Enviromental justice

I am a passionate environmental activist and animal welfare advocate. Eco-justice also encompasses social justice because nature has no borders – it is a space for dialogue and healing between all people who share our planet. 

As Operations Manager of Gazelle Valley in Jerusalem, I oversee Israel’s largest urban nature site. I interact with endangered Mountain gazelles, vulnerable Greek tortoises, near-threatened Ferruginous ducks, and over 500 species of flora including locally-endangered clary sage. I come prepared with a Masters in Environmental Studies from Tel Aviv University and with Training for Animal Park Managers and Handlers through the Israel Nature and Parks Authority.

I am proud to share my eco-expertise with different audiences! I have spoken to faith institutions, online for budding environmentalists worldwide, and on a panel for Vegan Birthright. My next lecture circuit will be in the UK – I look forward to meeting you!

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cleaning rehavia river

rescuing a balkan terrapin

planting water mint