Nurit Even-Tov is a native Israeli. She has a BA in Economics and Business Management from The Hebrew University. She began working for Masa Israel in 2008.
She currently lives in Jerusalem with her husband and two children.
Hava Atias is the Director of the Scholarships Department at Masa. A native Jerusalemite, Hava served in the Israeli Defense Forces as an instructor for 2 years and holds a BA in General Studies from the Open University. Before coming to Masa she worked for the United Israel Appeal of Canada (UIAC).
She currently lives in Jerusalem with her husband Rafi and their 3 sons. When she is not working she enjoys DIY and Bon Jovi.
Ben is an experienced community professional with a strong record of driving change with individuals, organizations and communities. He holds a BA in Cultural Studies, an MA in Human Development from the Tavistock Centre in London, and an MA in Social Work. Ben began his career as National Director of Liberal Judaism's youth department before moving to work over the course of five years as a frontline Social Worker in a children at risk team in London. He also has a strong volunteer sector record, including as chair of the committee to establish a first-ever cross-communal Jewish primary school in South London.
Between 2013 and 2015 Ben and his partner Cat spent 15-months on four different continents volunteering, working and travelling. Originally from the UK, Ben and Cat moved to Israel in 2016. They live in Tel Aviv.
Efrat is Masa Israel’s Director of Educational Content and Assessment. She is a native Israeli who joined Kolot seven years ago after directing special projects, fundraising and working in communication departments for the New Israel Fund. Efrat led Kolot’s recruitment and student advisory offices, developed new programming and established partnerships with other organizations. She holds an LL.B. in Law from Bar Ilan University, and is a member of the Israeli Bar Association, as well as a graduate of the Alma College for Hebrew Culture in Tel Aviv.