Yitzhak Navon

Board of Directors

Ora Setter

For many years, I have lectured at the Tel Aviv University Faculty of Management and other academic institutions in Israel and abroad and I serve as guest lecturer at the  Management Development Institute in India. I worked as chairwoman and academic director of Lahav Executive Education at the Tel Aviv University and as chairwoman of Psycho-Dharma, a Buddhist psychology school. I hold an MA in   Buddhism and East Asian Cultures. My PhD is  in Management Sciences from Tel Aviv University. I founded and managed a publishing startup  and worked for many years as an organizational development consultant for executives and companies in the Israeli market. Today, I teach and consult on Eastern-Western cross-culturalism, serve as board member in a number of public companies, and am on the board of directors of several NGOs.

Yitzhak Navon was my mother’s brother and my beloved uncle. He was a loving, curious, scholarly, and meticulous man, a great storyteller, infinitely wise and intensely dedicated to his people, his country, his land, and the world at large – traits passed on to him from his parents, Miriam and Joseph, and from the neighborhoods of Jerusalem, his hometown.