Pupetteers Without Borders Co-Creators

Nofar Ben-Arye

is an Israeli art , ecology and science teacher, holding a B.Ed degree in democratic education.

She is an artist, puppeteer and a workshop instructor for environmental education.

The workshops are for teachers and adults, as well as children of all ages.

Nofar traveled to Nepal, as part of an educational and environmental program with the organization

“Tevel Be tzedek”.

As part of the project, she used puppets while worked with local teachers and adults, as well as children of all ages.

Her workshops combines art, Edu- puppeteer,environmental education and guided imagery.

Avigail Mayani, M.D

is an Israeli Obstetrics-Gynecology. She is working with the community in preventing programs. She spent 3 months in Uganda as a volunteer in the project of HHMF ( Helping hand medical fellowship ).

She is involved in creating workshops of medical education for VHT (Village health teams) to educate community workers from developing countries about medical issues. She works in collaboration with" puppeteers without borders" facilitating workshops of health education with the use of puppets.

Dr. Mayani is devoted to the idea of educating communities to help themselves.

Michelle Oberman, JD, MPH

is a Katharine and George Alexander Professor of Law at Santa Clara College. She is a nationally recognized scholar on the legal and ethical issues surrounding adolescence, pregnancy, and motherhood. She works at the intersection of health law and criminal law, focusing on domestic and international issues. Oberman is active in the academic community, lecturing on health law concerns to a wide variety of audiences, ranging from law school faculties to health care professionals to community-based interest groups.

She is the author of Her Body, Our Laws: On the Frontlines of the Abortion War from El Salvador to Oklahoma.