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 Sheatufim's Governing Board members

Board

Governing Board


Ronny Douek

Ronny Douek

Businessman, the founder and chairman of "Zionism 2000 – for Social Responsibility", a social organization which aims to develop a culture of social responsibility among the civic and business community in Israel. In 1998, Mr. Douek was awarded the "Presidential Award for Volunteerism" for his contribution to the community and in 2004 he was appointed by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon as council chairman of the Anti-Drug Authority in Israel. Mr. Douek also serves as co-chairman on the advisory committee of the UJC Israel and serves as a member of the board of Rashi foundation. Since 2006 Mr. Douek serves as the chairman of "Sheatufim". At the 60th anniversary of the state of Israel Mr. Douek was elected to light a torch on the official ceremony.

Eyal Melamed

Eyal Melamed

Owner and manager of "Mei Golan Wind Energy", a leading supplier of wind power energy production systems. Mr Melamed served as the head of the department for external relations and international cooperation at the Prime Minister's office. Mr. Melamed holds a BA in Economics from Tel Aviv university and graduate courses in management at the "Recanati" business school – Tel Aviv University.

Hagit Bachar

Hagit Bachar

Lawyer by profession, in recent years voluntarily participates in the management of associations ("Education peaks", "Association for children at risk," "Zionism 2000") and consultant to companies in the voluntary contribution to the community. Holds a law degree from the University and a master's degree in philosophy from Tel Aviv university.

Hubert Leven

Hubert Leven

Hubert Hubert Leven, the President of the Rashi Foundation, has headed the organization since its inception in 1984. He also serves as Vice President of Alliance Israelite Universelle and is a KIAH (Kol Israel Haverim) board member in Israel. In his professional life, Hubert was the CEO of a French investment company and served on the executive committee of Source Perrier.  

Itzik Turjeman

Itzik Turjeman

Itzik joined Rashi in 2008 after a long and acclaimed career in the Israel Defense Forces, where he founded and directed the Atidim Program that identifies high-potential students from the periphery and accompanies them through academic studies. As an electronic engineer, he previously served in various positions in the R&D Unit of the Intelligence Corps. Itzik received the Israel Security Award in 1988 and the IDF Intelligence Prize for Creative Thinking in 1999; in 2003 he was awarded an honorary fellowship from the Technion. Itzik serves as CEO of Rashi fund from October 2012.

Judith Yovel Recanati

Judith Yovel Recanati

Judith Yovel Recanati is a leading social activist in Israel who is committed to and strives for a stronger, healthier Israeli society. Judith Yovel Recanati is the co-Founder and Chairperson of NATAL: Israel Trauma Center for Victims of Terror and War, where she has been involved on a daily basis since its establishment in 1998. In 2004, together with her late husband and three daughters, she established the Gandyr Family Foundation, aimed at strengthening Israeli society with special emphasis on young adults and youth movements. Judith is active in organizations that promote philanthropy, including "Committed to Give", the Jewish Funders Network, and the Lion of Judah organization, and serves on the boards of several non-profit Organizations, including the Israel Museum, the Yahel Foundation and Tel Aviv University.
She is the mother of three daughters and grandmother of seven.

Marius Nacht

Marius Nacht

Marius Nacht is an Israeli businessman. In 1990, together with other partners, he founded the cyber security company, Check Point, where he currently serves as Senior Vice President and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors. He is an alumnus of the IDF's Talpiot program, and during his army service earned a B.Sc. in Physics and Mathematics from the Hebrew University, graduating cum laude. Marius also has a M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and Communication Systems from Tel Aviv University.

Rebecca ''Becky'' Caspi

Rebecca "Becky" Caspi

Rebecca Caspi is the senior vice president for global operations of The Jewish Federations of North America, as well as the director general of JFNA’s Israel office, a position she has held since joining the organization in 2007. In this capacity, Rebecca leads a team that serves as the eyes and ears – and often voice – of North American Jewry and the Federation movement in Israel. Rebecca’s department oversees hundreds of projects, missions and other Federation activities in Israel, runs JFNA’s Global Planning Table, leads the liaison with JFNA’s historic partners, organized the 2013 General Assembly (GA) in Jerusalem, represents the movement to the Israeli media and wider public, and interfaces with all levels of the Israeli government.
Prior to joining JFNA, Rebecca worked for over 16 years at the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee where she earned the distinction of being the first woman ever appointed to JDC’s global executive management team. Rebecca has an extensive background in operational management, human resources and financial resource development.
Rebecca holds a BA in Archaeology and Ancient History from the University of Pennsylvania, an MA in Middle Eastern Studies from New York University, and an MBA from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is married with three children and lives in Motza Illit, just outside of Jerusalem.

Robert Goldberg

Robert Goldberg

Bobby Goldberg is a Past Board Chair of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, past National Chairman of the Jewish Federations of North America and currently co-chair of the Ethiopian National Project.  Additionally Goldberg is a past Chairman of Tel Aviv University, a founder of The Agnon School (a Cleveland Jewish day school), a past Chairman of the task force of the Jewish Agency for the Negev and Galilee, and a trustee of the Negev Foundation.  Bobby is an AIPAC supporter and a trustee of Nefesh B'nefesh (which brings alyiah from North America).  He has been instrumental in the development of programs between Cleveland and the IDF base Havat Ha’shomer in Galilee.  Bobby has had a home in Israel since 1969 and was given Honorary Citizenship of Beit Shean.

Ronit Amit

Ronit Amit

Dr. Ronit Amit is the Executive Director of Gandyr Foundation since its establishment in 2004. As part of managing the foundation she is the Chair of The Opportunity Fund for Civic Service, an independent philanthropic consortium of Israeli and North American partners. She was also a faculty teacher in The Center for the Study of Philanthropy- The Hebrew University. Before establishing Gandyr Foundation she managed several nonprofit organizations, and most recently was the C.E.O of Adler Institute.
Dr. Amit also has vast experience in the business sector, especially in hi-tech companies, including a vice presidency tenure in Human Resources and membership in senior management teams.
Ronit holds a Doctoral degree from the School of Human Sciences and Education, University of Derby, U.K. The topic of her recent research his: How Grant Making Foundations Use Strategic Processes and Whether This Defines Them as “Strategic Foundations".

Toni Young

Toni Young

Toni chairs The Jewish Federations of North America's Center for Jewish Philanthropy and is a Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees. She is a past chair of Israel Initiatives formerly known as P2K, as well as Global Operations: Israel & Overseas Coordinating Council.
Ms. Young was the first woman to serve as the President of the Jewish Federation of Delaware. She has variously chaired Delaware's annual campaign, Israel Emergency campaign, allocations committee, Endowment Committee and has served as co-chair of strategic planning.