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Sheatufim Team

Meet our team of proffesionals

Team

The Sheatufim team


Shlomo Dushi

Shlomo Dushi

Executive Director

Shlomo Dushi is a former director of Zionism 2000 and the Israel Scouts movement. He also served as the scouts' chief delegate in North America.  He has widespread experience in working and forging collaborations with business and social organizations and government agencies. He has an M.A. in Public Policy and a B.A. in Psychology from Tel Aviv University. dushi@sheatufim.org.il

Inbar Hurvitz

Inbar Hurvitz

Deputy Executive Director

Inbar has extensive knowledge and experience in leading cross-sector partnerships at both the local and national levels. During a stay in the United States, Inbar worked at the Jewish Federation of San Francisco, and later at consulting firms conducting applied research and strategic planning for nonprofits and foundations in California. Before joining Sheatufim, Inbar was the director of the Tirat Carmel Community Foundation, where she spearheaded innovative models of local social entrepreneurship and cross-sector collaboration. In her previous role in Sheatufim, Inbar was the director of Collective Impact and of 5*2 – STEM Excellence Initiative. She has an M.A. in Political Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and an MPP from the UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy. inbar@sheatufim.org.il

Miri Yaacobi-Horowitz

Miri Yaacobi-Horowitz

Director of Cross-Sector Dialog

Miri has been working at Sheatufim since the year it was established. She set up the organization's first website, data and knowledge bases, and professional toolboxes, as well as its knowledge development infrastructure. In her previous position, Miri managed knowledge development processes at Sheatufim, including the formulation of a social management theory. From 2006 to 2011, Miri was the deputy editor of the journal Civil Society and the Third Sector in Israel. In the past, she also worked as a researcher at the Israel Center for Third Sector Research, in addition to being active in and volunteering for the Dror Israel movement. Miri has a M.A. in Public Policy and Administration from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, graduating with honors in the Nonprofit Management track, and a B.Ed. from Beit Berl Academic College. miri@sheatufim.org.il

Dr. Michal Rom

Dr. Michal Rom

Research and Knowledge Development Director

Michal has been associated with Sheatufim since 2008, during which time she has written a variety of reviews and professional tools for the organization. Additionally, for the last ten years she has been working as an adjunct lecturer and researcher in the Sociology Department and Gender Studies Program at Bar-Ilan University, as well as the Communications and Behavioral Sciences Departments at Sapir College and Kinneret College. In the past she was also a marketing and advertising executive, including manager of the research and strategic planning departments at two advertising firms. In that capacity, she was instrumental in establishing Interactive – an online advertising company. Alongside her above pursuits, Michal also wrote a doctoral dissertation on the subject of marital names in Israel. A book based on her research, entitled Feminism, Family and Identity in Israel: Women's Marital Names, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2011, whose Hebrew edition is nearing completion. In recent years Michal has been engaged in writing, conducting and supervising academic and non-academic qualitative research studies, both in Israel and abroad. She has a B.A. in Business Administration and Sociology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a M.B.A. from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, and a Ph.D. in Gender Studies from Bar-Ilan University. michal@sheatufim.org.il

 

Orna Barbivai

Orna Barbivai

Director of the Corporate-Pilanthropic Fund for National Initiatives

Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Orna Barbivai filled numerous human resources posts in the IDF and was a trailblazer in many core positions, thereby paving an equal and facilitating career path for other women army officers. In 2011, she was appointed Head of the Manpower Directorate, setting another precedent by being the first and only woman to have the rank of general in the IDF. In that capacity she played an active role in the IDF's senior command, bearing overall responsibility for managing the human resource aspect of the army's active duty and reserve personnel in a manner that guarantees the force's ability to meet every challenge. As head of the Manpower Directorate and the person in charge of implementing the "people's army" model, Orna also spearheaded critical, national-level strategic processes which entailed finding solutions for technological needs, drafting ultra-Orthodox men, advancing special groups in the population, and developing a quantitative and qualitative command cadre in both normal times and states of emergency. As a female trailblazer in Israel, she lit one of the torches at the Independence Day ceremony in 5774 (2014), whose theme was The Era of Women. Orna has a B.A. in the Humanities and Social Sciences, a M.A. in Political Science, and is a graduate of the IDF's National Security College.  orna.b@sheatufim.org.il

