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Maggie Bar-Tura

Executive Director

Israel Movement

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Israel Movement

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Operating Officer

Foundation for Jewish Camp

Executive Director of the Office of Management

UJA Federation of New York

Executive Director

Carmel Institute for Social Studies and Policy

Chief Operating Officer

Foundation for Jewish Camping

Affiliations

Member
Kibbutz Hulda

Secretary-General
Movement for Progressive Judaism

Web References (51 Total References)


Speaker Biographies | JPRO

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Maggie Bar-Tura

Maggie Bar-Tura joined the Foundation for Jewish Camp in 2006 as Chief Operating Officer in 2006. Previously, she was Executive Director of the Office of Management and Budget at UJA-Federation of New York.
Maggie lived in Israel for more than three decades, most of that time as a member of Kibbutz Hulda. She has served as the Executive Director of the Carmel Institute for Social Studies and Policy, in Zichron Yaakov, overseeing applied research to inform policy making in the fields of youth development, civic service, community building, and equality between Arab and Jewish citizens of Israel. Prior to that she founded and directed the Department of Resource Development and Special Projects of the United Kibbutz Movement. The Department worked with grassroots activists to develop and implement programs for immigrant absorption, women's leadership, advancement of Jewish pluralism, and cooperative volunteer action between secular and religiously observant Jewish Israeli youth. During that time she also served as an organizational consultant and strategic planner for numerous Israeli not-for-profit organizations. Maggie served for three years as an educational emissary to the Union for Reform Judaism in New York, taught at Hebrew Union College, and spent three summers as an educator at Kutz Camp. Upon her return to Israel she was appointed Executive Director of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism in Jerusalem. She has served as scholar in residence to Jewish communities in Australia and South Africa, as well as on college campuses in the United States. In addition to the above activities, Maggie has translated numerous works from Hebrew into English, including Amos Oz's works: "In the Land of Israel," "The Slopes of Lebanon," and "The Story Begins."
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Maggie is a graduate of Habonim Dror summer camps.


YU Experiential Jewish Education ยป The Advisory Committee

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Maggie Bar-Tura

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Maggie Bar-Tura
Until recently, Maggie was the Chief Operating Officer, Foundation for Jewish Camp where she oversaw strategic planning and program development. Previously, Maggie was a member of Kibbutz Hulda in Israel for three decades where she developed experiential educational programs for the kibbutz movement, and consulted to social change start-ups. She has served as the Executive Director of the Carmel Institute for Social Studies, and as Executive Director of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism.


Bios

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Maggie Bar-Tura Maggie Bar-Tura joined the Foundation for Jewish Camp in 2006 as Chief Operating Officer in 2006. Previously, she was Executive Director of the Office of Management and Budget at UJA-Federation of New York. Maggie lived in Israel for more than three decades, most of that time as a member of Kibbutz Hulda. She has served as the Executive Director of the Carmel Institute for Social Studies and Policy, in Zichron Yaakov, overseeing applied research to inform policy making in the fields of youth development, civic service, community building, and equality between Arab and Jewish citizens of Israel. Prior to that she founded and directed the Department of Resource Development and Special Projects of the United Kibbutz Movement. The Department worked with grassroots activists to develop and implement programs for immigrant absorption, women's leadership, advancement of Jewish pluralism, and cooperative volunteer action between secular and religiously observant Jewish Israeli youth. During that time she also served as an organizational consultant and strategic planner for numerous Israeli not-for-profit organizations. Maggie served for three years as an educational emissary to the Union for Reform Judaism in New York, taught at Hebrew Union College, and spent three summers as an educator at Kutz Camp. Upon her return to Israel she was appointed Executive Director of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism in Jerusalem. She has served as scholar in residence to Jewish communities in Australia and South Africa, as well as on college campuses in the United States. In addition to the above activities, Maggie has translated numerous works from Hebrew into English, including Amos Oz's works: "In the Land of Israel," "The Slopes of Lebanon," and "The Story Begins."

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Maggie is a graduate of Habonim Dror summer camps.


Past Conference Calls & Webinars

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Maggie Bar-Tura,Interim CEO, Foundation for Jewish Camp

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Maggie Bar-Tura, Interim CEO, Foundation for Jewish Camp


Bios

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Maggie Bar-Tura Maggie Bar-Tura joined the Foundation for Jewish Camp in 2006 as Chief Operating Officer in 2006. Previously, she was Executive Director of the Office of Management and Budget at UJA-Federation of New York. Maggie lived in Israel for more than three decades, most of that time as a member of Kibbutz Hulda. She has served as the Executive Director of the Carmel Institute for Social Studies and Policy, in Zichron Yaakov, overseeing applied research to inform policy making in the fields of youth development, civic service, community building, and equality between Arab and Jewish citizens of Israel. Prior to that she founded and directed the Department of Resource Development and Special Projects of the United Kibbutz Movement. The Department worked with grassroots activists to develop and implement programs for immigrant absorption, women's leadership, advancement of Jewish pluralism, and cooperative volunteer action between secular and religiously observant Jewish Israeli youth. During that time she also served as an organizational consultant and strategic planner for numerous Israeli not-for-profit organizations. Maggie served for three years as an educational emissary to the Union for Reform Judaism in New York, taught at Hebrew Union College, and spent three summers as an educator at Kutz Camp. Upon her return to Israel she was appointed Executive Director of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism in Jerusalem. She has served as scholar in residence to Jewish communities in Australia and South Africa, as well as on college campuses in the United States. In addition to the above activities, Maggie has translated numerous works from Hebrew into English, including Amos Oz's works: "In the Land of Israel," "The Slopes of Lebanon," and "The Story Begins."

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Maggie is a graduate of Habonim Dror summer camps.

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