NEGA ALENE, CEO
Born in Ethiopia Nega made Aliyah in 1995 and has dedicated his professional life to advancing the Ethiopian-Israeli community. Prior to making Aliyah, Nega completed his teacher training in Gondar, Ethiopia and served as the education director of the Addis Ababa immigrant transit camp, responsible for education of over 4,000 Ethiopian Jewish immigrants. Nega joined FIDEL in 2003 and served as director of the FIDEL crisis center for teens at risk and national director of FIDEL’s youth centers. Over the past 20 years, Nega has led initiatives aimed at truancy-prevention, mediation and group facilitation. .
Since 2011, Nega has served as Director of Community Development and Mediation. He oversees the FIDEL mediation program, training placing and guiding social and educational mediators in schools with a high concentration of Ethiopian-Israeli students. The mediators bridge the cultural gap between parents, school administration and the students.
GIL GILA D. , DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION & HUMAN RESOURCES
Gil has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Sociology – Bachelor’s degree. She is a certified tax consultant and bookkeeper, insurance agent and fitness trainer.
Gil has more that 35 years of hands-on experience in business management and working with non profits in Israel.
ORA ASEFU BREHANU, DIRECTOT OF HEALTH EDUCATION & PRESCHOOLERS
SHAY – ISU ADAMEKE , DIRECTOR OF THE YOUNG ADULTS, YOUTH & VOLUNTEERS
ETYANCHI ALEMU – DIRECTOR OF RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
MALI HEZKIYAHOO GETE – ACCOUNTANT