Adel Iktelat’s father passed away at the peak of the COVID-19 crisis. Almost immediately after the funeral, he got right to work on his life’s mission: to save his community and his home. Just then, as everyone kept their distance from one another, Adel, a senior Clalit HMO official and a fellow in MAOZ’s INBAR Joint Venture, discovered that while...
Network member Kobi Rozenstein, the Director-General of the Darkei Yosher educational network and a creative social entrepreneur, gave us a peak into what a typical day in his crazy life looked like during the COVID-19 crisis, as well as shed some light on how the ultra-Orthodox society dealt with the coronavirus.
Yeruham Mayor Tal Ohana shares what the coronavirus looked like in Yeruham, what courageous decisions she made and what opportunities arose from the crisis.
The MAOZ Network's greatest strength during this period is Network members' connections to each other. So how did one message spark a massive medical supply-printing operation?
The MAOZ Network is at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19: 602 Network members from all professional fields, sectors and systems are promoting social change initiatives and solutions. 90 seconds showing you what it looks like.
Maoz Network members across the country hold key roles in combatting the Coronavirus crisis. We wanted you to hear about their respective missions in their own words.
Miri Navon, tasked with implementing the law for integration in special education and a member of the MAOZ Network, is one of the leaders driving change in the education system. Her passion is not only from a sense of professional purpose, but also because of her familiarity and personal connection to the challenges that individuals with disabilities face.
Yakir Segev, a MAOZ Network member, passed by the building that housed the "Pussycat" club in Tel Aviv, that was destined for demolition. He approached the real estate developers and embarked on a project - transforming the space that was a symbol of women’s exploitation, into an active and enlightened social center, a home for at-risk populations, social entrepreneurs and...
What makes a senior military doctor decide to make a sharp career change? And how does this connect to his experience on the Inbar Joint Venture fellowship? Avi Yitzhak, the Southern Command Chief Medical Officer, explains in an inspiring Ted-style talk he gave at the graduation ceremony of the 3rd cohort of the Inbar Joint Venture.
Only when he was already the director general of the Ministry of Social Equality did Avi Cohen, a member of the MAOZ network, realize that his personal and family story was not dominant in his personal narrative
The connection between two members of the MAOZ network - Shahar Rubinstein, CEO of Kedma Youth Village for at-risk children, and Ziv Nevo from Intel - became an educational startup that put hundreds of children at risk on a direct route to high-tech employment.
Vered Goshen, director of the Bloomberg Innovation Program in Beersheba and the Maoz Network member, talks about her personal upheaval - which has become a professional upheaval.
For Yona Goodman, Bnei Akiva's educational director and member of the MAOZ network, it was clear that he wanted to bring the educational experience from MAOZ fellows' community week to his employees. So he took his management team on an Israeli journey. This is what happened.