The Team / Fellows

Dr. Inbal Hakman
Fellow
Noah Slepkov
Fellow for Science, Technology, and Data
Maj. (Res) Dan Feferman
Fellow
Dr. Gitit Levy-Paz
Fellow
+972-2-5633356 #317

Bio

Inbal is a Ph.D. student at the Federmann School of Public Policy and Government, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is also a teaching assistant at the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy and at the Federmann School of Public Policy and Government. She worked as a Content Director and a member of the steering committee of the Israeli President’s Conference (2008-2009). She holds a master’s degree (honors) from the academic program in Public Policy at the Hebrew University.


Read more by Dr. Inbal Hakman

+972-2-6298311

Bio

Noah served as Foreign Policy and Strategic Advisor to Member of Knesset Dr. Einat Wilf and worked in the Israeli Knesset as a Parliamentary Assistant. His responsibilities included briefing senior diplomats and foreign media correspondents from around the world. He also worked with pro-Israel and Jewish organization around the world organizing community visits and lectures.

Noah holds an Honors BA in Jewish Studies from York University and an MA in Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution from the Lauder School of Government at the IDC Herzliya. He also studied Economics at the University of Toronto and Political Science at the University of Western Ontario.

Prior to immigrating to Israel from Canada in 2008, Noah worked on campuses across Canada organizing Jewish student events and leading Israel advocacy efforts.


Read more by Noah Slepkov

9/22/2019

Visualizing a Cultural Revolution / Professor Camil Fuchs and Noah Slepkov @ ISVIS 2019

9/20/2019

Main Findings

1/17/2019

Noah Slepkov: Who are the Jewish Israelis?

12/31/2018

#IsraeliJudaism, Portrait of a Cultural Revolution: English Summary

11/12/2018

Answer our survey and see where you land on the map of Israeli Judaism

9/05/2018

Pluralism and Relations between Groups in Israel

11/08/2017

Jerusalem and the Jewish People: Unity and Division

5/18/2017

Jerusalem and the Jewish People: Unity and Division – Interim Report

4/20/2017

2017 Pluralism in Israel Index

4/20/2017

2017 Pluralism Index Survey Results

3/16/2017

Op-Ed: Intel, Mobileye, and the Coming Technological Revolution

5/08/2016

JPPI Launches Its Pluralism Index in Israel

5/08/2016

JPPI Pluralism Index Launch Presentation

9/09/2015

Policy Opportunities for Video Games and Interactive Entertainment

7/16/2014

Crowd Sourced Genealogy and Direct-to-Consumer DNA Testing: Implications for the Jewish People

+972-2-5633356 #311

Activity:

De-legitimization


Bio

Dan Feferman recently completed his service with the IDF at the rank of major. For nearly a decade Dan served as a foreign policy and national security analyst and advisor to the General Staff, focusing on US-Israel strategic relations, as a special assistant to the Deputy Chief of the General Staff, and as a commander in an elite intelligence unit within the IDF’s Research and Analysis Division, where he continues to serve in reserve duty. Through his various positions, Dan has been closely involved in Israel’s most pressing strategic defense and political issues.

Dan also consults, lectures and writes on foreign policy, defense and intelligence matters .

Prior to his military service, Dan completed an MA in National Security Studies from Tel Aviv University and a BA in International Politics and Middle East Studies from the School of International Service, at the American University, Washington DC, both with honors. Dan also completed a prestigious internship at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.


Read more by Maj. (Res) Dan Feferman

025633356

Bio

Dr. Gitit Levy-Paz is a fellow at JPPI. She has a Ph.D. in Political Science from Bar-Ilan University, an M.A. in Hebrew Literature from Ben Gurion University, and a B.A. in Political Science and Communication from Bar-Ilan University. Her work focuses on contemporary Jewish American identity from an interdisciplinary – sociological, political and literary – viewpoint. In addition to her work at the JPPI, she is a lecturer at Bar-Ilan University.

Gitit was selected as a research fellow for the Israel Democracy Institute’s program on Judaism and Human Rights and has received several other fellowships. She worked as a literary editor and wrote literary criticism for the literary section of Haaretz.


Read more by Dr. Gitit Levy-Paz