Meet our Staff
Sadaka-Reut has only been successful as it has been in recent years, and will only continue to be so in the future, due to the extraordinary efforts of those people behind the movement. The whole structure of our organization is built on a spread of balanced personnel in terms of nationality, religion, ethnicity and gender. In addition, ours is a democratic organization with all board members and committees chosen during Sadaka-Reut’s yearly General Assembly.
Co-Coordinator of Building a Culture of Peace Project
Currently I am starting my work at Sadaka-Reut and i am looking forward to have a meaningful time of learning and social activity.
I was born and raised in Jerusalem, there I learned for the first time about the many mechanisms of segregation and oppression which are imposed on the people of this country.In Jerusalem I have seen the violence and experienced the pain which are the inevitable results of this segregation.View Profile
Co-Coordinator of Community in Action Project
Dina joined SR in 2012 as a participant in a dialogue group of the students’ project, volunteered in Netanya’s youth group. After gaining experience and completing SR’s facilitators’ training program, she became a facilitator in the major youth project.View Profile
Co-Coordinator of the Students Project
I am beginning my path in Sadaka-Reut as a co-coordinator of the students’ project with a great deal of excitement and anticipation. I was born in Ethiopia, grew up in Ashkelon and today I live in Tel-Aviv.View Profile
Monitoring & Evaluation and Resource Development Coordinator
Becca, originally from the US, worked at Gisha- Legal Center for Freedom of Movement as the International Relations Coordinator and was previously a community organizer for the organization Mahapach-Taghir.View Profile
Procurement and Administrative Cordinator
Originally from Jaffa, Karin holds a B.A. in International Relations and English from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She started working with youth when she was still a high school student herself and continues to do so in her spare time.View Profile
Co-Coordinator of "Community in Action" Project
Originally from Majd Al Kurum, Rula holds B.A. in English Literature and Gender Studies.
She joined Sadaka-Reut in 2012 as a facilitator in the “Building a Culture of Peace” program…
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