Colin Bulka grew up in (RSY) Netzer (years before it even was that) and has worked as an informal educator/youth and community worker, with Zionist youth movements in particular, for many years. He made Aliya in the 1990s and is based in Jerusalem. Colin has served as Director of Machon from 2007-13 and now works with Jewish community professionals in Europe.
Annie Levy grew up in RSY-Netzer, spent a year with Shnat Netzer (Shnat Livluv, 2014-15), and later worked as a Movement Worker, overseeing Shnat Netzer recruitment and coordination and Israel Tour planning, in addition to year long programming. Annie studied International History and Politics at university, conducting research into the role of British NGOs in Afghanistan, and is now serving as a Jewish Service Corps Fellow for the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) where she lives and works at the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village in Rwanda, a living and learning community for Rwanda’s vulnerable and orphaned young people. Annie oversees informal and formal educational programming for the incoming grade of students. She is grateful to Netzer for instilling her commitment to Tikkun Olam and social justice which continue to drive her to today.
Ben Crome is a media consultant who lives in Tel Aviv where he is an active member of the local Reform community. Ben grew up in the UK and was a graduate of Shnat Netzer (2010-11), a Movement Worker for RSY-Netzer, and Rosh Chinuch (Head of Education) for Netzer Olami. He made aliyah in 2016 and served in the IDF as an international media spokesperson.