Nathalie Alyon is a program manager at the Israel Public Policy Institute (IPPI).
She has extensive experience working with social change organizations and academic institutions in Israel and abroad. Her previous roles include working as a program director at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, Associate Editor at the Journal of Levantine Studies as well as the Israeli representative at the Anna Lindh Foundation. A graduate of Brown University with a degree in International Relations, she holds an MA in Middle Eastern History from Tel Aviv University and an MA in English Literature and Creative Writing from Bar Ilan University. Her MA thesis was awarded the Chaim Herzog Award from the Center for Middle East Studies and Diplomacy at Ben Gurion University.
Languages: English, Turkish, Hebrew, Spanish