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The management team of the Ramon Foundation

Gil Doron

Director General

Gil Doron is an experienced C level executive in the fields of operating and partnerships leader in the social, Nonprofit and Non-Government organizations in Israel. 

Driven by the value of equal opportunity to everyone, Gil takes pride in providing a true impact on Israel’s future leaders by finding the exact interface between all sectors. 

Gil is a graduate MBA from Haifa University business school.

 

 

 

Inbar Sade

VP Communities & Operations

Has a B.A in Political Science from Tel Aviv University. Inbar worked as a Political Advisor in the Knesset of Israel, ran election campaigns, and was in charge of the connection with the third sector as part of her duties.

Inbar is a graduate of the Year of Service of the Jewish Agency and the Diller program. She served in the IDF as a Training Officer in the Moran unit for several years and as a Company Commander in her most recent position. As part of these roles, she got involved in education, building training programs, team management, and development.

Reuven Tzemach

Aviators Club Director

41 years old, founder and director of the aviators club. Married +2, lives in the north of Israel.

Has a BA from the excellence course in Media and Political science, and a MA in Political media and Philosophy. Reuven is a member at the YVC board of directors and has a broad experience working with teenagers.

Reuven is a lecturer for motivation, success, making personal choices etc. He was the chairman of the student union in YVC.

Reuven founded the Aviators club 9 years ago in “Gyora Yosefthal” school at Migal Ha’Emek, along with a manager and a pilot from the 117 sqardon.

Nowadays Reuven works with the Ramon foundation and manage the Aviator club in all aspects. He serves as a mentor for the entire staff of the Aviators club.

Reuven also works as a social leader in the “Arazim” school at Ramat Ishai.

Lior Ron

VP Education & Development

Lior holds an MBA from the Mandel Social Leadership Program at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, a BA in Communication from the IDC Herzliya and a Teacher’s Certificate from the ‘Reshit Chinuch’ program for post-graduates at the Kibbutzim College, with specialization on Civics studies.

She brings vast experience in fields of formal education as an educator and professional teacher in junior-high, and informal education as the Jewish Agency’s emissary to the Jewish Federation of Delaware.

Prior to joining the Ramon Foundation, she led Social Involvement at the Young Adults Center of the Kfar Saba Municipality, and volunteered in various non-profit organizations such as “Amit La’Derech” and “Push”.

Lior is also a part of the founding team at the “Migdalor” army-preparatory program, involved in the educational strategy team and leading the marketing operations

Hila Yeshurun

Community manager of HORIZON, the community of space educators and leaders under the Israel Space Agency at the Ministry of Science, Innovation, and Technology. 
 
Holds a double major BA degree in the departments of management and education as well as a graduate of an MA with a thesis in the educational administration and policy program at Ben-Gurion University. Hila’s thesis deals with gender inequality in the choice of study subjects in the STEM fields among teenage boys and girls.
She has experience establishing social initiatives; in the last decade, she has managed educational programs and centers of excellence in the Educating for Excellence association. 

Emy Tzemach

Aviators Club Director

41 years old, coordinator of the Aviators club. Married +2, lives in the north of Israel.

Emy has a BA in Psychology. Worked mainly in the Hi-Tech field.

11 years ago, along with her husband, founded the first plans of the Aviators club.

Nowadays, Emy is the coordinator of the Aviators club’s national program of the Ramon foundation.

Emy was born in Transylvania, Romania and is a granddaughter og holocaust survivors. She immigrated to Israel when she was 12 years old and lived in Haifa. She served in the Nahal Group in the IDF.

Yifat Mescheluff

Spacelab Program Director
 
Yifat holds a B.A. in Psychology and Communication and is pursuing a Master’s degree in Business Administration at Ariel University. Over the past few years, Yifat has gained extensive experience writing pedagogical content, leading groups, and educational guidance. In the last job, he coordinated a national cyber study program for girls. Yifat has accompanied dozens of students across the country, aiming to increase the number of women in the technology world.
 

Danielle Oryan 

Danielle holds an MBA program of the Mandel foundation in Business Administration with a specialization in social leadership from Ben Gurion University And B.ed from the Kibbutzim college.

During her studies, Danielle served as the head of the academic department and VP of Student Union at the “Kibbutzim College” . In addition, she was the Head of the Department of Social Welfare at the Student Union of Tel Aviv University .

