ענבל שלוסברג סלע

Inbal Shlosberg Sela

Director of Community Urban Renewal at the Eretz-Ir NGO.
Manages complex partnerships in the world of urban renewal, leading joint ventures involving government authorities and ministries, real estate developers, the nonprofit sector, and academia.

From Kiryat Tiv’on.

She holds both a master’s and bachelor’s degree in social work from Ben-Gurion University in the Negev and has served as a visiting scholar at the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations. She is an alumna of the Mandel Program for Regional Leadership.

A retired Captain in the IDF, Ms. Sela held command and training positions up to the role of company commander in the operations sergeants’ course and served for about a decade as a reserve operations officer.

Previously, she worked as a community social worker in Segev Shalom and led the emergency teams array in Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council. She is a co-founder and former chairman of the Atidenu movement, a social movement aimed at strengthening the appreciation of social work as a profession. Ms. Sela founded and headed the Social Work Division of the Association’s privatized services and was among the leaders of the struggle to equate the conditions of social workers in privatized services with those in the public sector. During her time in the United States, she participated in establishing the IWR refugee relief organization in Ithaca, New York, and built the organization’s treatment and volunteering system.

My training was a significant step for me in integrating and utilizing the skills I acquired through social activism to promote a resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Beyond the immense knowledge and the unique human connections formed with the group’s members, the training gave me confidence and hope that we have the power to change reality for ourselves and for our children.