Beri is the Director of ROI Community, where he is responsible for designing and implementing strategies to support ROI's global network of Jewish change agents who seek to create a profound impact on Israeli society, Jewish communities and the world. Before joining Schusterman, Beri was the director of Dibur Acher (Different Talk), a collective impact initiative that aims to promote partnerships within Israeli society through social media. Prior to that, he advised former Mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat, on student and young adult needs in the city, and he is still very much involved in communities leading social change in Jerusalem. Beri co-founded the Cultural Brigade, a group of young Russian speaking Israelis who are devoted to seamlessly integrating the culture and history of FSU Jews into Israeli society. Beri participated in the 2016 ROI Summit and has been an active member of the community ever since. Beri holds a Bachelor's degree in Law from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Master's degree in Design Management from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.
Dina is a management and strategic consultant in the for-profit and nonprofit sectors in Israel. Following a long career in the business sector, she changed her professional career path and took up the position of Emissary for the Jewish Agency in Canada. After returning to Israel, Dina joined JDC and served as Director of Donor Relations in the International Relations Division from 2006 until 2009. Since then, Dina has combined both her worlds – the nonprofit and the business sector: Since 2010 she has served as the Israel representative for the Pears Foundation, facilitating relations with strategic partners and programs. She also works as a senior consultant to major Israeli companies that work globally – helping them with strategic planning, branding processes and organizational development. Born in England, Dina grew up in Israel. She holds an MBA from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where she also earned her BA in Political Science and Geography.
Laurie is President of the Five Together Foundation, founded along with her siblings in 2005, to provide support to vulnerable populations. Based on the shared values of justice, equal opportunity and compassion, The Five Together Foundation supports initiatives in education and youth empowerment, services to families in need, and the preservation of democracy in America. Laurie is past Board Chair and currently serving as the Governance Chair for the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village in Rwanda. She also serves on the boards of JEVS Human Services, JEVS Foundation, and RefugePoint and on the CATT Committee of the USC Shoah Foundation. Laurie graduated from the University of Delaware (B.A. in English) and currently resides in Philadelphia.
As Co-President of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies, Lisa Eisen spearheads initiatives that empower young Jews to embrace the joy of Judaism, build inclusive Jewish communities, support the State of Israel and repair the world. A nationally recognized leader in philanthropy, Jewish service and Israel advocacy, Lisa serves on the boards of Repair the World, the iCenter, the Israel Institute, BBYO and Project Interchange Seminars in Israel.
Martine Fleishman, born in South Africa, immigrated to NY in 1986 with her husband Stanley. Martine's passion for Jewish education, Israel, social justice and community was formed early on. Currently Chair of the Jewish Agency for Israel's Project T.E.N. and immediate past Regional Chair of UJA Federation of NY's Westchester Division, she sits on the boards of UJA of NY; the Cabinet of the Jewish Life Division of UJA; Hillels of Westchester; The American Jewish Committee; The Jewish Education Project; and Solomon Schechter School of Westchester. A Wexner graduate, Martine enjoys her family, entertaining, travel, Jewish study and exercise.
Shoshana Boyd Gelfand is the Director of Leadership and Learning at Pears Foundation in London. An ordained rabbi, she is a teacher, speaker and writer on leadership and social change, particularly from a faith perspective. Shoshana appears regularly on BBC Radio 2 “Pause for Thought” and is a frequent speaker at conferences, including TEDxJerusalem, Limmud, Greenbelt, and the Cambridge CoExist Leadership Programme. She is the author of The Barefoot Book of Jewish Folk Tales.