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An Afternoon With Teresa Leger Fernandez

In Person
  • 12:00 pm
  • Silicon Valley Address upon RSVP
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Featured Guest:
Nadav Tamir, J Street Israel Executive Director

Carol and Terry Winograd | Larry Gellman | Kathy Miller

Host Committee in Formation

We invite you to a reception in support of Rep. Teresa Leger Fernandez featuring special guest Nadav Tamir, J Street Israel Executive Director, at the home of Carol and Terry Winograd.

Giving Levels
Chair: $3,300 | Host: $1,000 | Co-Host: $500 | Supporter: $250

Can’t attend? You can still donate via the RSVP button.

Please contact Kyra Ellis-Moore at [email protected] with any questions. 


About our featured guests: 

Teresa Leger Fernandez is a strong ally to J Street, having just begun her second term. We are excited to support her in this early cycle event. Prior to her election, she served in the Obama White House and as a fellow in the Clinton administration, in addition to running an independent law firm focused on community development, tribal advocacy, civil rights and social justice. In her first term, Leger Fernandez served on the Committees on Education and Labor, House Administration and Natural Resources. She served as the Chair of the Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States.

Nadav Tamir has dedicated his career to public service, joining the Israeli Foreign Ministry in 1993 and serving in multiple roles, including Political Officer at the Israeli Embassy in Washington, DC. In 2006, he was named Israeli Consul General to New England, a position he held until 2010. Upon returning to Israel, he joined the Policy Planning Unit of the Israeli Foreign Ministry where he served until accepting the position of senior adviser to the president under Shimon Peres. Nadav is an adviser for international affairs at the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation. He’s a member of the board of the Mitvim think tank and the steering committee of the Geneva Initiative. Nadav earned his MA from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government as a Wexner fellow and his BA in philosophy and political science from the Hebrew University.

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