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.
Maya joined Sadaka-Reut staff in September 2020 as the collaborations coordinator.
Graduated with honours from the Screen-Based Arts department at Bezalel Academy for Arts and Design, including a teaching degree. Has been working in informal education for many years and volunteers as a feminist activist in the community (in the humanitarian, educational and cinematic fields).
Ibrahim Taha joined the Sadaka-Reut team on September 2020 as Co-Executive Director. Ibrahim started his way in Sadaka-Reut as a facilitator in the Building a Culture of Peace project.
Later, he became a social worker and joined the Women Against Violence Organization, where he worked as a group facilitator as part of a project to raise awareness around sexual violence and harassment.View Profile
Rawan has completed a BA in education and sociology & anthropology in the University of Haifa in 2006, group facilitation in Oranim College in 2009 in addition to debating coach from the Bloomfield University in the USA in 2009. She joined Sadaka-Reut in 2010 and worked as the coordinator of “building a Culture of Peace” program, In September 2015 she became the co-director of Sadaka-Reut.View Profile
Dina has been active in the organization since 2013, first as a participant, a facilitator and for the last 3 years as an educational co-coordinator of the Community in Action project.
In September 2018 she became the co-director of Sadaka-Reut.
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Monitoring & Evaluation and Resource Development Coordinator
DD joined Sadaka-Reut in November 2019, as the Resource Development and Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator.
DD graduated from Pomona College in 2018, with a Bachelor’s degree in Media Studies.View Profile
Tours, and collaborations coordinator
Amoneh joined the Sadaka-Reut team in September 2018, as the Palestinian co-coordinator of the University Students’ project, Partners in Shaping Reality.
In September of 2020, following Sadaka-Reut’s strategic planning process and subsequent change in organizational structure, Amoneh, native to Jaffa, became the Alternative Tours of Jaffa department coordinator, and also assumed the position of Collaborations coordinator.View Profile