Elisheva brings 15 years of Jewish nonprofit experience, and two decades of work in informal Jewish education.
Most recently, Elisheva served as Strategic Planner and Educator at Makom – the Israel Education Lab of the Jewish Agency for Israel. There, she developed educational curricula, trained and mentored educators, and led program strategy and lay leadership processes. Prior to that, she spent over a decade as an experiential educator and running leadership programs for teens in a variety of educational settings.
Elisheva holds a BA in Psychology and Jewish History from Bar-Ilan University, and an MA in Nonprofit Management from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.