Jenan Abu Shtya
Jenan received her LL.B degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. During her studies at the law faculty, Jenan served as a teaching and research assistant in various fields.
In the past two years, Jenan worked at Agmon &co Rozenbrsg HaCohen & Co Law Firm, as a legal intern and later as an advocate, in the planning and construction department.
Jenan will pursue her LLM degree as a Fulbright scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, focusing on human rights, land law and social change issues.
Lina was awarded the Fulbright scholarship to pursue her LL.M at Columbia University, focusing on the issue of intersectionality and Palestinian women's rights.
Lina Makhuli received her LL.B in Law from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. During her studies, Lina served as teaching assistant and as a research assistant in the field of Criminal Law and Women's Rights. Upon graduation, Lina clerked at the Israeli Supreme Court for the Hon. Justice Esther Hayut and Hon. Justice Salim Joubran. Lina works as an associate in the administrative litigation department at S. Horowitz & Co, one of Israel’s largest and highly rated law firms. In addition, Lina is one of the founders and a board member of the non-profit organization "Kulan (Together) – for the promotion of feminist discourse and action in Israel".
In 2019, Nur Jabarin received her B.Arch degree in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. Nur is socially active and volunteers in several NGOs, such as Molham Volunteering Team for helping Syrian refugees worldwide, and other local forums. Throughout her academic life, Nur has participated in several political and social projects that allowed her to employ her profession as an architect in serving her community. Among them was her undergraduate thesis, where she investigated urgent contemporary questions that exist in the Palestinian society including citizenship, displacement, and existence as refugees, and how they are linked to various aspects of heritage. As a Fulbright Fellow, Nur aims to do her master’s in Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual practices in Architecture at Columbia University.
Shadin Azaizy was born and raised in Nazareth. She is a professional basketball player, a graduate of the Wingate Institute. She worked as a PE teacher at CHW Hadassim High School at Even-Yhoda. She was awarded the Fulbright scholarship to pursue her Master’s in Sports Business at Temple University with the focus area: Recreation and Event Management. Her aim is to help the Arab sector to develop professional basketball facilities that works on enhancing the young basketball players’ mental and physical skills.