Former Executive Director of OneVoice Israel (Kol Ehad). In 2013, Polly returned from a four-year mission in London, where she served as head of the Jewish Agency delegation in Britain and a central delegate of the Scout movement to Western Europe. In the past, Polly served as Executive Director of Atidot, as director of the international department of the Scout Movement, and editor of the Yedioth Ahronoth economic supplement. Her education includes a BA in Communication and Political Science and an MA in Middle Eastern History (cum laude). She completed her military service with the rank of lieutenant. She currently lives in Tel Aviv with her husband and two children.
A part of the movement since 2014, she previously served as Project Manager and Operations Manager. Prior to joining Darkenu, Meytal worked in the communications field and served as a researcher, producer, and editor of content in various media. She has been a social activist for many years, an entrepreneur, and is active in a great number of projects.
One of the founders of Darkenu, Nimrod is also the CEO of Dice Marketing and Studio Studios, Rimon Studio, and a Lecturer at Tel Aviv University and the Interdisciplinary Center for Digital Marketing. He has an MA in Philosophy and History of Science and Ideas. He also writes. Married and lives in Givatayim.
Shiri holds a Ph.D. in conflict resolution from the Hebrew University, specializing in political psychology. She joined Darkenu after three years in London, where she worked as a research director at BBC Media Action. She lives in Mitzpe Manof in the Western Galilee and has three children.
A former spokesperson for MK Ayelet Nahmias, Stav is a Reserve Lieutenant in the Intelligence Corps, and holds a BA in political science and an MA in public policy.
Dorin has extensive management experience, especially in the fields of television and film and event production. She is an activist down to her very soul.
A graduate of social studies and politics, with a specialization in political communication (with honors), Asaf has been involved in social work as a group facilitator, manager and an instructor at Tel Aviv’s Barnuer, among various other initiatives in recent years. A graduate of the Rothschild Ambassadors Program for personal and social excellence at the Academy, he founded and managed a Facebook page for Israelis focusing on Bernie Sanders’ campaign in the United States.
Or holds an MBA with a specialization in social leadership (Mandel Foundation program), as well as a BA in politics and psychology. Most recently, he was a Jewish Agency emissary to Jewish communities in northern England. He also has extensive experience in various social organizations.
Tel Aviv is a feminist activist and founder of the Jaffa Women’s Fund for the Advancement of Women and Gender Equality. She holds a degree in government with a minor in the politics of Israel’s Knesset.