Team

Our Team Members

Marom’s success is the result of having extremely capable people throughout the world who have dedicated themselves to shaping a vibrant and strong future for the Jewish people.
Here are a few of the people who make Marom what it is – join us!

Suzy Bedoucha
Suzy Bedoucha

Hi! My name is Suzy Bedoucha, I grew up in Brazil and six years ago I became an Israeli. I graduated in Education and Political Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and I’m now studying a master degree in Gender Studies at the University of Tel Aviv. I’ve been a member of Chazit Hanoar since my early childhood, and working for the program is very satisfying at both personal and professional levels – it’s a true blessing to work with something one believes and is passionate about!

Eitan Gottfried
Eitan Gottfried
I was born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, where I took part as chanich, madrich and at the end of Novar SP.
I made Shnat 2013 and in 2015 I made Aliyah and joined the paratroopers.
Today I am Rakaz from the Shnat of NOAM Amlat and Barcelona and I study Political Science and Jewish Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
I’m a fan of the hapoel jerusalem of basketball, hapoel katamon of soccer, and it has nothing better than spending hours seeing a starry sky
Michal Chacham
Michal Chacham
Director of Europe-Africa Desk

Michal has many years of experience working in Jewish Education. Her first time meeting the Conservative/Masorti movement was at Camp Ramah in the Berkshires – New York, where she worked as a Shlicha for six summers (2003-2008) and served as Rosh Edah and Rosh Mishlachat. Michal worked in different programs with Ramah Israel and was the Asst. Director of Ramah Israel Seminar from 2009-2014. Michal also worked with the Jewish Agency Shlichut Department and the Avichai Foundation, in selecting and training Shlichim to work in Jewish summer camps in North America. Michal grew up in Tiberias, lived in Jerusalem for many years and just moved back to Israel after living in NYC and working as the USY Central Shlicha in North America. Michal is a foodie and was a host at the Israeli startup Eatwith and thought cooking classes with City Harvest in NY. Michal studied Graphic Design in Shenkar college for engineering and design and she holds a B.A from Bar Ilan University in Israel studies, Sociology and Anthropology.

Ro’ee Peled
Ro’ee Peled
Director

Ro’ee has nearly two decades of experience in leading and directing social and educational projects. Among other things, he directed ‘Face to Face’, a Jewish-Arab dialogue program at Givat Haviva.
For the last ten years Ro’ee has been involved with Jewish education. In his last position he was a Jewish Agency community shaliach in the United States.
Ro’ee holds a Master’s degree in organizational sociology from the Hebrew University and a BA in sociology and political science from Tel Aviv University. He is married to Michal, and the proud father of Naama, Matan and Or.

Cecilia Cohen
Cecilia Cohen
Director of Latin America Desk

Cecilia Cohen heads the Latin-America desk for Marom. Also known as Ceci, she was born in Argentina, and has a BA in Education and in History of Art from the Hebrew University. As a teenager in Argentina she was an active member of the youth movement “Hechalutz Lamerchav”. She participated in the Shnat Hachasara program in 1999. In 2002 Cecilia immigrated to Israel. She worked as a coordinator and educator at the Machon leMadrichim in Jerusalem. Cecilia was a Shlicha at the Ari community in Rio de Janeiro for Chazit HaNoar youth movement. There she worked as coordinator of Jewish studies at the “Eliezer Max” school. She leads educational missions to Poland. Cecilia is married to Kike, and the mother of Liam and Adam.

David Arias Weil
David Arias Weil
Media & Educational Materials

David, commonly known as Chulo, was born in Santiago, Chile, and was part of the conservative community there. From a young age he became an active member of Tikva, one of the branches of Noam in the city. He studied at the “Chaim Weizmann Hebrew School” and after finishing high school, came to Israel to the Marom-Noam Shnat Hachshara. Upon his return, he became the coordinator of the Chilean branch of Noam, Rosh Chinuch of the Movement, and coordinator of the Madrichim course. At the same time he started teaching at Jewish communities in the area, and he taught at a Bar and Bat Mitzvah course. In 2011 was elected first Mazkir of Noam Latin America and developed many international projects and spiritual and ideological activities and seminars. Chulo made aliyah in 2014, and after his military service he joined the Marom staff, becoming the coordinator of the Marom-Noam Shnat Hachshara. David has a bachelor’s degree in music and is currently studying towards an MA in Jewish studies at the Schechter Institute, as part of the Rabbinic training course. He is married to Daiana, whom he met through NOAM.

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