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Amy Dover

Amy Dover

Director of Special Projects & International Relations Coordinator

Amy Dover is committed to the values of tikkun olam and education for social change and has practiced them both professionally and personally from a young age. In recent years, Amy founded "Simu Lev", an organization matching North American donors with non-profits in Israel. The vision arose following twenty years of professional experience in the field of non-formal education and volunteer work with social justice and international development organizations in Israel, Canada, Central America and West Africa. Amy has many years experience working in the educational milieu with marginalized populations, community programming, service learning, as well as a very deep and meaningful connection with the Ethiopian community in Israel. Amy holds a BA in English Literature and Communications Studies from York University and a MEd in Critical Pedagogy and Cultural Studies, including cultural memory practices from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Additionally, Amy studied Phototherapy at the Naggar School of Photography, Media and New Music, Musrara Jerusalem and has worked in the therapeutic arena using photography, texts and theatre for the past nine years. Additionally she is a trained childbirth educator and facilitates private groups in Jerusalem. In 2000, Amy made Aliyah from Canada. She currently lives in Jerusalem with her husband and their four sons. She is very excited to be working with Keren Hanan Aynor as a Communications Officer.
Adi Ittelman

Adi Ittelman

Website Management

Adi Ittelman has been maintaining the KHA website since 2012. He made Aliyah to Israel with his family in 1977. Adi holds a B.Sc. from Ben-Gurion University and an MBA from Tel-Aviv University. He lives in Aviel and teaches math in the Alona area.
Keren Moshe Choucron

Keren Moshe Choucron

Student Liason

Keren earned her BA in economics and book keeping from the University of Ariel. Alongside her role as student liaison at Keren Aynor, Keren volunteers for an organisation called "Paamonim" which helps families improve their financial lives. Keren is married and lives in a moshav just outside Jerusalem.
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