Etyanchi Rachel Alemu

A social psychologist. Specializes in conflict resolution and reconciliation between groups.

Born in Israel. Served in the IDF as a Mashakit Hora’a (an education non-commissioned officer) in the Education Corps. Has a B.A. and M.A. in psychology from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya (IDC), where she also served as a research assistant. In addition, she worked as a research and content development coordinator at the Center for Applied Psychology of Social Change. She has experience in developing and leading workshops at social organizations and translating theories from the social psychology world to applied field work.

Etyanchi was previously the director of Meshilot – the Israel Internet Association (an NPO) and youth coordinator at Rosh Ha’ayin’s Municipality. She established and managed study groups in JDC-Israel’s “Ofek La’bagrut” program.

She took part in the Rabin Leadership Program at IDC, in the framework of which she worked to establish “street law clinics” at youth clubs and the Israel Prison Service. Served as an emissary involved in public diplomacy at universities and local communities in the United States.

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Language: English | Amharic | Hebrew