Danielle has worked as a kindergarten teacher in the israeli education system, and iwas was a leading recruitment coordinator and was in Teach First Israel that promotes equity in education in Israel education system

 

Adi Saada 

Space Startups Program Director

Adi holds a BA in Political Science and Management from Ben-Gurion University and an MBA in the International Business Administration Program, specializing in Social Leadership, of the Mandel Foundation, Ben-Gurion University.

In recent years, she has gained extensive experience working in the third sector, during which she managed the Israeli parlament desk at the “Al-Mishmar Ha-Knesset” Institute, which monitors and reflects to the public issues of religion and state in Israel.

Adi previously managed a community of new immigrant students under the Immigrant Student Administration Division of the Ministry of Immigration and Absorption.

Adi served as an intern in the office of a Member of Knesset, is a graduate of the UN model program and has a background in a variety of programs working towards integrating new immigrants into Israeli society.

Oriane Herzog
Coordinator of the second year of SpaceLab program
Holds a BA in neuroscience and linguistics and BA in cognitive psychology with an emphasis on data science. In the final year of her studies, she interned at the SYNRGAI startup, which deals with urban processes.
Oriane served as a human resource officer in the 8200 unit.
Throughout her studies, she participated in the “Speaking Hebrew” project as a Hebrew teacher in Bedouin schools in the Negev and worked as a content writer for the company “Syllabus”.

Maayan Gadish

Space Startups Program Coordinator

B.A in Education with specialization in Special Education and Art Integration into Education from Tel Hai College. Teach First Israel (HOTAM) graduate with a Teacher Certificate in Elementary Linguistic Education.
Maayan comes from the Education and Teaching domains, and has extensive experience in both formal and non-formal educational institutions. Maayan served as a commender in Nativ courses in the Education Corps. After the army, she participated for the Jewish Agency’s “Ten” Project in Ethiopia for several months.
Maayan worked as a coordinator for Teach First Israel (HOTAM) and eventually graduated from the program, becoming an elementary school teacher for the 5th-6th grades and a high school literary teacher.
 

Efrat Menahem

Kindergarten Program Manager

Graduated with a BA degree in psychology and art history from Ben Gurion University, an MA degree in Non-Profit and Community Organization Management from the Hebrew University. Efrat researches Social Initiatives during Covid-19.

Efrat has a rich background in the field of informal education and in the last decade has worked in various educational associations promoting SEL and STEM skills.

 

Hila Shalev

Operations Coordinator

Technology Marketing Management B.A student at Sapir College. Graduate of the “Nachshon” pre-military academy for social leadership at Metzudat Yoav. In the IDF served as an NCO for casualties, supported bereaved families, and promoted processes for soldiers to receive benefits from the Ministry of Defense. In her last role, worked as a copywriter and specialized in content writing and creativity.
 

Hadar Weiss Peleg

Junior Elementary Programs Coordinator

Hadar holds a B.Ed in Special Education and Inclusive Education and Community Studies from Oranim College and an M.A in Organizational Consulting and Development with honors from Peres Academic College.
Hadar has extensive experience in the field of special education, which she gained in a variety of formal and non-formal educational institutions, and in her military service.
Hadar worked for several years as an educator at a special education school. In her last job, Hadar managed projects and mentoring programs in the organization ‘Equal Employment’ which promotes equal and remunerative employment of people with disabilities in the labor market.

Gili Blitt

Coordinator of the first year of SpaceLab program
Gili holds a bachelor’s degree in politics and government and education from Ben Gurion University, and an MBA from the Mendel Foundation’s international business administration program specializing in social leadership.
Gili has extensive experience in informal education. In her last position, she managed the “Noar Latet” youth organization branches in Be’er Sheva, where she was responsible for the organization’s ongoing activities in the city – including developing educational materials, managing the guides staff, and planning and producing local events.


Yael Frances

Coordinator of space education programs
Graduated with a B.A. in Education, specializing in informal education and theater teaching at David Yelin College. Yael has extensive experience in the informal sector, has worked with youth in various youth movements. In her last position, she managed the informal education system in the community of Mitzpe Ilan. As part of the position she coordinated all the youth activities in the community, including team management, development of training content, development of partnerships and teaching session to the youth.


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