Liron Shoham, Inter Agency Task Force on Israeli Arab Issues

by Haya Luftig

Liron Shoham  is Associate Director at the Inter Agency Task Force on Israeli Arab Issues where she works to further the organization’s mission of raising awareness and providing education about Israel’s Arab citizens for North American Jewish communities.

Liron joined the Task Force after serving as Director of Operations for the Harold Grinspoon Foundation’s (HGF) New York Office, which she co-founded to grow PJ Library, the foundation’s signature family engagement program, in the metropolitan region and through national partnerships. Prior, Liron was part of the Major Gifts and Foundation Relations division at the American Friends for the Weizmann Institute of Science. With a lifelong interest in cross-cultural coexistence, Liron has traveled widely and trained in community dispute resolution, non-violent communication, restorative justice and cross-cultural dialogue facilitation. Born in Israel, raised in the US, Liron is bicultural and speaks fluent Hebrew. She holds an MA in Conflict Resolution from Bradford University in England and a BA in Anthropology and Arts-Semiotics from Brown University.

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Haya Luftig