Founder | Writer | Editor
EDUCATION: BA in International Relations and Law (UK)
MA in International Security Studies (UK)
Diploma in Public Service Interpreting (UK)

ABOUT: Esther was born and raised in Poland where she finished a bilingual high-school. She then moved to London (UK) to continue higher education at London Metropolitan University. She initially planned to pursue a degree in journalism, but voted against it and focused on studying law and International Relations. However, the passion for writing remained. Simultaneously she worked in various capacities in order to expand work experience. She moved to Israel in 2014 and started the Nedida Project. She has two siblings and her family still lives in Poland.

FAVOURITE QUOTE: “My dear, here we must run as fast as we can, just to stay in place. And if you wish to go anywhere you must run twice as fast as that.” (Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland)


Publishing Director | Writer | Editor
EDUCATION: BA in English (Arizona State University, USA)
BSN at Pat Matthews Academic School of Nursing
Hillel Yaffe Medical Centre

ABOUT: Elisheva’s versatile work experience includes being an English teacher, a professional content editor, a publisher and, most recently, she has been pursuing a career in nursing. She left her native home in Arizona and made Aliyah to Israel, settling in the glorious, yet hot Negev desert in June 2015. She soon re-discovered multiple skills and professions which are essential to living in Israel. Following her heart, she moved to the Northern Israel (hopefully only temporarily) to build her life and future. The rest of her family remained in the United States. She joined the Nedida Project in December 2016.

FAVOURITE QUOTE: “And then there is the most dangerous risk of all – the risk of spending your life not doing what you want on the bet you can buy yourself the freedom to do it later.” (Randy Komisar, The Monk and the Riddle)


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