strategy, foreign policy, international social organizations, gender, BDS, negotiations with terror organizations for releasing captives
Einav Yogev is a strategic consultant in the fields civil society, security and leadership development. She previously worked as a researcher at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) in the institute’s terrorism and low intensity war program, and as a researcher in the program researching Delegitimisation and BDS.
In 2010 Einav initiated and created an internship program within the terrorism and low intensity war program which has become a flagship program for the INSS and a source of requiting applicants various security organizations and government offices.
Einav has vast experience in leading, planning and managing social entrepreneurship within leading international NGOs, such as Oxfam and Amnesty International.
She is a Volunteer in the “Common Ground” organisation which promotes women and gender equality education. She has an MA with honours in Policy from Georgetown University, an MA in Diplomacy and a BA in Philosophy and English Literature English, both From Tel Aviv University.