Keren Tamar Greenblatt Social Entrepreneur
Keren Tamar Greenblatt is a social entrepreneur, lawyer and seasoned lecturer. She is founder and CEO of Gala - an online giving platform, as well as Co-Founder and Executive Director of Layla Tov - a social venture fighting sexual assault and harassment in the nightlife. Keren worked as Executive Director of “Shutafot” Coalition of Feminist organizations for Economic Equality, and as Director of Policy and Advocacy at the Israel Women’s Network.
She has been consulting for several government authorities including the Israel Ministry of Health, the Authority for the Advancement of Women, and the State Comptroller report on Sexual Harassment. She has also worked at the Israel Foreign Ministry, the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law, and the Association of Civil Rights Israel.
She has a Law degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and an LL.M from Georgetown University Law Center.
Keren is a Seeds of Peace GATHER Fellow, a MassChallenge accelerator Finalist, and an ROI Community Member, and was named on influential lists such as "50 Social Heroes 2015" by Yediot Aharonot, 2017's 50 Most Influential Women in Israel by Forbes Magazine, and "20 Women who are Changing Israel's Health Industry" by TheMarker (2018).
For businesses and organizations, this interactive, high-energy workshop helps translate sexual harassment prevention laws into clear do's & don't's to create a respectful, positive work environment
Women in Tech
We will talk about Difference, Diversity, Discrimination and Diligence; Look at the Tech industry from a gender lens, and examine whether justice and profit are mutually exclusive when thinking about equal opportunity
Gender & Israel
This is a bird's eye view of women and gender issues in Israel. What are the main challenges and achievements for women in Israel? How is Israel different from the rest of the world?
Layla Tov - Frustration to revolution: This lecture looks at identifying an issue, building a coalition of stake- holders, designing an intervention, and carrying it out, all while changing public discourse