b'NAOMI SCHNEIDERMAN Naomi Schneiderman has been involved in the campaign to assist victims of domestic violence in Israel for over fifteen years, and since 2013, she has served as Executive Director of Woman to Woman, one of Israels most esteemed organizations in the field. In this capacity, she has led substantial physical and programmatic growth, evident in improved living conditions alongside enhanced and diversified therapeutic interventions, benefiting scores of women and their children every year. Naomi has also used her acquired expertise to influence public policy and is proud to have spearheaded the Law for the Rights of Women Who Resided in Battered Womens Shelters, which was passed by Israels Knesset in 2017. In 2005, she was an award-winning fellow at Hebrew Universitys Lafer Center for Gender Studies and in 2012, was selected for the International Ford Motor Company Fellowship, in conjunction with Columbia Universitys School of International and Public Affairs. Between 2020 and 2022, Naomi was a fellow of Connecting for Impact, a select leadership cohort, conducted by the National Council of Jewish Women and Tel Aviv Universitys Gender Studies Program. On its 75th anniversary, Israel is afflicted by an erosion of values and much inner strife and violence. But many of us still care and hope for a better future. In my professional capacity, I have been privileged to help survivors of domestic violence from all walks of life, irrespective of race, religion or economic status. These inspirational women have chosen to rebuild their lives against many odds.Naomi holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in English Literature from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Magna Cum Laude) and in 2020, was certified in the Program in Organizational Consultation and Development, under the auspices of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. She was born and raised in Jerusalem where she still resides with her husband and three children.A MOSAIC OF ISRAEL|75 UNSUNG HEROS'