Michael coaches leaders in education through the change management process. He lives near London, UK with his wife and two daughters. Esther holds an M.
Esther has been involved in Jewish Education for the last 40 years, since arriving in England from her home town Antwerp in Belgium, both as a teacher of Jewish Studies in a wide range of schools — from the Early Years to Secondary school — and as a Head of Jewish Studies and Deputy Head for 14 years. Since entering consultancy in , Esther has worked closely with senior leaders and Heads of Jewish Studies to achieve excellence in their schools focusing on professional development for all staff, curriculum development and monitoring as well as teacher training.
Esther lectures on the B. Esther lives in London with her husband but travels among Manchester, the United States and Israel to spend time with her five children and her many grandchildren. Melissa has over 10 years of experience as a corporate attorney in New York and Tokyo.
Her practice focused on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic alliances in various industries including telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, media and computers. Joanne studied languages Spanish, French, and Italian at Cambridge University followed by postgraduate legal studies. Joanne is the Chief Executive of the London School of Jewish Studies, which provides teacher training for Jewish community schools, Jewish education degrees for educators in the UK and overseas and adult education courses, events and digital content.
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Prior to this she was the Get Case Director at the London Beth Din, enabling parties to secure a Jewish divorce, mediating between parties and seeking new strategies to deal with difficult cases of Get refusal. She spent 12 years at Herbert Smith Freehills in the City of London specialising in international dispute resolution. She holds a number of communal board positions and regularly teaches across the community.
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Dassy holds a degree in Psychology and Counseling and is a qualified teacher. She is the Director of Eishet Chayil, a leading professional development and support network to empower Rebbetzins and women in leadership positions in Central and Western Europe. Rivky graduated with honors from Yeshiva University with a B. Rivky has been working in Jewish education and educational technology for close to 20 years and has held department chair positions in Jewish studies at day schools and community schools in the United States. In addition to being a master teacher, she has worked as a department chair, teacher mentor, curriculum writer, and educational technologist.
She currently teaches online for Lookstein Virtual and also serves as the Director of Education in a Jewish overnight camp during the summers.
Isaac received his higher education from Brooklyn College. He completed his academics with an undergraduate accounting degree, graduating with honors at the top of his class. He brings a collection of entrepreneurial and financial organization skills to his position with EFI. His professional experience includes owning and operating a toy importing business for several years, and ensuring data accuracy for high-transaction non-profit organizations. For the last six years she has served as a board member of Kahal Adass Jisroel, a young modern Orthodox community in Berlin, Germany, where she lives with her three children.
Rafael has been involved in the world of Jewish philanthropy for 15 years. As the Israel Trips Director for Olami, he oversaw grants to thousands of college students looking to learn more about their heritage and partnerships with the Governments of Israel and beyond. After being raised and educated in New York, Rafael, his wife Pearly, and their five children have lived in Israel since Alex grew up in London, England, and received an M. Lauder Foundation. Today, Josh is active in the fields of collaborative philanthropy, strategic thinking for Jewish communities and schools, and security for Jewish educational institutions in Europe.
Josh is an ordained Rabbi and lives in Berlin, Germany, with his wife, Joelle, and three daughters. International philanthropist, diplomat, public servant, entrepreneur, investor and patron of the arts, Ronald S. Lauder is deeply committed to his Jewish heritage. In , Mr.
Ambassador to Austria by President Ronald Reagan. In , he established The Ronald S. Lauder Foundation, which now has 20 Jewish schools, kindergartens and summer camps throughout 15 countries in Central and Eastern Europe. Over 4, children attend these schools today, and 2, children attend the summer camps.
Over the years, the Foundation has educated more than 50, children in a region that was devoid of Jewish scholarship and has helped build thriving Jewish communities throughout this area. Encouraged by the success of the Foundation, and passionate about the power of Jewish day schools, The Ronald S. Lauder Foundation, together with five other Jewish foundations and organizations and in partnership with the Government of Israel, established a new charitable entity.
Lauder serves as Honorary President, works with 20 Jewish communities across Europe. EFI inspires thousands of Jewish children and their families to become active, engaged members of both their local and their global Jewish community. In February of , Mr. His selection by the Conference followed his election in as President of the Jewish National Fund, of which he now serves as Chairman-Emeritus.
Lauder established the Lauder Employment Center in the old city of Beersheba. In June , Mr. Higher education in France, B Lacroix. Europe Now.
New perspectives on French immigration policy, G Moreau. Book Reviews. The last few years have seen monumental battles over education both in Britain and in continental Europe. While the need for the state to take responsibility for raising educational standards has never been fully accepted in Britain, on the continent of Europe the state is seen to have a legitimate and necessary role in providing better education for the bulk of its citizens.
This difference will take on greater importance after '' when competition will depend on a skilled, that is educated, workforce. In the Europe of the future there will be little room for unskilled, low-paid workers. For the academic and general reader interested in the changing state of education throughout Europe. We are always looking for ways to improve customer experience on Elsevier.
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