Rabbi Shalom Hammer
Rabbi Shalom Hammer lives in Israel now for 32 years and serves as a lecturer for both the educational and Jewish Identity branches of the IDF. He is the founder and director of Makom Meshutaf which offers educational programs for Pre Military Academies throughout Israel.
Since his daughter Gila tragically died from suicide, Rabbi Hammer became a certified mental health instructor as he champions mental health awareness and suicide prevention worldwide.
He has authored ten books, the most recent being his “Gila Spreads Joy” series of children’s books in Gilas memory. Rabbi Hammer is a sought after lecturer worldwide.
Carly Braverman Hill
Carly holds a BA in Technology Management from Bar Ilan University. She served as a Marketing assistant in the space division for Israeli Aerospace Industries, and has a solid understanding of project management methodologies.
Carly is determined to use her skill set ideologically towards non-profit projects for the sake of positively impacting and improving people's lives.
Ruchie is an experienced speech therapist and certified ADHD coach, with over 33 years of experience.
She has found that speech and language therapy, and ADHD coaching can be a valuable tool in addressing a wide range of mental health concerns, including anxiety and depression and as such she certified as a Mental Health First Aid instructor. She lectures regularly in Israel on Mental Health awareness.
Tamir serves as our psychologist consultant. He is a seasoned psychologist and family counselor in Israel.
Tamir specializes in offering guidance and direction for families who are dealing with mental health crises, and he has been assessing, consulting and helping families guide and navigate the complex mental health system in Israel for over 25 years.
Nicole is an Organisational Psychologist and director of Lumina Learning global, as well as co-founder of The Growth Project, a charity that partners heads of charities and businesses through immersive leadership programmes.
When Nicole lost her brother to suicide in 2017 she decided to focus her energies on helping organizations that promote empathy and understanding towards individuals and families experiencing mental health challenges and affected by suicide.
Sarah Sharman Moser
Sarah holds a BPharm and MSC in pharmacy from Universities in the United Kingdom and works in cancer research for the Maccabi Health Services in Israel.
She is a certified yoetzet halacha (Jewish law), teaches Jewish studies, and volunteers her time working for a crisis center and mental health organizations.
Rachelle Fine has held roles in finance, administration and project management for global technology and media companies.
She is married with four children, has a degree in French and enjoys walking, reading and cooking in her spare time.