The socio-economic resilience of Israel depends largely upon the quality of its leaders. In 2010, MAOZ’s founders envisioned a network of values-driven leaders working together on tangible initiatives to transform the Israeli public sphere. Today, MAOZ develops and networks change-makers to confront the fragmented nature of Israeli society; the lack of social cohesion across sectors and populations; the absence of long-term planning; and insufficient talent pipelines to produce high-quality and principled leaders.

With close to 200 in the MAOZ Network, we are beginning to witness the transformative work of the Network members in areas such as health, education, employment and more.