A New Year, a new conference.
We are working hard putting together OLAH’s Autumn conference in Vienna.
From the 27-30 of November 2022
we will again bring together the best OLAH community, an exciting program, enjoy an amazing city, wonderful local community, very special Gala night, learning, singing, crying, eating of course, and all the rest of the stuff that we do together so well.
We are waiting for you all to return, bring new friends and reach new countries and new communities
You can check in on Sunday 27/11/22,
registration and welcoming desk will open Sunday at 6:30 pm and
the program will start on Monday morning at 9:00 am.
We will close the conference on Wednesday at 2:00 pm after lunch
Space is limited.
OLAH conferences bring together women from all backgrounds from all over Europe for a unique exclusive mind-blowing program where we are all being enriched, exposed to, and connected to our Jewish identity, and to one another.
During the conference we go through a unique journey that was developed especially for Jewish women in Europe from all backgrounds.
We will be exploring and learning different aspects and layers of our identity and heritage. We will step through the cycle of life and through the Jewish calendar in an extraordinary way, that will stay with wherever we go.
Our conference is for European Jewish women age 30+
We will meet to connect, to be inspired, to touch our deepest inner soul, to learn together and from one another.
We combine simplicity and depth, laughter and tears, luxury and fun, questioning, thinking, but mainly stretching our horizon, pushing up our sky as high as it gets.
This special conference is a partnership with the very welcoming Jewish community of Lisbon together with various Jewish global organizations.
During the conference we will tour and get to know the Jewish community of Portugal.
Glatt Kosher meals will be provided at the Altis 5-star hotel.
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On the 24th May, 2022 @ 6:15pm, OLAH together with CIL, invite you to join us for a special evening of inspiration, culture and sisterhood with Jewish women across Europe. The evening will include a spectacular talk of Hannah Eyal, music, dinner, dance and more.
Born in Jerusalem and having lived in the Ukraine and Australia, Noa is the founder and CEO of Echad. Noa has founded and managed a youth program in the Ukraine, opened and managed a women's Jewish learning center in Australia and initiated many community activities including international group tours to Israel and has project managed many community events.
Noa has a wealth of experience initiating and developing community projects connecting different Jewish communities around the world and is an active volunteer in a unit for emergency services.
Noa has an MA in Computer Science, a BA in Mathematics, a BA in Jewish Studies and has completed the Rothschild Fund's course of community leadership and management.
Rachelle Sprecher Fraenkel born and raised in Israel, is a Yoetzet Halacha and teaches Talmud and Halakha at Nishmat. She is the director of Matan's Advanced Halakha Program.
Mrs. Fraenkel is a co-founder of The Jerusalem unity prize and Unity Day project. She is a mother of seven and lives with her family in Nof Ayalon
MSc. Tania Maier-Liska is a clinical and Health psychologist Currently working in private practice, in a psychosocial center and in schools, to evaluate, consult and treat. Trained as an AL PI DARKO trainer, in order to hand over these essential tool of parenting.
Shellie Davis made Aliyah from New York in 1999. She lives in Gush Etzion with her husband and 5 children - 2 daughters born in NY and three sons born in Israel (must be something in the water). Her two oldest sons currently serve in the Israel Defense Forces. Shellie's hobbies include being involved with helping other people, which fills her soul. She loves coffee and reading and is always trying to improve as a person and learn new things. She considers herself a little shy, is but excited to meet you all with open arms.
Sophie Amar was born and raised in Antwerp Belgium, proud mother of five living in Israel since the age of 18. Sophie has years of experience in fields such as Informal Education, Project management, moderating and facilitating groups, business and social events planning, coordinating and organizing international delegations. Sophie is a member of the absorption committee in her hometown responsible for the absorption of new immigrants in Israel. In addition, she volunteers as a mentor in Singles’ organizations. Sophie holds a Bachelor Degree in Education and English Literature, a Parent’s Moderator and a Styling degree. Currently, Sophie works as the Event and Groups Manager at the Maaleh School of Cinema in Jerusalem.
Michal Grunberger was born in Israel and grew up in Vienna. She is a principal and teacher in the Jewish school in Vienna. She has founded a woman's choir in Vienna, and is a kalla teacher. She is a mother and wife and lives in Vienna.
Dr. Orly Wiersman is a change management psychologist. Change is her expertise. Her PhD thesis focused on work-life balance. For over 20 years Orly helps individuals and top organisations going through periods of changes. In addition to coaching sessions she also gives workshops and speaking engagements. Throughout her career Orly has worked in North America, Europe and Asia.
Sara Tanz grew up in NYC and has been dancing for as long as she can remember. Sara has taught movement classes in New York, Los Angeles, and Amsterdam. For the last 25 years, Sara's mission has been to share the feeling of joy and freedom that dance has always brought her. Dancing with Sara Tanz is a unique experience. Using a wide variety of Jewish and Israeli music from traditional to popular, we dance our way around the globe and through time. Choreography keeps the energy moving and magical, is easy to follow and geared for everyone.
Since he was a Catholic teenager in Germany, Tom Franz was attracted to the Jewish Israeli culture. His fascination resulted in leaving his successful career as a lawyer and banker in Cologne, moving to Tel Aviv, and converting to Judaism at the age of 30. Eight years later, in 2013, he won the famous Israeli cooking show „Masterchef“, within which he convinced the jury by combining traditional German food with Kosher gourmet cooking. He's published 3 bestseller books and hosts TV shows that are successful in both countries. He brings his culinary creations to special events and workshops all over the world. That is why he is known all over Israel and Germany to build a bridge in between his former and his current environments and is often called a culinary ambassador.