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 Sheatufim's Governing Board members

Board

Governing Board


Ronny Douek

Ronny Douek

Ronny is a social entrepreneur and a businessman, founder and Chairman of “Sheatufim” and of “Zionism 2000 – for Social Responsibility”- a non-profit organization aiming to develop a culture of social responsibility among the civic and business community in Israel. Ronny also served as co-chairman on the advisory committee of UJC Israel, a member of the board of Rashi Foundation and as chairman of the Israel Anti-Drug Authority. Ronny was awarded the “Presidential Award for Volunteerism” for his contribution to the community in 1998 and was elected to light a torch on the official ceremony of Israel’s 60th anniversary.

Eyal Melamed

Eyal Melamed

Eyal served for over 30 years in the Israeli defense and intelligence forces, holding a variety of operational and senior command positions. He retired from government service at a rank parallel to Major-General, and is currently an entrepreneur in the renewable energy sector. He serves as a director on the boards of several NGO’s, and as senior consultant to the World Jewish Congress. Eyal holds a degree in Economics and International Relations from Tel Aviv University.

Hagit Behar

Hagit Behar

A lawyer by profession, in recent years Hagit has voluntarily participated in the management of several non-profit associations (Educating for Excellence, Association for Children at Risk, Zionism 2000), and serves as a consultant to companies regarding voluntary contribution to the community. Hagit holds a bachelor’s degree in law and a master’s degree in philosophy from Tel Aviv university.

Hubert Leven

Hubert Leven

Honorary President of the Rashi Foundation. Hubert headed the organization since its inception in 1984 until 2018. 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

tzik served as CEO of the Rashi Foundation from 2012 until 2016. Prior to Rashi, Itzik led a long and acclaimed career in the Israel Defense Forces, in various engineering and managerial positions at the R&D Unit of the Intelligence Corps, and later as founder and director of the Atidim Program that promotes high-potential students from the periphery to academic studies. Itzik also established and managed the social security department in the Ministry of Defense, responsible for the entire relationship between the Israeli defense establishment and Israeli society. 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. 

Judith Yovel Recanati

Judith Yovel Recanati

Judith Yovel Recanati is a leading social activist. In 1998 she co-founded NATAL: Israel Trauma and Resiliency Center, where she is the Chairperson. In 2004, with her late husband, Dr. Israel Yovel, and their three daughters, Judith established the Gander Family Foundation, aimed at strengthening Israeli society with emphasis on young adults. Judith is active in organizations that promote philanthropy, including Sheatufim, “Committed to Give”, Jewish Funders Network, and Lion of Judah. She is mother to three daughters and grandmother to eight.

Marius Nacht

Marius Nacht

Marius is an Anchor Investor at aMoon. In 1993, Marius cofounded Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ:CHKP), a global pioneer of cybersecurity and the largest company in Israel. He is considered one of the founding fathers of Israel’s global cybersecurity industry. Marius holds a BSc, cum laude, in Physics and Mathematics, from Hebrew University, and an MSc in Electrical Engineering and Communications Systems from Tel Aviv University. He is a graduate of the IDF elite Talpiyot technological academy.

Michal Cohen

Michal Cohen

Michal is General Director of the Rashi Foundation. Previously, she served as Director General of the Education Ministry and filled other senior roles in the public service. In her professional career, Michal has led significant, largescale pedagogic and structural reforms and innovative initiatives. Michal holds an MA in Education from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, MA in Law from Bar Ilan University and Organizational Consultation for Education Systems diploma from Tel Aviv University.

Dr. Naama Meiran

Dr. Naama Meiran

Naama is the Director of the Gandyr Foundation. She also serves as a board member of Sheatufim and Keren Mahalach. Naama is a trained organizational psychologist and holds a PhD from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. In the past, she was a lecturer in the Department of Labor Studies at Tel Aviv University, in the Department of Psychology at Ben-Gurion University, and at Achva College. She also provided consultation to leading companies and organizations. Previous roles in the social sector include Director of Programs at Rothschild-Caesarea and then at Gandyr Foundation.

Rebecca ''Becky'' Caspi

Rebecca "Becky" Caspi

Rebecca is the senior vice president, Israel and Overseas of The Jewish Federations of North America, as well as the director general of JFNA’s Israel office. 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, liaises with JFNA’s historic partners, 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.

Robert Goldberg

Robert Goldberg

Bobby is a Past Board Chair of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland, and past National Chairman of the Jewish Federations of North America. Goldberg is also a past Chairman of Tel Aviv University, a founder of The Agnon School (a Cleveland Jewish day school), a past Chairman of the Jewish Agency task force 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 new immigrants from North America). Bobby has had a home in Israel since1969, and was given Honorary Citizenship of Beit Shean. In 2018 he became an Israeli citizen.

Sara Hurand

Sara Hurand

Sara is an architect, social activist, and creative strategist. Among her non-profit volunteer work, she co-founded the national award winning Jewish Arts and Culture Lab in Cleveland, Ohio. She now lives in Tel Aviv. Sara holds a Master in Architecture degree from Harvard University and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Environmental Design from Parsons School of Design.