Ilanit Appelfeld has been protecting data and intellectual property for over two decades. She received her Master in intellectual property from King’s college London, where she lived and worked for 7 years.
She works with some of the leading companies in protecting their data and intellectual property and represented buyers when investing into technological companies.
She currently lives in Givatayim with her husband two kids and their dog, practicing yoga and meditation on a daily basis in order to keep sane.
Miriam Green is the author of The Lost Kitchen: Reflections and Recipes from an Alzheimer’s Caregiver which will be published by Black Opal Books in 2019. She writes a weekly blog that is posted on her website featuring anecdotes about her mother’s Alzheimer’s and related recipes. Her blog has also appeared on the Alzheimer’s Association website. Her poetry has been published in several journals, including Poet Lore, The Prose Poem Project, Ilanot Review, The Barefoot Review, Red Wolf Press, and Poetica Magazine.
Orit Dolev is a Technology Designer, whose work specializes in designing experiences that live on the cross-section of physical and digital worlds. Powered by her background in both industrial and digital design, she designed experiences with companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500. Orit was named one of Forbes 30 under 30 and received several design awards such as the Red Dot and IDA Gold.
Roei Zerahia holds a B.Sc in computer science & mathematics, and has a Master of Business Administration. Roei is a faculty member & senior lecturer in Shenkar College, with expertise in database optimization, and with years of experience in the high-tech arena, and in the agriculture world.
Shiri Shotz-Haklai left a long and successful career in the advertising world to become an educator. As a creative director, working with some of the world’s leading and most interesting brands, Shiri implemented marketing techniques and strategies, which today she intertwines into her teaching in high school, college and teacher’s training classes. Shiri is fascinated by experiential learning methods, and believes that education needs to be rebranded in order to prevail the challenges of today and conquer the goals of tomorrow.
Steven Max Stern has worked in high tech and software development for more than twenty-five years across multiple industries. After his diagnoses he retired from the business world to deal with his disease and to live life all over again each and every day. Apart from managing his medical condition, Steven spends time trying to inspire people to live their lives to the fullest and to follow their passions despite the difficulties we all face.
Lecturer and the head of the Tyutot Center at Kibbutzim College. She leads writing workshops and activate as a literary entrepreneur.
Tali graduated Mandel Leadership Institute and she is currently earning her Ph.D. from the School of Culture studies in Tel Aviv University.
Her book “Grandmother Required” was published in Zeltner Publishing House.
Tali is a board member in the Beit Agnon Association (Agnon’a House) and in the Ruah Tseira Association (humanities for youth).
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