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Kayla Ship

Kayla Ship received her B.A. in anthropology from Dartmouth College and her master’s in theological studies from Harvard University. She has taught Judaic studies and Hebrew language at Hebrew College, Prozdor division, in Brookline, Massachusetts. She made aliyah in 1997 and is a Licensed Israeli Tour guide and the Director of Programming at Keshet: The Center for Educational Tourism in Israel.

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Gertrude Rosenblatt

Gertrude Rosenblatt earned praise for the many ways she helped build the State of Israel. From her role as one of the first directors of Hadassah to her direct service for the needy, she was a dedicated and active Zionist.

Jane Prince

Jane Prince dedicated her life to furthering the economic, social, and educational opportunities of young people in Palestine and Israel through her involvement in the Women’s League for Palestine and its successor, the Women’s League for Israel, and with the American Friends of Hebrew University.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Kayla Ship." (Viewed on May 29, 2023) <>.


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