Administrative Staff

Hanni Arnon
Short Biography:
Born and raised in Jerusalem, Hanni always saw herself as an educator. 
In 1981, Hanni moved with her husband, Moti, an agronomist, to Moshav Idan. they moved to Moshav Idan, the newest agricultural community in Central Arava. Having established a successful farm, Hanni evolved as one of Idan’s leaders, focusing mainly on promoting education, culture and welfare. In 1994, Hanni, together with Gilad Livni, established AICAT and  she believes that education provides people with the tools to change one's life as well as serve as a bridge between different people from different backgrounds, religions, and nationalities.

Relevant Education
B.A in Education
Dr Sharon Ravitz-Wyngaard
Academic Director
Short Biography:
Marital status – married + 3
Lived in Hazeva since the age of 5, Second generation in the region. 

Relevant Employment:
 Working at AICAT since 2006
An English teacher at the local Elementary School

Relevant Education:
BA in behavioural science (magna cum laude), Ben Gurion University, Beer-Sheva
MA in administration and public policy (summa cum laude), Ben Gurion University, Beer-Sheva
 PhD in the field of sustainability and food security, Ben Gurion University, Beer-Sheva,  -  thesis on "Ecology and Food Security"
Ilana Ninio
Office Manager
Position: Office Manager
Working with manpower offices in the Moshav's, in charge of AICAT stuff: lecturers, supervisors, group leaders and general workers. Responsible for preparing the Monthly curriculum, transportation, tours, salaries and special events such as the Open day and graduation ceramony.

Short Biography:
Married + 2, lives in Moshav Hatzeva, runs a family agriculture farm.

BA in Criminology, Ariel University.

Judith Avraham
Website and Social Media Manager
Position: Website and Social Media Manager 

Responsible for the development and maintenance of AICAT's internet presence, both on the website and social media platforms. 

Elinor Garubi
U.S.F Coordinator
Position: USF (Univerity-Student- Farmer) Coordinator 

In Charge of coordinating between the universities, the students, the farmers and AICAT. Ongoing work that starts with interviewing the students in their country of origin and escorting each student during his or her stay in Israel. That includes dealing with special situation or problems, work condition, personal issues and discipline matters. Continuously updating the universities and keeping in touch with the local farmers.