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Mission Statement

To inspire and empower you as a Jewish leader to build yourself, lead with confidence, implement ideas and increase Jewish engagement across the globe.


Are you a Jewish leader or a leader who happens to be Jewish?
To be a Jewish leader there is no image, no professional versus personal.


This leadership journey is packed with opportunities, exploration and a peer to peer network of outstanding people from all around the world who are united on a mission.


As this generation grows increasingly urgent in its desire for clarity, purpose and direction, Judaism’s infinite depth and wisdom has begun to illuminate the way for so many.

As thousands of Jewish people rediscover their roots and find all too often that their previous perceptions were incomplete or incorrect, a new vision of Judaism, Israel and identity is emerging- one that is relevant and essential in today’s world. A vision of meaning and purpose, of courage to be who you are meant to be and clear steps how to get there.


Bringing with it such clarity, Judaism is best used as a foundation of life principles, the tool for self awareness and the moral and ethical compass that can guide our lives to success. It can inform and powerfully direct decisions such as career, family and other life choices with an astounding precision and potency.


We need leaders. Jewish leaders. Leaders who are educated, informed and lead from clarity, strength and integrity. Leaders who want to be great in themselves, are committed to growth and want to make a difference in the world. Benefiting from Olami’s global community of over 320 organizations around the world and with the full endorsement and support of the Govt of Israel, this is your ticket to the top.

``In a place where there are no leaders, strive to be a leader.``
Pirkei Avos (Ethics of the Fathers) 2:5