Eival Gilady Chair of the Board
Serves as Chair of the Board of the Western Galilee Academic College, Honorary President of the Israeli-Palestinian Chamber of Commerce, and Honorary Consul of the Republic of Slovenia. Formerly served as Chair of the Koret Israel Economic Development Funds and the Portland Trust.
Michal Cohen Board member
Director General of the Rashi Foundation. Michal served as Director General of the Education Ministry for four years, and previously filled different managerial roles in the public service, most recently as the Ministry’s Senior Deputy Director and Director of the Pedagogic Administration. Michal holds an MA degree in education from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a diploma in Organizational Consultation for Education Systems from Tel Aviv University, as well as MA in Law from Bar Ilan University.
Avi Natan Board member
Avi served as CEO of Microsoft Israel (2001-2008). Later he became engaged in educational work and currently works as a high-school Math teacher in Kiryat Tivon.
Yael Bela-Avni Board member
Director of Evaluation and Measurement at the Rashi Foundation. Formerly managed a rape-crisis center in Jerusalem and a joint initiative for sexually-abused children and youth.
Dr. Randa Abbas, Ph.D. Education Board member
Lecturer and researcher. Formerly taught at Abu Sanaan High School and managed a women’s center in Julis.
Dr. Arye Baran Board member
Accountant and lecturer. Served as the first elected Head of Kfar Vradim Local Council 1997-2003.
Ruth Gofer Board member
Ruth is the General Director of Northern Star Association and Star Center. She is also a board member of the Western Galilee Academic College.
Gali Shahar Efrat Board member
Social Business Development Director at Rashi Foundation. Gali brings experience from both the private and social arenas to connect the two worlds and create sustainable impact. Previously CEO of Gvahim, a Rashi affiliate. She has an MA in Public Policy Management from IDC.
Einav Alfasi Karasenty Board member
Marketing and Communications Director at Rashi Foundation. BA in Communication and Business Administration from the Hebrew University, and an MBA with specialization in Marketing at Tel Aviv University. Einav is responsible for building the marketing strategy for specific programs for Rashi.
Rotem Azar Eliyahu Board member
Rotem leads the development of the Early childhood community intervention model at the Rashi foundation. She brings significant experience in the field of early childhood and young people at risk, working with government and JDC-Ashalim. She has a BA and MA in Social Work with specialization in Management from Ben Gurion University