K4P Jerusalem Staff

Ittay Flescher
Education Director

 

Ittay Flescher is the Education Director at Kids4Peace Jerusalem. Born in Israel, Ittay moved to Australia as a child and worked there as a high school teacher specializing in formal and informal Jewish Education for 15 years. His family moved to Jerusalem in 2018 to begin the next chapter of their lives in a city that has captured their imagination for many years. 
 

Working with the Kids4Peace team is a huge privilege for Ittay, in that it allows him to learn from the many narratives of youth who are searching for ways to make the city of Jerusalem more fair, just and equal for all.

Suma Qawasmi
Community Manager

Suma is the Community Manager at K4P. Suma has a BA in English Literature and Business from Birzeit University. She is from Jerusalem and considers herself a social person who likes to meet new people, learn about others and explore different cultures and backgrounds.

Angham Hussien

Co-Director of Education

With a Master’s Degree from Hebrew University, Angham comes with a wealth of experience in facilitation, counseling, and education. From a young age, she has been participating in programs that seek to bridge the divide between different groups and has been actively involved with Kids4Peace since 2016.

Mohammed Salman
Seniors Co-Leader 
Palestinian Muslim from Beit Safafa West Jerusalem, a member of Kids4Peace back in 2008 as a camper and now Grade Leader.  Currently studying Structural Engineering at Technion Institute of Technology in Haifa. Likes drawing, playing and watching soccer and basketball, meeting new people, and facing new challenges.

Yarden Steiffman 

Seniors Co-Leader


Originally from New York, Yarden has called Jerusalem home since 2018 and has loved getting to know this complex and holy place. She joins the Kids4Peace team as a group leader with several years of experience in informal education and an MA in Jewish Education. Yarden is humbled by the opportunity to engage in peace work in this city, and is inspired by the processes of empathy-building, growth and connection that are possible to achieve through education.