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: Sustainability,Water Experts,Arts & Culture
Topics: Positively Israel & College Campuses,Complimentary Speakers,JNF Action Areas ,Sustainability,Science, Technology & Innovation
Born and raised in Jerusalem, Hanni always saw herself as an educator and holds a B.A in Education.
Topics: Science, Technology & Innovation,Sustainability,JNF Action Areas
Ido Reichman-Eisikovits is JNF’s Green Horizons liaison, where he works to cultivate leadership in thousands of Israeli youth.
Topics: Middle Eastern Relations,Sustainability
Topics: Sustainability,Science, Technology & Innovation
Dr. Michael Ben-Eli is founder of the Sustainability Laboratory, established in order to address urgent sustainability challenges facing the planet by creating and demonstrating effective tools for catalyzing positive change.
Michael M. Cohen
Topics: Middle Eastern Relations,Positively Israel & College Campuses,Sustainability
Rabbi Michael M. Cohen is a graduate of the University of Vermont where he received the History Award, and graduated in 1980 with honors for his work on Lenin’s Theory of Self-Determination and the Muslims of the Soviet Union.
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.
Topics: Sustainability,US-Israel Relations
Noam Dolgin is a leading expert in Israel environment and in Jewish environmental education for children, teens or adults.
Topics: Sustainability,Positively Israel & College Campuses,JNF Action Areas
Ofir Fisher was born in South Africa in 1976 to Tova and Broadway Star Dudu Fisher.