Anat Langer-Gal has been working and active in the non-profit sector in Israel for the past 12 years, with a special interest in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and Women. Anat currently works with AJEEC-NISPED where she manages the organizations's Middle East programs. Anat has worked with The Bereaved Families Forum, the IWN (Israel Women's Network) and Brit Olam- International Volunteering and Development, as Manager of Resource and Development. Anat is also a trained facilitator and has worked with Just Vision, as Community and Outreach Coordinator in Israel for 5 years. She has experience in writing educational programs on issues related to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and has done educational outreach work in Israel, reaching out to formal and informal education systems, communities and NGO's. Over the years Anat has founded extensive relationships with local leaders of Israeli Civil Society and is experienced with the challenges the Third Sector presents.
Anat is also co-producer of award-winning feature documentary "Budrus" (2009) and currently working with Academy Award Nominee Director Guy Davidi managing the Educational Outreach Program in Israel for "5 Broken Cameras".
Anat is writing her M.A. in Religion Studies on Confucian Ethics and Care Ethics in Ang Lee's "Father Knows Best" trilogy.