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Ronit Sharir Joins AFTAU as National Director of Alumni Affairs
Monday, October 28, 2019 10:43:00 AM

TAU graduate brings experience as a passionate networker and community manager

American Friends of Tel Aviv University (AFTAU) is pleased to announce that Ronit Sharir has joined the organization as National Director of Alumni Affairs, based in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Mrs. Sharir, a native of Israel, brings vast experience in human resources, organizational development, consulting, group facilitation, and coaching in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. She most recently designed, planned, and executed StartUp 360, an educational Bay Area ecosystem tour for EMBA graduates from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Since 2014, she's been an active board member of MaagalimICC at the Oshman Family Jewish Community Center as well as Program Director at Jewish LearningWorks in San Francisco. She has also served as the Head of Global Organization and Chapter Development with CISV International.

"Ronit is a great believer in strengthening communities and a networker who is passionate about creating connections and helping people achieve their goals and dreams. We are excited to have her join our team and grow our alumni network," said Jennifer Gross, CEO of AFTAU.

Mrs. Sharir earned her MA in Labor Studies at Tel Aviv University and holds an MA in Managerial Leadership from the City University of Seattle. In her free time she enjoys reading, Pilates, and mixed media art. She and her family have made their home in the Bay Area for more than seven years.




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