Join Our Network
Forum Dvorah creates a network of leading women in Israel in the fields of national security and foreign policy and supports the development of the next generation of leadership among young women in these fields.
The Forum is unique in terms of its goals and the make-up of its participants, who come from a variety of opinions and backgrounds, but who are all involved professionally with the security and political fields.
We operate through the belief in the power of a network of members who promote each other, open doors and opportunities and assist in various professional issues.
Criteria for Joining:
10 years of professional experience and / or relevant education.
Women with professional / academic experience in the public, private and civil society in national security; foreign policy and public diplomacy; national resilience and "future frontiers".
Committed to the values of Forum Dvorah.
* Joining is conditional upon the approval of the Membership Committee
Meetings and activities open to the association's members only
Participation in task teams
Ability to initiate and lead programs and activities for the forum
Access to unique content
Ability to elect the members of the Board of Directors and ability to be elected to the Board of Directors
Membership fee: A single annual fee - 300-750 NIS of your choice.
Annual event and Forum Dvorah awards:
Our annual took place in October 2021 and featured awards celebrating prominent women in our fields:
Foreign Policy Award: Ambassador Meirav Eylon-Shahar
National Security Award: Commander Sigal Bar-Tzvi
Lifetime Achievement Award: R, retired senior officer in the security establishment
Special Award for Combatting Covid-19: Tal Levy Diamnshten, IDF Officer in Reserve within the Home-Front Command
The key-note speech was given by First Lady, Adv. Michal Herzog. Additional speakers at the event were Head of the Coalition and the award winners.
Video greetings were sent by the Foreign Minister and Minister for Social Equality.
Foreign Policy Award recipient
Ambassador Meirav Eylon-Shahar
Forum Dvorah in Numbers
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