Neta Polizer (Amitei Bronfman ’05) served as the Amitim Faculty & Manager of Fellowship Year Experience until 2021. Born and raised in a small communal settlement in the Galilee, Neta has extensive experience of more than a decade in the fields of experiential Jewish education and group facilitation. In addition to his work for Bronfman, Neta has worked in the Institution for Experiential Jewish Education (M2) where he conducted research on experiential Jewish education in Israel and developed training programs for educators. Neta studied Arabic literature and comparative literature at Hebrew University, focusing on poetry and novels on the border between east and west. He is currently writing his MA thesis in Islamic studies at the ‘Freie Universitat’ in Berlin, focusing on the emergence of modern and contemporary concepts of identity in postcolonial Arab societies.