Na'ama Ore

Social Entrepreneur and Former Regional Director, IAC Boston

Na’ama Ore is a professional senior executive and social entrepreneur with expertise in building and optimizing organizational strategy, change management and leadership. Currently and in various roles, Na’ama has been working both in Israel and in the United States, initiating and developing platforms that connect and engage Israelis with World Jewry by extending knowledge, elevating emotion and building commitment to action. She strives to expand and integrate current efforts, promote collaborations and implement substantial new initiatives to achieve maximum impact.
She recently returned from Boston where she served as Regional Director of IAC (Israeli American Council) with the goal of establishing and leading a non-profit organization which focuses on strengthening the Jewish and Israeli identities of Israeli-Americans in the Greater Boston area and integrating them into the larger American Jewish community. Former to her time spent abroad, Na’ama worked for 17 years in the 'Clalit Health Services' in various senior positions such as Operations, Quality and Strategic Planning. Her last position was Head of the Human Resource Planning Division at the Clalit headquarters, a division which she established in 2009.
Na'ama has served as an activist and lay leader in several social organizations. Among them, she serves today as a board of director's member of the Kfar Galim youth village, and was a regional chairperson in 'Ladies Circle International' (LCI). Na’ama is a Harvard University graduate holding a Master’s degree in Public Administration. In addition, she holds an M.A in Information and Knowledge Management and a B.A degree in Logistics from Bar Ilan University.