Executive Director – Liam Getreu
Liam has been involved in New Israel Fund Australia since its establishment in 2011, first as a founding board member, and as its executive director since 2013. Liam holds a Bachelor of Arts (Middle East Studies) from Deakin University and an Executive Master of Arts from the University of Melbourne. In 2020 he was elected to the Australian delegation of the World Zionist Congress.
In the media:
- January 2022: Sydney Morning Herald op-ed about the Sydney Festival and BDS
- May 2021: Quoted in the Guardian about an escalation of the conflict in Gaza
- February 2020: Interviewed on ABC News about Trump's plan for the Middle East, the upcoming Israeli elections and President Rivlin's visit to Australia
- December 2018: Interviewed on ABC AM about the Morrison government's Jerusalem embassy decision
- July 2018: Interviewed on ABC News about Israel's Nation-State Law
- June 2018: Interviewed on ABC RN Drive with author Geraldine Brooks about the book "Kingdom of Olives and Ash"
Program Manager – Eve Altman
Eve has worked with NIF Australia since 2020 focusing on developing our New Gen (20s and 30s) community. She has previously worked for the Sydney Alliance, engaging local communities in policy action on climate change and affordable and renewable power solutions. Eve holds a Bachelor of Political, Economic, and Social Science from the University of Sydney, and was an active member of Habonim Dror, including Sydney's 2017 Director. Eve is a board member of Emanuel Synagogue.
Program Manager – Max Korman
Max has experience working in the Jewish community, as education coordinator at Stand Up and in the leadership of Habonim Dror. Max holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts from Monash University.
Communications Manager – Maddy Blay
Maddy has been involved in left-wing organisations in the Jewish community, as federal merakezet (coordinator) of Hashomer Hatzair Australia (2017-19) and as a community organiser. She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Diploma in Languages from the University of Melbourne. Maddy also has experience working in communications for campaigns and with the Victorian Greens.