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Being Peter Pan in today’s reality

Dana Sender-MullaFilmed at Makom 2016

With Peter Pan, the boy who refused to grow up, as her inspiration, Dana Sender-Mulla navigates the differences between being ‘childish’ and ‘childlike'. In her talk, Dana presents the case for a childlike approach to life – taking risks, being curious, playful and grateful.

Dana Sender-Mulla is the Israel Director for JWRP – Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project and a Schusterman Foundation Fellow.

Before joining JWRP, Dana worked as the Director of Garin Tzabar, the Director of the StandWithUs Fellowship and before that as the Youth Leadership Program Director for OneVoice Israel.

In 2006, Dana founded an Israeli NGO called Tzemach – a student-led, grassroots organization with the goal of deepening Zionist values and awakening social responsibility and solidarity among Israeli University and High School students.

Dana is a member of the Global Shapers Community for the World Economic Forum, board member for several Israeli NGOs and a mentor for a few social entrepreneurship programs. She received her M.A. in Public and Political Leadership and her B.A. in Liberal Arts from Tel Aviv University. She was later a a Fellow at the Be’nei Moshe Program at the Shalem Center and became certified in Jewish Peoplehood teaching for educators by the International School for Jewish Peoplehood Studies.

Dana is married to Noam and mother to Itamar and Avigail.

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