Hadas built and manages MAOZ storytelling department that works to document and tell Network's members' change-stories.Hadas has 18 years of experience as a Journalist. She served as the deputy editor-in-chief of the Yediot Aharonot daily newspaper and as deputy editor of Ynet.co.il.Hadas has engaged in a number of social initiatives designed to alter perception using the media, including in "Olim BeYahad" media venture designed to change perceptions about persons of Ethiopian origin; integration of Arab journalists in the media and strengthening their reach in the social media; and in the "Nivheret" project to double the number of women running for office on the municipal level.Hadas holds a bachelors degree in law and political science from Tel Aviv University and an LLM (Cum laude) from Bar Ilan University.Hadas lives in Ramat Hen with her children Yonatan and Ofri.
Hadas lives in Givatayim with her partner and two children.
Hadas holds an LL.B. and a BA in political science from Tel Aviv University.