Anglo-Israeli Game Changers


Bonei Zion Prize Recipients 2015

Prof. Charles Sprung, Bonei Zion Award recipient 2015, at work with his team at Hadassah hospital's ICU in Jerusalem

Prof. Charles Sprung evaluates a patient’s recovery with a family member and the Intensive Care Unit team at Hadassah Ein Kerem, in Jerusalem. Sprung runs the General ICU of Hadassah while conducting groundbreaking research all over the world. Aliyah from the USA, 1990. Bonei Zion Prize for Science & Medicine, 2015.

Tal Brody discusses technical matters on the court with basketball trainees at the Wingate institute, a few days after receiving the Bonei Zion Prize for Lifetime Achievement, 2015. Aliyah from the USA, 1970.

Tal Brody discusses technical matters on the court with basketball trainees at the Wingate institute, a few days after receiving the Bonei Zion Prize for Lifetime Achievement, 2015. Aliyah from the USA, 1970.

Rabbi Farber at work with his team at Itim in Jerusalem. The organization helps Israelis navigate the bureaucracy of religious authorities and has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands. Bonei Zion Prize for Community & Non-Profit, 2015.

Rabbi Farber (center) at work with his team at ITIM in Jerusalem. The organization helps Israelis navigate the bureaucracy of religious authorities and has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands. Aliyah from the USA, 1998. Bonei Zion Prize for Community & Non-Profit, 2015.

Staff Sgt. Asaf Stein, PhD.—affectionately referred to by his peers as “Dr. Golani”—near the end of his Army service, for which he put his medical engineering career on hold. Aliyah from the USA, 2012. Bonei Zion Prize for IDF & National Service Young Leadership, 2015.

Staff Sgt. Asaf Stein, PhD.—affectionately referred to by his peers as “Dr. Golani”—near the end of his IDF service, for which he put his medical engineering academic career on hold. Aliyah from the USA, 2012. Bonei Zion Prize for IDF & National Service Young Leadership, 2015.

Chana Reifman Zweiter, founder of Kaleidoscope, gets Israeli children from all parts of society to meet and play together. Here, she is overseeing an activity bringing together Jewish and Arab kids from two kindergartens in Akko. Aliyah from the USA, 1991. Bonei Zion Prize for Education, 2015.

Chana Reifman Zweiter, founder of Kaleidoscope, gets Israeli children from all parts of society to meet and play together. Here, she is overseeing an activity bringing together Jewish and Arab kids from two kindergartens in Akko. Aliyah from the USA, 1991. Bonei Zion Prize for Education, 2015.

Asher Weill, outstanding contributor to Israeli publishing and culture, in his home office. Aliyah from the UK, 1958. Bonei Zion Prize for Culture, Art & Sports, 2015.

Asher Weill, outstanding contributor to Israel’s publishing world, in his home office in Jerusalem. Aliyah from the UK, 1958. Bonei Zion Prize for Culture, Art & Sports, 2015.

Jon Medved, founder of OurCrowd, on the key to success: Management. Aliyah from the USA, 1991. Bonei Zion Prize for Entrepreneurship and Technology, 2015.

Jon Medved, founder of OurCrowd, on the key to success: Management. Aliyah from the USA, 1991. Bonei Zion Prize for Entrepreneurship & Technology, 2015.


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