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.
Erela Glickman is the principal at NA’AMAT’s Technology High School and College in Rishon LeZion, Israel’s fourth largest city. The school serves disadvantaged students from the surrounding area, offering high school courses and two-years of college-level training in engineering and other technical disciplines.
“Walk of Art: Visionary Shoes,” at the Parasol Projects Gallery in New York, features fascinating footwear created by alumni and students of the prestigious Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.
The Winter 2017 Issue of NA’AMAT WOMAN is out!
Author and Boston University law professor Pnina Lahav talks with NA’AMAT USA about her forthcoming biography, “Golda Meir: Through the Gender Lens.”
In the current issue of NA’AMAT WOMAN, Michele Chabin writes about activist organizations, including NA’AMAT, that are moving forward in the struggle for religious pluralism in Israel.
Reseda resident Zita Gluskin and Rabbi Nina Feinstein were honored for lifelong contributions to Jewish communities in the United States and Israel at the Distinguished Community Leader Award Luncheon hosted by the San Fernando Valley Council of NA’AMAT USA.
Maor Kalfon Hakhmigari is the recipient of a 2016 grant from the NA’AMAT Scholarship Program, funded by NA’AMAT USA. Maor is a 32-year-old vocational psychologist living in Ramat Gan and a Ph.D. candidate at Bar-Ilan University.
Once rundown and neglected, the ancient port city has been getting a makeover. How does this affect the mixed population of Jews and Arabs?