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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

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

Director of Research and Knowledge Development

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

 

Lili Weinstein Yaffe

Lili Weinstein Yaffe

Director of Resource Development and Partnerships

Lili is a lawyer with extensive experience in the philanthropic world, including 10 years at the Rashi Foundation as Director of the Legal Department and Project Manager at the Mark Rich Foundation. Previously the coordinator of the Israel Committee for the War Against Poverty.  

As part of her role in Sheatufim, she is entrusted with creating strategic connections between the organization and its activities and leading bodies from philanthropy and the business sector. Lily is the mother of Itamar, Shai and Na’ama, and married to Zohar.

Ayala Hurvitz

Ayala Hurvitz

Director of Digital Media and Communications

Before joining Sheatufim, Ayala managed web and social media platforms for various companies, public institutions and third sector organizations. Previously, she worked as an editor at "Calcalist" newspaper, 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

Diractor of HR and Organizational Development

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. In Sheatufim, Liat has led and developed programs like 'Sheatufim Forum for Social CEO's' and 'Hamigrash for leaders of Impact Spheres". She participated in the development of the Impact Spheres model and directed the Sheatufim Studio for Collaborative Social Processes. 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

Yasmin Rubin-cooper

Yasmin Rubin-cooper

Director of Collective Impact in the field of Domestic Violence

Yasmine has extensive experience as an organizational consultant in the business and social sectors, regarding partnerships and strategic processes.
Formerly a Professional Director at Shatil, a consultant to managers in a variety of departments and units in the Ministry of Welfare, a consultant to social organizations and social partnerships, a lecturer in various organizational consulting and group facilitation programs and a Senior Consultant and Manpower Director of the IDF Leadership Development School. yasmine holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a Master of Science degree in Social-Industrial Psychology. Yasmin.r@sheatufim.org.il

Shahaf Merhav

Shahaf Merhav

Projects Diractor

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

Cross-Sector Dialog Coordinator

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 Management. adi@sheatufim.org.il

Michal Lokiec Yarom

Michal Lokiec Yarom

Director of The Studio for Collaborative Social Processes

Michal has extensive experience in leading, guiding and managing innovation processes, consulting, strategy, problem solving and implementing organizational processes in a wide variety of companies and organizations. Prior to Sheatufim, Michal managed and developed professional learning, training and development processes in social organizations and in international business organizations. In addition, she has written an international study on the factors that influence the successful implementation of innovative ideas, and has lectured on a variety of courses and academic programs.

Michal holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology from the Technion and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Psychology from Tel Aviv University. yarom.michal@sheatufim.org.il

Emebet David

Emebet David

Projects Director, Top15

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

Erez Liber

Erez Liber

Accountant

Erez Liber, CPA, has worked at Sheatufim since 2018 in the field of finance. He has a B.Sc. in mechanical engineering from the Technion and an MA in Economics from the Technion and the University of Haifa (joint program). Erez is also a graduate of the Bar-Ilan University Graduate Retraining Program in Accounting. He has extensive experience in preparation and auditing of financial statements of companies and self-employed persons. erez.l@sheatufim.org.il

Eyal Miara

Eyal Miara

Maintenance and Logistics Manager

Eyal has extensive experience in maintenance and logistics management in various types of organizations, including retail and sales. Eyal joined the Sheatufim team in 2015 and is in charge of all operational aspects of the organization, including conferences and events.

Shani Giladi

Shani Giladi

Research and Knowledge Development

Shani comes from the worlds of social involvement and the third sector. In her previous position, she managed a consulting project for social sector organizations, specializing in resource development, building work plans and strategic support for small and medium-sized NGO’s. She has worked in the communications field, served as a producer on a news site and as a senior officer in the strategic department of the IDF Spokesperson's Office. Shani is a social activist and currently serves as co-chairperson of the governing council of "Green Course", an organization that leads environmental activism in Israel. Shani has a BA in Psychology and environmental studies and she is a graduate of the Heschel Sustainability Leadership Fellowship Program. shani.g@sheatufim.org.il

Einav Koren

Einav Koren

Director of STEM ECOSYSTEM Bee'r Sheva

Einav established the STEM Ecosystem in Kiryat Gat and led it for two and a half years as part of the 5X2 Initiative to promote scientific excellence. She holds a master's degree in Hebrew literature research and Jewish folklore from Ben-Gurion University, and a master's degree in the Community Leadership program from the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies. She writes an opinion column in a local newspaper and is a social activist in the field of gender and social equality. Married to Nathaniel, mother of Oz and Hadar. Einav@sheatufim.org.il

Hadas Bar

Hadas Bar

Administration and accounting

Hadas holds a master's degree in non-profit management and a bachelor's degree in Sociology and Information Management. She has been the administrative manager of Sheatufim since 2018, holding responsibility for office and facility management, assistance in the operation of the finance department, and coordination of the field of consulting and learning. In her previous positions Hadas coordinated the areas of finance and human resources at the “Physicians for Human Rights" Organization, and before that, at the Tech-Career Association, which works to promote professional training for Ethiopian immigrants in Israel. hadas.b@sheatufim.org.il

 Pazit Hochman

Pazit Hochman

Director of Top15 Initiative

At the beginning of her professional career, Pazit worked for a decade in the business sector, forging collaborations between Israeli and Chinese companies – both as part of her work at the Israeli Consulate in Shanghai and as Business Development Manager at a subsidiary of BDO Ziv Haft. At the end of this period, she began her career in the social world as a director of resource development at an association for the promotion of technological education. In recent years, Pazit served as program manager at JDC Elka, where she managed the 'Digital Leaders for Local Government' program and managed multi-sectoral partnerships, including managing a regional partnership for the development of socio-economic initiatives in the Beit Hakerem cluster, and as a program manager in the Mowarad project for resource extraction in Arab local authorities. Pazit holds a bachelor's degree with distinctions in International Relations and East Asian studies from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and an MBA with distinctions from the College of Management Academic Studies. pazit.h@sheatufim.org.il

Tal Yalon

Tal Yalon

director of Partnerships, Top15

Tal joined the Top15 initiative after chairing the Israeli Forum for Diversity in Employment. She brings to the initiative her experience in managing a multi-sectoral coalition of organizations, which has advanced a solution to a complex problem of permanent exclusion of unique populations from the labor market. In her role as manager of the forum, Tal dealt with knowledge development and development of the profession of diversity management. Tal is a member of the board of directors of Amnesty International, an international organization that promotes human rights. She is a lawyer by education and holds a master's degree with distinctions in education policy, with a specialization in democratic education, from Tel Aviv University. tal.y@sheatufim.org.il

 Einav Tsabari

Einav Tsabari

Director of Partnerships and Projects

For the past decade, Einav has been moving along the axis between social entrepreneurship, project management and creating partnerships, and academic research and teaching. She has extensive experience in research, developing methodologies, developing knowledge and interpreting it across the various sectors, and between diverse social, cultural and ethnic groups. In her previous roles, she was a partner in the JDC Elka "Social Design" project – which created collaborations and ecosystem development in the field of technology aimed at assisting people with disabilities and the elderly. She was head of the Conceptual Infrastructure Department at the Shacharit Institute and an external lecturer at the Sapir Academic College leading courses in "Society and Communication", "Introduction to Sociology" and "Academic Skill," and at the Ruppin Academic Center in the course "Introduction to Society in Israel". Einav holds a master's degree with distinctions from the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Her dissertation on the identity-shaping processes of Oriental religious women in the periphery has won the Sociological Association Award and has been presented at international conferences. einav.t@sheatufim.org.il