Democracy & Diversity
Naomi has been working as a senior project manager at the Hanns Seidel Foundation Israel, where she is responsible for public relations, managing project activities with local partner organizations, and managing parliamentary events and delegations in both Germany and Israel.
Prior to her work at the Hanns Seidel Foundation, she worked as a reporter and political researcher for the Asahi Shimbum newspaper in Jerusalem.
Naomi received the International Parliamentary Scholarship in 2012 on behalf of the German Bundestag, during which she worked as parliamentary assistant to Gitta Connemann, Vice President of the German-Israeli Society and Vice-chair of the German-Israeli Parliamentary Group at the Bundestag.
She received her B.A. and M.A. in English Literature, with honors from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Languages: Hebrew, German, English
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