Ifat Bernstein

Ifat Bernstein

Director of the 5x2 Periphery Project

For about 20 years, Ifat filled a number of senior positions in the IDF in the field of training design and management, she also was a team commander at the Command and Staff College. While doing so, she gained extensive experience in management, strategic planning and executive development, in addition to leading complex change. Following her release from the army at the rank of lieutenant colonel, she worked for "Lotem", managing the project of establishing the the National College of Leadership, Government and Management at the Civil Service Commission. Ifat has a B.A. in International Relations and a M.A. in Behavioral Sciences. ifat@sheatufim.org.il

Orna Somech

Orna Somech

Partnerships manager, The 5X2 Initiative

Orna has over 20 years of experience in organization consultation and human resources management, 15 of them in Israeli high-tech companies. Among her recent positions:  VP, HR at "Time to Know", Human Resources director at Indigo Division of HP, Director of human resources at Nova Measuring Instruments, Ltd., and an organization consultant for various high-tech companies in Israel. Orna holds a B.SC in Mathematics and M.SC in Organizational Behavior, Both from Tel Aviv University. orna.s@sheatufim.org.il

Ayala Hurvitz

Ayala Hurvitz

Digital Media Manager

Before joining Sheatufim, Ayala managed Internet and social media platforms for various companies, public institutions and third sector organizations. She previously worked as a Sections manager and editor at the newspaper Calcalist, and prior to that was a business and marketing correspondent and editor for the NRG website and Maariv daily newspaper. Ayala has a B.A. in Communications and Sociology and an M.A. in Communications, with a specialty in media, from Haifa University.ayala@sheatufim.org.il

Liat Govrin

Liat Govrin

Director of Programs for Social CEOs

Liat is an organizational consultant. She has a background and experience in education and public information, gained while working in the IDF and in the field of Jewish-Israeli culture. She has also managed and developed training programs for global business organizations. Liat has done organizational consulting and facilitated group and individual processes in the social and corporate sectors. She earned an M.A. in Organizational Consulting and Development from the College of Management Academic Studies, with a specialty in intra-organizational consulting and human resources. She also has a B.A. in Biblical Studies and Sociology and Anthropology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. liat@sheatufim.org.il

Shahaf Merhav

Shahaf Merhav

Cross-Sector Dialog Coordinator

Shahaf has a M.A. in Political Communication from Bar-Ilan University. Before coming to Sheatufim, she served as a parliamentary advisor and spokesperson at the Israeli Knesset as well as an event and conference coordinator at the Center for International Communication. In the latter position, Shahaf led and ran workshops and gatherings for members of the Knesset, government offices and private organizations, whose aim was to enhance Israel's image around the world. Thanks to the various positions she filled, Shahaf has extensive experience in leading and managing inter-government strategic processes and in organizing government and public events. shahaf@sheatufim.org.il

Adi Shiling Glazer

Adi Shiling Glazer

Administrative Director

Adi began her professional career as a marketing communications professional at global pharmaceutical companies. She later managed a healthy lifestyle social-educational program for children in the school system. Her next position was at Tel Aviv University's Public Affairs Division. Adi has a B.A. in Biotechnology and an M.A. in Business Administration. adi@sheatufim.org.il

Emebet David

Emebet David

Administrative Coordinator

In the previous positions she filled, Emebet gained a lot of experience working with teens and new immigrants in diverse community settings. At Sheatufim, she coordinated the activities of Hamerhav – the impact sphere of the Ethiopian community in Israel – where she was entrusted with its operational aspects and coordinating the communications between the Hamerhav members and with Sheatufim. Emebet is currently an administrative coordinator at Sheatufim, responsible for integrating the operations of the different fields the organization is engaged in. She studied Education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is now a third-year law student at Netanya Academic College. emebet@sheatufim.org.il

Shahar Rosenak

Shahar Rosenak

5x2 Initiative Coordinator

Shahar has a B.A. in General History and in Jewish History from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. While still a student, she worked as a research assistant in the Department of History at the Open University. Prior to joining the Sheatufim team, she served as a tour guide coordinator and guide at the International School for Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem. That position enabled Shahar to gain extensive experience in developing and implementing educational programs and in working with youth and many other groups. shahar@sheatufim.org.il