics: JNF Action Areas
Larry is actively involved in the Jewish Community.
Topics: Science, Technology & Innovation,Middle Eastern Relations,Sustainability,Water Experts,Positively Israel & College Campuses
Miriam May is a respected nonprofit and for-profit leader. She is executive director of the Arava Institute, an Israeli academic program that empowers its students to work towards solving today’s most pressing environmental challenges.