Dani previously led Limmud International, supporting and advising Limmud volunteer leaders and teams in Europe as well as worldwide to deliver diverse cross-communal Jewish learning events to over 80 Limmud communities in more than 40 countries. She was responsible for delivering regional and international development and connection programmes. Her background is in project management, social research into community conflict, and she was a madricha in a pluralist youth movement. Dani has a BA in Modern History and Political Science and an MA in Mediterranean Studies. She lives in London.
A native of London, England, who has lived in both Israel and the US, Clare has a BA from Oxford University and an MA in Education from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She was a Jerusalem Fellow at the Mandel Institute for Leadership in Jerusalem and is also a licensed coach with a focus on leadership development. Clare has worked with a range of organisations including Hillel, the iCenter, the Jewish Agency and many more. She lives in Jerusalem with her family.
Melanie spent her childhood and youth in the United States, Asia and Switzerland. Growing up, she was active in her local Jewish youth movement and later worked as a youth director for the Swiss Federation of Jewish Communities. She also spent time studying and working for an HR consultancy in Spain. Her other past work experience includes simplifying procedures for small businesses for an NGO in Costa Rica, as well as advising and coaching students, creating lectures and workshops and working in applied research projects in the areas of organizational and personnel development at the University of Applied Psychology, Northwestern Switzerland. Melanie has a M.Sc. in Psychology from the University of Bern and is also a certified coach. She is based in Switzerland.