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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.
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.
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.
Gidi masters the art of vision, strategy and leadership. Through the Reut Group, he built many ventures addressing big challenges facing Israel, the Jewish People and humanity.
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.
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.
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.
International lawyer, Rabbi, IDF Lieutenant-Colonel (Res.), former IDF legal advisor and expert speaker on Israel in international law. He also teaches Jewish ethics in warfare.
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.
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.
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 meanigful 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.
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.
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.
Dr. Tomer Persico is a Shalom Hartman Institute Scholar in Residence and teaches at UC Berkeley. His book, "The Jewish Meditative Tradition," was published in 2016
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.