A woman of valor

Getting to know Beth Steinberg, a winner of the 2017 Bonei Zion Prize.

June 1, 2017 21:14
Shutaf Inclusion Programs

Beth Steinberg (left) with Miriam Avraham, with whom she co-founded Shutaf Inclusion Programs. (photo credit: YITZ WOOLF)


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If Israel did not already have someone like Beth Steinberg living and working here, we would probably have to recruit someone just like her. She is one of seven immigrants from English-speaking countries selected to receive this year’s Sylvan Adams Nefesh B’Nefesh Bonei Zion Prize, which recognizes and honors Anglos who have made a major contribution to the State of Israel.

Steinberg more than deserves the prize. As director and co-founder of Shutaf Inclusion Programs and artistic director and co-founder of Theater in the Rough, she has made not one contribution but two.


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