The annual general meeting will be held on Zoom on Friday, 10/21/22, at 9:00
Association members are invited to attend the meeting. Get updated and be part of the action.
09:00-09:15 – opening, introduction
09:15-09:30 - A little about what has been happening in Israel since the last meeting
09:30-10:00 - presentation of financial reports, verbal report and audit + time for questions
10:00-10:30 - Presentation of the nominated board of directors
10:30-11:00 - votes, free discussion and summary.
In order to participate in the general meeting, you must arrange the registration and/or renewal of membership in the association.
The association helps in one way or another to all 15,000 families that join our community every year. If through rights, support and assistance, raising awareness, promoting the quality of care for premature babies and more...
Membership in the association strengthens us in front of the decision makers as a body that represents many, and allows us to continue to act for tens of thousands of families every year.
join us! Because only together can we continue to improve the condition of premature babies in Israel.
To join as members of an association
to pay the membership fee
Registered association members who have paid the membership fees will receive a reminder and a link to Zoom near the deadline. For more details, you can contact Romi Shavari, the CEO of the association, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org and/or mobile 050-2448778
To join a WhatsApp group dedicated to the meeting
Information about the new board of directors
through a plan Mentor To which we were admitted this year, we made a connection toThe team of social directors,
And so a team of 7 amazing people was formed for the board of directors.
This is very exciting, as for the first time in the history of the Hebrew Bible, 99% from the board does not consist of parents of premature babies.
Because you can't do the same things over and over again and expect different results.
(Some wise man once said before us:))
35 years old, mother of 6-year-old premature twins and a 1-year-old baby, married to Itamar and lives in Tel Aviv. Accountant since 2015, graduated from big4 as a senior manager in the field of auditing, currently worked in a real estate company.
Has experience in auditing financial statements of public and private companies, associations, retail companies, in the field of high-tech, real estate and traditional industry.
|Sarit Sara Segal
60 years old
Lives in Rishon Lezion
Engaged in commercial real estate marketing, independent
A member of the social board on behalf of the joint and a member of the board of directors of the Israel Yaffe Council.
|Michael Zatz, 39 years old
Attorney with a master's degree in law, married +3, lives in Modi'in.
In the past, he managed several headquarters departments in the Hebrew Scout movement - he established and managed the movement's activities in Eastern Europe in cooperation with the Nativ Liaison Bureau. At the same time, he led the establishment of the 'Grein Sabar' project for Russian-speaking lone soldiers and for two years he managed the movement's reception and periphery department. He served in the position Director of organizational development and team management in the cadet program for local government. Currently, director of the policy promotion and government relations department at ALOT - the National Association for Children and Adults with Autism.
A social activist, he served as a member of the board of the association 'Kulana Famili', and volunteered as the CEO of the writer's house in Modi'in-Maccabim-Reot.
His debut book 'Shabir-Halumot', (Shira, published by 'Bitaun Hashira'), was published in 2019.
Basketball player, captain, manager, independent lawyer, mediator, personal trainer and business consultant
Owner of the company "DARE TO DREAM" - consulting and business development, financial consulting and accompaniment in alternative investments and real estate
Volunteers at the 'Yozmat Atid' association. As a mentor, he accompanies women in the establishment and development of small businesses with the aim of helping them achieve financial independence and get out of the cycle of poverty and hardship.
So far I have accompanied 30 female entrepreneurs.
Volunteer in the 'Cauliflower' project - distributing food to the needy, especially Holocaust survivors.
Volunteer at the 'Nitzots' association - volunteering activities for teenagers.
Volunteer in the project 'Seh Tova' - a voluntary social project whose goal is to help the fired to return to the workforce.
It is a huge and exciting privilege to be in this place of giving and I bless it every day.
Iris Erez, has a master's degree in life sciences and business administration. Between 1996-2018, she worked in marketing and sales management at one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies, such as Teva, AstraZeneca, Bayer.
Iris managed medical fields in gynecology, family medicine, diabetes and respiratory. In 2012, she was the first product manager in Israel to launch an original "Blue and White" application to guide patients and their family members in the correct use of inhalers for asthma and COPD patients.
Over the years, she participated in professional forums in her fields of practice in Israel and abroad and was exposed to the enormous importance of providing answers to patients and their families.
Senior business advisor
MBA graduate in business administration. In recent years has been engaged in developing resources for associations, partnerships and building independent profit units. Engaged in marketing and business development for over 20 years, mainly in establishing new business platforms, organizational efficiency and improving work processes.
|Yulia Levy, CPA (Israel, USA)
Has a bachelor's degree in economics, accounting and management from Tel Aviv University and a master's degree in accounting from Bar Ilan University.
Owner of a company for strategic financial management in companies, lecturer in finance, director of a public company in Israel, member of the board of the United Health Insurance Fund
Volunteering at the association as a member of the board of directors since 2022.
Lives in Tel Aviv, happily married to Daniel and mother of Ariel, Maya and Eleanor.