NA’AMAT USA is pleased to announce that Ms. Cara Rock-Singer of Philadelphia, PA is the recipient of the Second NA’AMAT USA Research Fellowship in Honor of Elizabeth J. Raider. In addition, Dr. Tanya Zion-Waldoks of Beer-Sheva, Israel has been awarded an Honorable Mention.
NA’AMAT USA’s Western Area will host a special presentation on the scourge of human trafficking, October 1st at Marie Callendar’s in Northridge, as the first event in its new speaker series entitled Women Empowering Women.
Ilana Kwartin is an attorney and heads a legal practice near Ashkelon, Israel specializing in labor law, tort law and women’s rights. She was born in the former Soviet Union and made Aliyah with her family in 1987.
Yael Levin directs the shelter for victims of domestic violence at the NA’AMAT Glickman Center in Tel Aviv. A trained social worker, Levin has been working with battered women, their children and their spouses for more than two decades.
The Summer 2017 issue of NA’AMAT WOMAN is out!
More than 200 young Israeli women have a clearer path toward attaining their educational goals thanks to the generosity of members of NA’AMAT USA. Eleven women pursuing PhDs in science and women’s studies are recipients of 2017 NA’AMAT Research Grants. An additional 200 women studying for undergraduate and graduate degrees received NA’AMAT Educational Scholarships.
On Sunday, June 11, NA’AMAT USA Pittsburgh Council held its annual President’s Day/Donor Brunch, as a large group of members, family and friends gathered for an afternoon of inspiring stories, good food and lively entertainment.
It was a beautiful spring morning as the Western Area of NA’AMAT USA hosted its first 5K Walk June 4th at Lake Balboa Park in Encino. Dozens of people, ranging in age from babies in strollers on up, walked three times around scenic Lake Balboa to complete the 3.1-mile course.
Na’amat’s Glickman Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Domestic Violence helps to save and rebuild lives.
NA’AMAT USA is pleased to invite proposals for the Second NA’AMAT USA Research Fellowship in Honor of Elizabeth J. Raider. A lifelong member of NA’AMAT USA, Ms. Raider is the organization’s immediate past national president.