Rotem Yadlin, CEO of Access for All, will discuss how her organization helps disadvantaged populations in Israel gain access to a university education, enabling them to successfully integrate into Israeli society. Access for All is active in four Israeli universities, with 1,700 students assisted by 68 tutors.
Rotem has been honored by the Israeli Bar Association for her work with disadvantaged populations. She serves as Director at Levinsky College of Education and as a member of the Diaspora Affairs Ministry’s Public Advisory Committee. Rotem is a veteran of the Israeli Air Force and is a Wexner Israel Fellow working on her master’s degree in public administration at Harvard.
This program is co-sponsored by Temple Israel of Natick Israel Action Committee, Sisterhood, Men’s Club, Adult Education and Hazak; The American Society of the University of Haifa; Framingham-Natick Hadassah.+ More... - Less...
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