Einat Ovadia holds a BA in East Asian Studies and Chinese from the Hebrew University, and an MBA from the College of Management in Rishon Letzion. For the past 10 years she has served in various key positions in Israeli politics in both coalition and opposition. For the past five years she has served as chief of staff to the former head of Meretz party, Mrs. Zehava Galon, and managed numerous political campaigns for candidates and lists in national and municipal elections.
Aaed Badir, aged 40, lives in Kafr Qasim. Holds a bachelor’s degree in governance, administration and law, and a master’s degree in public policy from Tel Aviv University. In the past two years, he has been the deputy mayor of Kafr Qasim and in charge of the city’s environmental office. He is a former parliamentary adviser in the Knesset.
Adi is 36 years old and lives in south Tel Aviv. She graduated from the Tel Aviv University Interdisciplinary Honors Program in the Humanities and the Arts, and holds an MSc in Politics & Communications from the London School of Economics. Her master’s thesis focused on the reception of BDS among Israeli Jews, and the role that fear-related narrative construction plays in it. Adi is a musician and a graduate of the singer-songwriters’ course at Rimon School of Music. She writes and publishes political songs, as well as essays and articles that touch on the relationship between politics and popular culture and particularly music. Adi spent 4 years working at Breaking the Silence and was in charge of research and writing at the organization’s advocacy department.
Ayelet Grill-Share, aged 45, has served in senior positions in the advertising industry. She was VP of marketing and the spokesperson for the Born to Be Free NGO. In the past decade, she has served as a media consultant, specializing in diplomatic, foreign, and security policy. She is also the media coordinator of the Mitvim Institute.
Holds a law degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and also studied at a branch of Georgetown University in London. Specialized in litigation, labor law, criminal law and white-collar cases, and worked as an associate in leading law firms. Mor is a co-founder and board member of a non-profit organization for marine mammals in Israel . She is a social and political activist, was national director of activists of Peace Now, and took part in a community development project in Nepal.
With over two decades of experience in the field of digital content, Ron has participated in numerous political and social campaigns. He helped run the digital activity of senior public officials, and worked in various NGOs. Ron is a fundamentally optimistic man, who believes that Israel can be changed and so can people. Lives in Tel Aviv.
Dr. Rawia Aburabia
Dr. Rawia Aburabia is a post-doctoral fellow at the Faculty of Law and the Women and Gender Studies program at Tel Aviv University. She completed her MA in international law at the American University in Washington DC, and holds a PhD from Hebrew University. Aburabia has vast experience in international law and human rights, appearing before bodies such as the UN, and serving on the Board of Directors of Amnesty International. She has published numerous articles in professional journals and is the author of the book “Ongoing Legal Exclusion: Palestinian Bedouin Women in Polygamous Marriages in Israel.” Globes newspaper named her one of the 40 most promising young Israelis.