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Drawing on ancient and modern Jewish and general literature, Ariel Burger speaks about Elie Wiesel's legacy and its implications today.
Avivah Zornberg has been teaching Torah for the past 30 years at Jewish, academic & psychoanalytic settings around the world, & is the author of five acclaimed books on Tanach.
Avraham Infeld is President Emeritus of Hillel International, and an education pioneer. He has invested a lifetime building Jewish identity and strengthening the State of Israel.
Daughter of Polish Rescuer, Irene Gut Opdyke (Broadway play: Irena's Vow- soon to be a movie) Jeannie Smith tells an incredible story of how "One person can make a difference."
Judy Klitsner, a senior lecturer at Pardes in Jerusalem, teaches Bible in an engaging, interactive style. She is the author of the acclaimed "Subversive Sequels in the Bible."
Linda Gradstein is an award–winning journalist who spent 20 years as the Jerusalem correspondent for NPR. She also teaches journalism at NYU-Tel Aviv.
Miriam Anzovin is a writer, visual artist, and creator of the viral “Daf Reactions” series on Tiktok. She exists at the intersection of Sefaria and Sephora.
Sarah Tuttle-Singer is the New Media Editor at Times of Israel, and the author of "Jerusalem, Drawn and Quartered". She writes about her life, and enjoys meeting new people.
Yisrael Campbell is just your average Irish, Italian, Catholic, Reform, Conservative, Unorthodox, Orthodox Jew, who was born to be funny. Audiences love him.
Yonah Jeremy Bob is an author, lectures on foreign affairs and is Jerusalem Post Military and Intelligence Analyst. He has spoken since 2000 in the US, Canada and Israel.
Bestselling author, Hartman Institute Fellow and award-winning journalist Amotz Asa-El is the Jerusalem Post's senior commentator and former Executive Editor
Dr. Daniel Polisar is Executive Vice President of Shalem College in Jerusalem. He writes and lectures on Zionist history, Israeli society and politics, and Biblical thought.
Gil Troy is Professor of History at McGill University, the author of the bestselling "Why I Am a Zionist," and a weekly columnist for the Jerusalem Post & the Huffington Post.
Gila Fine teaches Aggada at Pardes, exploring the Talmud's stories through philosophy, literary criticism, psychoanalysis and pop-culture. She is editor in chief of Maggid Books.
This is an unbelievable story about friendship between son of an Israeli general and the son of one of Hammas's founders: trust and betrayal in the shadow world of intelligence,
In 2003, Joseph Gitler founded Leket Israel as a one-man volunteer operation to respond to the growing hunger, poverty and food waste in Israel.
Joshua M. Greene is a renowned Holocaust author and speaker. His films are seen on PBS, and his books have sold more than 1/2-million copies.
Mike Reiss has won four Emmys and a Peabody Award during his 28 years writing for The Simpsons. He is also an award-winning mystery writer, playwright, and children's book author.
Leader, statesman, and mayor. A global commentator, he promotes Judea/Samaria and builds bonds with Efrat's Palestinian neighbors. Serves as a mentor to new Israeli mayors.
Senior correspondent at i24NEWS, covering Israeli politics, diplomacy, and society. Explaining Israel to the world, day and night, with the TV clock counting down.
Rachel is a consultant for Israel and Holocaust education. She engages audiences through innovative presentations built around stories, poems and songs of Israel’s best writers.
Rachel is a Jerusalem-born writer, educator, and lover of juxtapositions. She blogs about life in Israel, storytelling, Jewish texts...And the places where they intersect.
Sherri Mandell is an award winning author who lectures about community, kindness and resilience. She is the co-director of the Koby Mandell Foundation and a pastoral counselor.
Dr. Sherri Wise, survivor of a triple suicide bombing in Israel, speaks about turning anger into forgiveness, choosing survival, and finding goodness in the worst of circumstances.
Tova Hartman, a founder of Shira Hadasha, lectures widely on Judaism & feminism, religious innovation, prayer, & marginalization of the other in Jewish tradition.
As the CEO at UpStart, Aaron has the most unique perspective on Jewish innovation. Through his time at UpStart, Aaron has helped shape a dynamic vision for the Jewish future.
Inspiring and dynamic, an expert in regional affairs, media issues & Israel history, Aryeh brings a passionate centrist approach to the challenges facing Israel & the Jewish world.
Daniel shares his stage-side perspective on the rich, diverse, and often hilarious Israeli music scene for over twenty years. He has written for Haaretz and the Times of Israel.
A poet, scholar, and educator, Dara Barnat, Ph.D. lectures widely on poetry and creative writing, and currently teaches at Tel Aviv University
Play-by-play voice the most different sports on ESPN; Yankees; Mets; NBA; Olympics; Eastbound & Down; Glory Road.
Stories of all things Jewish, Brooklyn, sports/acting/grandfather
International lawyer, Rabbi, IDF Lieutenant-Colonel (Res.), former senior IDF legal advisor, expert speaker and commentator on Israeli legal affairs.
People seek meaning and connection in their lives. Rabbi David helps seekers find meaning and connection to others through the profound wisdom of the Jewish tradition.
