Born and raised in Queens, NY, Sarrah Bechor is a lifelong activist Zionist with academic and professional expertise in policy analysis and business development. Sarrah is a member a member of the New York Atid Chapter in Hadassah New York.
Sarrah's master's degree focused on U.S. foreign policy, Eurasia, the Middle East, and the Asia-Pacific region, as well as the issues of nuclear proliferation, terrorism, and sectarian conflict, among others. She has conducted research abroad and published writings as a fellow or grantee on behalf of think tanks and the US government.
In her current post with a technology start-up company, she is responsible for building global strategic partnerships in the fields of technology, social entrepreneurship, business and media to engender creative thinking around and advance technical solutions for the world's most pressing challenges.
Sarrah works closely with various pro-Israel organizations to establish and grow passionate young professional communities and further the ever-critical conversation around Israel. She enjoys traveling, learning new languages, and attending and participating in policy talks and conferences.
She has long been familiar with the work of Hadassah and was thrilled to be gifted a membership.
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