Kylie Eisman-Lifschitz

 

A graduate of Sydney University Law School, Kylie practiced as an intellectual property lawyer for several years, working with Israeli hi-tech companies at the established Israeli firm of Shimron, Molho, Persky & Co, and serving as in-house counsel for Hebrew University’s intellectual property commercialization company, Yissum.

In 2004, Kylie joined JDC's International Relations Division where she served as a Senior Associate, working with individual donors and foundations, representing JDC’s humanitarian operations in over 70 countries around the world. Kylie later assumed responsibility for divisional education and training where she developed an interest in behavioral economics and decision-making.

More recently Kylie served as special consultant to JDC's International Human Resources division. She is currently completing her Masters in Organizational Behavior and Development at IDC's International School in Herzliya.
Kylie is also a longstanding board member of Mavoi Satum, a non-profit that assists agunot and mesurevot get (women denied a Jewish divorce). She lives in Jerusalem with her husband and five children.