After five years as Editor-in-Chief of the Jerusalem Report, Eetta is Israel Editor of Moment Magazine and contributes often to Haaretz, The Forward, Global Post and WomenseNews.
As an expert with a career in the U.S.-Israel relationship, politics and current events in the Middle East, Elliott has a unique insider perspective and keen analysis to share.
Gershom Gorenberg is an Israeli historian and journalist. His latest book is ‘War of Shadows: Codebreakers, Spies and the Secret Struggle to Drive the Nazis from the Middle East.’
Ilan Evyatar is a former editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Report magazine. His book "Target Tehran" will be published by Simon & Schuster in fall 2023.
A child of Holocaust survivors, Kathy has written stories of hope, courage and humanity in the face of overwhelming adversity. Her books for young readers are sold around the world
Laura Ben-David is an award-winning photographer whose love of Israel and adventure fuels her photos - and her talks. Author, bridge-builder, settler, lover of life.
Dr. Laura Wharton immigrated to Israel from the US. She served in the IDF, was a kibbutz member and now teaches at Hebrew University while serving on Jerusalem's City Council.
Having divided the last 47 years between Israel and the US, Marc serves as Newsweek columnist in Tel Aviv, speaking about politics, history, the military, economy, and society.
Rabbi Cella, in a second career, tells the story of converting to Judaism, with her husband and 2 children, and ultimate ordination at JTS, and also speaks on Bible and Talmud.
Tech executive and author, specializing in Arab-Israeli business development. He's lived openly as a Jew in Egypt and the UAE and served in the IDF as an Arabic translator.
Michael is a world renowned speaker, educator and storyteller who inspires and makes you laugh. His meaningful stories challenge audiences to think about important issues.
Correspondent for an Israeli TV network and Jewish news service, Mike gives a detailed, contextual view of America's ties with Israel and the Middle East. Go beyond the headlines.
Speaker and consultant Natalie Silverstein, MPH, is the author of two books that inspire busy parents and teens to find time for service and acts of loving-kindness.
Noah Alper founded the Noah's Bagels restaurant chain, which he sold for $100M 6½ years later. He offers entrepreneurs a wealth of start-up and small business expertise.
Penina Taylor is a dynamic speaker, author and mentor who has inspired tens of thousands of Jewish people toward a more meaningful relationship with themselves and God.
Using humor, history, and a little Jewish know-how, Rabbi Landis motivates, inspires, and entertains audiences worldwide always leaving listeners wanting more.
Rachel Hallote is an archaeologist who works in Israel. Her research involves biblical history as well as the intersection of politics and archaeology in Israel.
Rhonda Rosenheck, MEd (JTS), is a published poet, humorist and bible translator. Her searing, witty and kind style invites you to search with her for clues to a more ideal world.
Author of "Judaism and Vegetarianism," "Judaism and Global Survival," and " Who Stole My Religion?" and over 250 articles at JewishVeg.org/schwartz; Jewish environmental activist.
World-renowned solo theater performer, inspirational speaker, charismatic teacher, and one of the most creative voices calling for honest complex relations between Jews and Israel.
A world renowned wildlife photographer, capturing endangered animals around the world for the BBC, Nat Geo and more and raising awareness as a Greenpeace ambassador worldwide.
Ruth Mastron provides lively talks and workshops on a variety of topics related to Jewish culture, diversity among Jews, and using Jewish values to bridge cultural differences.
a successful serial entrepreneur, VC, impact investor and lecturer with 34+ yrs of turning vision into reality. He will share the secrets of successful venture and value creation
Shai Cherry is a Conservative rabbi with a doctorate in Jewish Thought. He is an authority on Judaism & Darwinism, Torah interpretations, and the philosophy of halakhah.
Sharon is recognized as an advocate for children's and women's rights. She has helped organizations of various sizes increase their budget and ability to serve and effect change.
Harvard and UChicago trained, Rabbi Shmuel Reichman is a bestselling author, international speaker, CEO, and executive coach. He speaks on topics of leadership and Jewish thought.
'Rabbi Sid' is a popular lecturer whose open-tent approach has gained him a loyal following in Israel & the Diaspora. His book, 'From God's Mouth?' will be published soon.
Sivan Ya'ari is the Founder & CEO of Innovation: Africa, a nonprofit organization founded in 2008 that has brought Israeli technology to over 150 villages in 8 African countries.
Suzanne Lasky Gerard, producer, presents her updated Emmy-winning Holocaust film “March of the Living (Then & Now)” shot in Poland & Israel.
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Dr. Tomer Persico is a Fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute and at Reichman University. He published "The Jewish Meditative Tradition," in 2016 and "In God's Image" in 2021
TRACY BECKERMAN is an award-winning author, speaker, comedian, and syndicated columnist who has appeared on numerous TV shows including, NBC’s Today Show, and CBS Sunday Morning.
Rabbi Yonatan Neril founded and directs The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development and its Jewish Eco Seminars branch. He speaks internationally on faith and ecology.
Nominated by 12 African countries for the Nobel Peace Prize for his solar work in Africa and the Middle East, CNN named Yossi Abramowitz one of the planet's leading Green Pioneers.