Miri Shalem is an Orthodox Sephardic activist. The CEO of the Institute for Zionist Strategies & writer for Makor Rishon. She has a BA in Economics and an MA in Gender Studies.
Miri Shalem is an Orthodox Sephardic activist from Bet Shemesh, Israel. She is the CEO of the Institute for Zionist Strategies which deals in shaping Israel as the state of the Jewish People, promoting liberal values. She writes an editorial in the weekly paper, Makor Rishon. She has a BA in Economics and Political Science and an MA in Gender Studies. She is married and a mother of 4.
Miri Shalem led a tour of Beit Shemesh for a group of twenty New Israel Fund donors from the United States, Australia and Brazil. Participants found the tour significant, interesting and informative in that it shed light on the conflicts of veteran residents of Beit Shemesh with the ultra-Orthodox population.The participants cited the tour as one of the most meaningful sessions of the week.— Merav Mizrachi, Director of Overseas Relations, New Israel Fund – Israel, Israel
On Wednesday, we had the pleasure of hearing Miri Shalem speak to us about the challenges facing Israel today.— Admin, Journalist, American Zionist Movement, New York