Board Of Directors

Mr. Avishay Nachon, Camp Kimama CEO

Holds a BA in Education Administration & Policy, and in Conducting and Composition, as well as an MA in Labor Studies. He attended Young Judaea summer camp in the U.S. and was for many years an emissary of the Jewish Agency at summer camps. In 2003 he teamed up with friends to set up Camp Kimama, and he has been the company’s CEO ever since

Mr. Evan Muney

Chief Operating Officer of a group of non-profit organizations dealing with Jewish identity and pluralism and with inter-religious relations in Israel. Evan moved to Israel in 2009 from the San Francisco Bay Area where he worked in real estate investing and management and served on the San Francisco Jewish Community Federation’s Israel and Overseas Committee. Evan earned his MA in International Relations and Middle East Studies from The Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies. He is an alumnus of the Wexner Heritage Program and a graduate of the Young Judaea youth movement and its summer camp Tel Yehudah

Mr. Deddy Paz

Holds a BA in Business Administration specializing in business development. He attended JCC Association summer camps and coordinated delegations to the association’s summer camps in the U.S. He is part of a development team for training, screening, and leadership programs for emissaries at Jewish Agency summer camps abroad. He is one of the founders of Sunrise Israel, an association that organizes activities for children with cancer and their siblings, as well as a member of the association’s Advisory Committee. In 2003 he teamed up with Ronen Hoffman and established Camp Kimama. He served as the company’s managing partner until 2010. He is currently engaged in business consultancy for organizations in Israel and in management of educational projects abroad

Ms. Dalia Hochberg
CEO of The Israel Speakers Center. Holds a BA in Hebrew Literature and General Studies and an MA in Political Science in the field of national security. She has 30 years of experience in training and management. Dalia served as a training officer at Israel’s National Security College.  After her release from the military in 2002 with the rank of lieutenant colonel, she purchased the Israel Speakers Center, the largest center of its kind in Israel, and has since served as its CEO

Dr. Ronen Hoffman
Camp Kimama founder, Ronen Hoffman, a member of Israel’s 19th Knesset, has coordinated and directed many educational delegations and programs at summer camps in the US and in Europe. He holds a Doctorate from the University of London on the topic of the Peace Process in the Middle East, and lectures at the School for Government at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, in the areas of managing negotiations; Israel’s foreign policy; the role of the media in political negotiations; propaganda and psychological warfare in conflict management; and more. Ronen served as personal assistant to the late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in the 1991-1992 election campaign. Thereafter he was appointed a member and secretary of the delegation for peace talks with Syria. In this role he participated in the Israeli-Syrian negotiations in Washington, as well as in the peace talks led by Prime Minister Ehud Barak in Shepherdstown, in 2000. Ronen has also served as political advisor to the Minister of Defense; as advisor to the Minister of Health; as officer for information and journalism at the Israeli Consulate in Atlanta; and as Director General of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism. In January, 2013, Ronen was elected a Member of Knesset, representing the Yesh Atid party.