A Sensible Jew joins the AICE

January 21, 2010 Agencies
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The Australia Israel Cultural Exchange (AICE) has appointed Alex Fein as its Director of Communications.

Alex Fein

Fein’s role with AICE will include managing media relations, providing advice for strategic direction, and developing youth involvement in the organisation.

AICE’s initiatives have brought leaders from Australia and Israel together for highly successful events in both countries. These initiatives will be expanded by Fein to involve a youth leadership forum.

Chair and founder of AICE, Albert Dadon, identified Fein as an innovative communicator and someone who shares his vision of pluralism, diversity of opinion, and effective, non-adversarial Israel advocacy.

During 2009 Alex Fein emerged as a commentator on key Jewish communal issues. Her blog, The Sensible Jew, drew thousands of readers and attracted media coverage in both the Jewish and mainstream media. Ms Fein sparked debate throughout the community on the nature of leadership and communal organisation. In her new position, she will continue blogging, and commenting on communal issues.

Fein has degrees in political science (Monash) and communications (RMIT), and ten years’ experience working with youth in the Jewish community. She also counts her personal and professional relationships with people from a wide variety of ethnic and religious backgrounds in Australia, Israel, and France, as key to the formation of her worldview.


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