Anat Hoffman is the executive director of the Israel Religious Action Center, the legal and advocacy arm of the Reform Movement in Israel. Previously, she held a seat on the Jerusalem City Council, where for fourteen years she stood in opposition to the policies of the city’s... Read More
Batya Kallus has been involved with WOW since she moved to Israel in 1991. She is the Israel Advisor to the Fohs Foundation, a private American foundation that funds organizations which advance shared society and equality between Arab and Jewish citizens in Israel, and Program... Read More
Rachel Cohen Yeshurun was schooled at Bais Yaakov of Montreal and was active with Beth Ora Synagogue youth. Rachel made aliyah in 1989 but took 22 years to discover Women Of the Wall! She received a Bsc. in Mathematics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is currently... Read More
Tammy Gottlieb is 30 and lives in Jerusalem, originally from Rehovot. She was raised and educated in a Conservative home, long time member and current board member in Asath Shalom Emanual in Rehovot. Gottleib works in Masorti Movement.
Peggy Cidor is a journalist in Jerusalem.
Ella Kanner (PhD) is an Orthodox participant at the Women of the Wall, PhD in Gender Studies, a feminist activist for women and human rights, internet activist. She belongs to the Petach Tikva Modern Orthodox community.
Nathalie Lastreger lives in Mevasseret Zion. Nathalie has two MA degrees, one from Hebrew University in Political Science and a second recently completed in Talmud and Midrash from the Schechter institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem. She is currently completing her Rabbinical... Read More
Linda Avitan lives in Rehovot, has a BA in Psychology from Rutgers University in NJ, and an MSW from Columbia University, NY. She was raised in the Conservative movement and has been active in the Masorti movement since making aliyah to Israel in 1982. Today, she is a board... Read More