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: Complimentary Speakers,JNF Action Areas
Past President of the Printing Industries of New England and the Graphic Arts Credit Union, Michael Blank (Boston, MA) currently oversees his family’s commercial properties in Boston.
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.