Dr. David Breakstone is Head of the Department for Zionist Activity of the World Zionist Organization. Having earned a PHD in Jewish education from the Hebrew University, Dr. Breakstone teaches at the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, where he served as Assistant Dean. Dr. Breakstone previously served as Director of Ramah Programs in Israel, Director of the Pedagogic Center for Jewish Education at the Hebrew University, and as Chair of the Masorti (Conservative) Movement in Israel. He has been a member of The Jewish Agency's Board of Governors since 2001 and chairs the Small Jewish Communities Committee.
Mr. Eitan Broshi is the Secretary of the kibbutz movement since 2013. Previously he served as the Advisor of the Minister of Defense for Settlements, Infrastructure and Regional Development and the CEO of Ministry of Science, Culture and Sport. Previously, he served as the head of the Yizrael Valley Regional Council and chairman of Tourism Association in the valleys, Chairman of the Yizrael Valley economic Corporation and Chair of the Central Galilee partnership with the Detroit community. Mr. Broshi was the representative of the kibbutzim in the 1996 elections and also ran for the 17th Knesset elections as representative of the kibbutzim. Mr. Broshi holds a BA from Tel Aviv University and he is a Graduate of the IDF School for Headquarters and Command. He is a Board member since July, 2014.View profile
Prof. Mikhail Chlenov is President of the Va'ad -- The Federation of Jewish Organizations in Russia. He also chairs the Euro-Asian branch of the World Jewish Congress and is a member of its Executive. In the 1970s, he was a well-known Hebrew teacher in Moscow and was one of the founders of the “kulturniks” group. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, he has played a major role in re-establishing the Jewish community in Russia. Mikhail Chlenov is currently Dean of the Department of Jewish Studies at the State Jewish Maimonides Academy and of the Center for Jewish Studies and Jewish Civilization at Moscow State University. He holds a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology. Mikhail Chlenov was a member of the Jewish Agency’s Board of Governors from June 1998 through June 2002. Than he became an Associate member of the Board and he serves as a Committee Member from September 2006.View profile
Rabbi Stanley Davids serves as National President of the Association of Reform Zionists of America (ARZA), where he founded the Reform Zionist Think Tank, an endeavor which led to the historic adoption of the Reform Zionist Platform BY THE Central Conference of American Rabbis' (CCAR). He was National Co-Chair of the 1995 Israel Bonds campaign, and has led missions to Jewish communities in Moscow, Prague, Budapest, Vienna, Berlin, Paris and Addis Ababa. He is honorary Life Chair of the National Rabbinic Cabinet of Israel Bonds and Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Emanu-el. He has been a member of The Jewish Agency's Board of Governors since 2004.
Ms. Alisa Doctoroff is Chair of the Board of UJA-Federation. She has been an involved leader in the New York Jewish Community for many years. Ms. Doctoroff was President of the Congregation Or Zarua; Co-Founder of the Jewish Lens; member of the United Jewish Appeal (UJA) Commission on Jewish Identity and Renewal; past Chair of the Youth and Young Adults Task Force; Chair of the Israel Task Force; Member of the Board and the Cabinet of UJA Federation of New York. Ms. Doctoroff served as a Member of The Jewish Agency's Board of Governors in 2008 and 2009 and from 2010 on.
Debra G. Cohen is a native Houstonian and has been active in many Jewish organizations. She has served as a member of the board of the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston for the past 17 years, receiving the Barbara Falik Young Leadership Award and serving as Women’s Philanthropy Chair for two years. Presently, Debra is a member of various committees, including the Women’s Cabinet, Israel/Overseas, and Fund for the Jewish Future.View profile
Donald S. Davis has been involved in all aspects of Jewish Education in the City of Montreal for the past four decades. As a student, he was instrumental in having Jewish Education placed on the Community agenda. He has served on the Education Committees of the Canadian Jewish Congress and the Allied Jewish Community Services. He was the Canadian Chairman of the International committee for the release of Anatoly Scharansky.View profile