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Sarah N. Stern

Director of Legislative and Governmental Affairs

American Jewish Congress

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American Jewish Congress

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New York City, New York,10151

United States

Company Description

Over the past century, the American Jewish Congress has been on the front lines fighting for the civil rights and civil liberties of minorities, in the belief that Jews are more secure in a society that actively protects the rights of all its citizens. Since...more

Background Information

Employment History

Founder and President

EMET


President of Endowment for Middle East Truth

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Affiliations

Zionist Organization of America

National Policy Coordinator


American Jewish International Relations Institute

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American Policies towards the State of Israel - Haym Salomon Center

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In this episode of Your Second Opinion, Sarah Stern joins the Haym Salomon Center podcast host Mike Siegel to discuss Endowment for Middle East Truth's work to influence American policies on issues concerning the State of Israel.
Ms. Stern is the founder and president of Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET), a pro-America and pro-Israel think tank and policy center based in Washington, D.C. Sarah Stern Sarah Stern is the founder and president of Endowment for Middle East Truth. Sarah Stern has had a rather lengthy history of advocacy for the United States of America, the State of Israel, and the Jewish people. After a few years of doing this, pro-bono, Sarah was hired by the Zionist Organization of America to be their National Policy Coordinator (from 1998 through 2004). After that, she became the Director of the Office of Legislative and Governmental Affairs of the American Jewish Congress (from 2004 through April of 2006). Sarah played a major role in the drafting and passage of many pieces of legislation, including the Syria Accountability Act, the Koby Mandell Act, and the resolution in support of Israel's right to build a security fence. Sarah has written many articles, and has been published in Commentary, The New Republic, InFocus, FrontPageMag.com, The Jerusalem Post, the Washington Jewish Week, The Middle East Quarterly, American Thinker and Breitbart. Sarah is the editor and author of the highly acclaimed book, "Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamist Terrorist Network: America and the West's Fatal Embrace", which was published by Palgrave MacMillan in November of 2011.


SderotMedia.com - Sderot Media Center's Advisory Board

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Sarah Stern
Sarah Stern is the president and founder of the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET), an organization based in Washington that educates policy makers and the general public about Israel. Stern has also served as the National Policy Director for the ZOA from 1998-2004 and as the Director of the Office Legislative and Governmental Affairs of the American Jewish Congress (2004-2006). Stern played a major role in the drafting and passage of many pieces of legislation, including the Syria Accountability Act, the Koby Mandell Act, and the resolution in support Israel's right to build a security fence. She has worked on many other issues including the stationing of US troops on the Golan Heights, the sale of the Harpoon block missiles to Egypt, the hiring of Hamas agents to teach at the UNRWA camps, the issue of anti-Americanism, anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism on US college campuses. Stern has has been published in The Jerusalem Post, the Washington Jewish Week, and the Middle East Quarterly.


A Different Kind of Think Tank - EMET

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EMET's Founder and President, Sarah N. Stern, has had over three decades of experience working with Senators and Members of Congress.
She was the National Policy Coordinator for the Zionist Organization for America (1998-2004) and the Director of the Office of Legislative and Governmental Affairs of the American Jewish Congress (2004-2006). Her depth of experience and passion for educating Senators and Members of Congress has shaped EMET into a force to be reckoned with on Capitol Hill.


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Sarah Stern, founder and president of Endowment for Middle East Truth, will speak on "The Iran Nuclear Agreement: The Challenge of Our Generation" at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 18 at Oheb Zedek-Cedar Sinai Synagogue, 23749 Cedar Road in Lyndhurst.
Stern, of Silver Spring, Md., founded EMET in 2006. It's a think tank and policy center in Washington, D.C., focused on educating the country's policy makers about Israel's challenges. EMET conducts monthly seminars on Capitol Hill, bringing in experts from around the world to educate members of Congress and their staffs. Prior to forming EMET, Stern was director of the Office of Governmental and Legislative Affairs of the American Jewish Congress. She previously served as national policy coordinator of the Zionist Organization of America.


emetonline.org

Sarah Stern
Chairman Sarah Stern has had a rather lengthy history of advocacy for the state of Israel and the Jewish people. Right after the Oslo Accords had been signed, she had been contacted by three former Israeli diplomats who had worked in the embassy in Washington under the reign of Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir. They told her that they harbored grave suspicions that Chairman Arafat was not going to live up to one iota of the Accords he had just signed. They asked her if she would be their conduit to Capitol Hill, and help them to get the truth out about what it was that Chairman Arafat was actually saying to his people, in Arabic and how it differed from what he was saying to Western diplomats and journalists. Sarah immediately agreed, and was thrust full throttle into the fulcrum of the Middle East debate. After a few years of doing this, pro-bono, Sarah was hired by the Zionist Organization of America to be their National Policy Coordinator, (from 1998 through 2004). After that, she became the Director of the Office of Legislative and Governmental Affairs of the American Jewish Congress, (from 2004 through April of 2006). Sarah had played a major role in the drafting and passage of many pieces of legislation, including the Syria Accountability Act, the Koby Mandell Act, and the resolution in support of Israel's right to build a security fence, and the inappropriateness of the referral to the International Court of Justice in the Hague. She has worked on many other issues which include; the stationing of US troops on the Golan Heights, the sale of the Harpoon block missiles to Egypt, the hiring of Hamas agents to teach at the UNRWA camps, the issue of anti-Americanism, anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism in our nation's college campuses, the treatment of religious minorities by the Moslem world,reform of the United Nations, and energy independence for the free world. She has testified before the Senate Working Group on Religious Minorities and Human Rights about the treatment of Christians and other religious minorities by the Palestinian Authority, and has testified before the United States Commission on Civil Rights on anti-Semitism on our nation's college campuses. Sarah was one of a panel of three expert witnesses on the issue of anti-Semitism on our nation's college campuses. As a result of their testimony, the US Commission on Civil Rights has determined that :anti-Semitism on our nation's campuses is a grave problem and that Jews are to be considered a protected minority. They are now at work issuing concrete steps to help remedy the problem. Sarah is a member of the Executive Committee of AJIRI, the American Jewish International Relations Institute., which works with various members of the diplomatic community in establishing deeper ties with the state of Israel. In 2008, Sarah was chiefly responsible for getting some amendments to Title VI of the Higher Education Act which aims to correct the anti-American and anti-Israeli biases in the Middle East Studies programs that have been funded, at taxpayers' expense to the university. The amendments in the law call for the universities to, among other things,"reflect diverse perspectives and encourage a wide range of views. Sarah has written many articles, and has been published in Commentary, The New Republic, InFocus, FrontPageMag.com, The Jerusalem Post, the Washington Jewish Week, The Middle East Quarterly, American Thinker and Breitbart. Sarah is the editor and author of the highly acclaimed book, "Saudi Arabia and the Global Islamist Terrorist Network: America and the West's Fatal Embrace", which was published by Palgrave MacMillan in November of 2011 and will be going into its second printing in May of 2012.


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