Communications consultant: Strategist and project management with expertise in Public Relations, web presence, social networks, branding, content writing, campaigns. International Relations: Building partnerships, visits, lectures and meetings abroad
Clients include: Make a Point: Online Messaging Tool, Simpact: Sustainable Social Impact
Women of the Wall (2010- Current)
Director of Public Relations and Development
(Interim Director December 2013 – July 2014)
Responsibilities include: Supervision of full time, part time and freelance staff, writing English materials including press releases and articles, developing and managing strategies for all social networking sites, managing web content for English and Hebrew site, press contacts and organizational partnerships in Israel and abroad, overseeing logistics and PR for events.
MASLAN- The Negev’s Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Support Center (December 2010- March 2012)
Director of the Education, Prevention and Advocacy Department: Responsibilities included supervision of professional staff- full time and freelance- cooperative efforts with other organizations; communication with institutions including educational and welfare frameworks, municipalities and local government; overseeing resource development, marketing, budgets, and statistics for the department; development of MASLAN’s new website, social networks; recruitment and facilitation of the education and instruction course.
Shatil, New Israel Fund (2010)
Interim Coordinator of the Training Department (2010): Responsibilities included coordinating logistics, finances and administration for Shatil training courses and seminars in the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem areas and responding to all organizations looking for first-time support from Shatil.
MEET: Middle East Education through Technology (2008- 2010)
Summer Program Coordinator: Responsibilities included coordinating summer program for excelling Palestinian and Israeli high school students at Hebrew University; overseeing staff from the US and Israel, budget and cash-flow
Jerusalem Open House for Pride and Tolerance (2007- 2010)
- Coordinator of the Open Clinic Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Health Center (Spring 2008- Spring 2010): Responsibilities included recruiting and overseeing a staff of 10 medical and mental health professionals; fundraising; building international networks with experienced LGBT Health Clinics abroad; coordinating community activists to expand the clinic’s health fields; overseeing the writing of protocols and procedural regulations
- Community Coordinator (Spring 2007- Spring 2008): Responsibilities included programming social activities for different groups within the LGBT community; building and managing the programming budget; PR online and within the community; coordinating volunteers and cooperative work with organizations in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv; writing curriculum, coordinating speakers, recruiting participants and facilitating the first LGBT Leadership Course in Israel.
- Fundraiser, Grant Writer (Spring 2007- Fall 2007): Responsibilities included writing letters of interest, grant requests and reports; meeting with donors and foundations; relationship-building with supporters, donors and foundations.
- Coordinator of the 2007 Jerusalem March for Pride and Tolerance (Summer 2007): Responsibilities included coordinating logistics; overseeing hundreds of volunteers; communication between all official parties involved, on behalf of the Open House: staff, board of directors, PR firm, Police, production company and municipality.
World Union for Progressive Judaism, International Headquarters (2006- 2007)
Programs Coordinator: Responsibilities included logistics and communication for the 2007 International Convention and its hundreds of attendees; management and planning of web site; organizing other projects around the world and in Israel.
Israeli Knesset (2004- 2006)
Coordinator of the Christian Allies Caucus: Responsibilities included event planning in Israel and abroad, media relations