INTRODUCING JERUSALEM U’S NEW SPOKESPERSON

CHLOÉ SIMONE VALDARY

An engaging speaker for your next Israel event

Meet Chloé

How can Chloé impact your event?

Presentation topics include (partial list):

  • The Theory of Enchantment: A Holistic Approach to Israeli Society – The Theory of Enchantment (TOE) is a different way of looking at Israel and Israeli society. The theory throws out tired cliches and political abstractions and provides a more holistic approach to understanding Israeli society. 
  • The Theory of Enchantment: A New Way of Discussing An Enduring Situation – The Theory of Enchantment (TOE) is a new way of looking at Israel and Israeli society that moves old conversations forward. Discover how TOE elicits greater mutual understanding, compassion, empathy and reconciliation among students discussing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
  • What Popular Culture Can Teach Us About The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict – Jay-Z isn’t the first thing you think about when thinking about Israel, but the acclaimed rapper has a lot to say about conflict. Using an interview with Jay-Z and other pop culture examples, break out of the usual ways of thinking about the Israeli-Palestinian struggles.
  • It’s A Small World After All: Using Disney to Discuss the Conflict – Disney’s not just for kids! We’ll explore powerful lessons taken from popular Disney films and use them to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Bio

Chloé Valdary, a leading new voice in the pro-Israel movement, is changing the conversation about Israel.

Chloé recently served as a Tikvah Fellow at the Wall Street Journal, where she conducted in-depth research about pro-Israel organizations and trends on campus. She has also been named one of Algemeiner’s top 100 people positively affecting Jewish life today.  Today she serves as Director of Partnerships & Outreach at Jerusalem U.

Interviews

Watch Chloe’s interview with Mark S. Golub on L’Chayim about how she became passionate about Israel. WATCH HERE

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For questions or inquiries contact tdworkin@jerusalemu.org