Matan was born in Kiryat Bialik (1981) and is a married father of two.
He holds a B.A. in Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies from Haifa University, and an M.A. in Conflict Research from Jerusalem’s Hebrew University.
Matan previously hosted the radio show Radio Zion, which focused on Zionist awareness in Israeli society.
In 2014, he published his first book: Between Rishikesh and the Temple Mount.
Alon was born in Buenos Aires (1986) and lives in Jerusalem.
He holds a B.A. cum laude in Geography and Environmental Development, Land of Israel Studies, and Politics and Government from Ben-Gurion University, and is currently completing his M.A in Geography and Urban Planning in Jerusalem’s Hebrew University.
Prior to his role as Director of Policy, Alon served as National Campus & Field Coordinator, and as the movement’s Branch Coordinator at Ben-Gurion University.
He is a proud IDF reservist, serving as a platoon sergeant in the Combat Engineering Corps.
Sheila was born in Buenos Aires (1982) and is a married mother of two.
In 2008, she fulfilled her Zionist dream by immigrating to Israel with her husband.
She holds a B.A. in Business Administration from the University of Beunos Aires, and an M.A. in Non-Profit Organizations Management from Jerusalem’s Hebrew University.
Sheila previously served as the Coordinator for Foreign Students at the movement’s Hebrew University branch, and as the Director of the Hadar Foundation, a pro-Israel advocacy organization.
Udi Tenne was born in Ramat Gan (1986) and is a married father of one.
He holds a B.A. cum laude in Communications and Education, an M.A. in Public Policy, and is currently completing his PhD in Communications and History.
Udi previously worked as the spokesperson for the Ministry of Justice, and the spokesperson for the Chairman of the Knesset’s Education, Culture, and Sports Committee.
He is an IDF officer and proudly serves in Reserve Duty in the Combat Engineering Corps.
Ilana was born in Russia (1989) and immigrated to Israel with her family at the age of four.
She grew up in Kiryat Gat and upon completing her IDF service, fulfilled her dream by moving to Jerusalem.
She holds a B.A. in International Relations and East Asian Studies from Jerusalem’s Hebrew University, where she was an active member of Im Tirtzu.
After graduating, Ilana travelled to China to intern at the South Western University of Finance and Economics in Chengdu.
Eytan was born in New York (1989) and is a married father of one.
He made Aliyah after high school and served as a combat soldier in the IDF’s Golani Brigade. Today he is a proud IDF reservist.
He holds a B.A. and M.A. in International Relations from Bar-Ilan University.
Prior to his current role, Eytan served as the movement’s Branch Coordinator at Bar-Ilan University for two years.