Challenges and Conflict Resolution in Israel and the IDF

Top Pick December 16, 2018 Sudbury Free
(Photo: edu_castro27/Pixabay)
(Photo: edu_castro27/Pixabay)

The Chabad Center of Sudbury invites you to a lecture and conversation on challenges and conflict resolution in Israel and the IDF in the 21st century. The presentation will be co-presented by Lt. Col. Hagay Carmi and his wife, Michal Carmi, and will be shared as a personal perspective and journey.

Michal and Hagay met when he was in the middle of the officers’ course at the beginning of his army service. Together they have seven children. In the past 18 years, they have been navigating between family, Hagay’s intensive and meaningful service in the IDF and Michal’s activities in the fields of education and writing.

During the conversation, Israel’s challenges will be presented from a personal and family perspective.

Hagay Carmi, IDF

Lt. Col. Hagay currently heads a new department in the organization responsible for addressing unprecedented national security challenges. He joined the IDF in 2000 after completing his BSc in engineering under the academic reserve program (Atuda) and has served in a variety of leadership positions. Throughout his service, Hagay has contributed significantly to major projects, seven of which won the Israel Defense Prize. Hagay holds an MA in electro-optical engineering from Ben-Gurion University and an MBA from Bar-Ilan University. He volunteers in community initiatives, focusing on immigrant absorption and informal education for school children.

Michal Carmi

Michal has been working for 15 years as a teacher of Hebrew literature in high school in Israel. In the last five years, Michal has been teaching parent groups the amazing “Sheffer Approach” for resolving dynamics between parents and their children. She publishes articles on the “Kippah” website and manages the Facebook page “Shefer in Love – Michal Carmi.” Michal also gives empowerment lectures, inspiring people to achieve goals in life. Her primary role is to raise her seven children alongside Hagay.

The presentation will last about 45 minutes, followed by an interactive Q&A session. Light refreshments will be served.

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Sunday, December 16, 2018, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Chabad Center of Sudbury
100 Horse Pond Rd
Sudbury, MA 01776

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