Join us for a conversation with one of President Trump’s key advisors
Former White House Special Envoy to the Middle East
Live from New York
Sunday November 15th at 11am
$18 per person
Facilitated by Dr Ron Weiser AM (NSW) and Emily Gian (VIC), hear all about the inner-workings of the White House from one of only four people with access to Trump’s plan for Middle East peace.
The leader of the team that brought about the historic Israeli-United Arab Emirates normalisation agreement, Greenblatt’s experience is enthralling and his stories equally fascinating.
** Webinar link will be sent on Friday 13 November
Jason Greenblatt was, up until recently, Assistant to the President and the White House Special Envoy to the Middle East. In this role he served as one of the chief architects of the “Peace To Prosperity” plan between Israel and its Arab neighbours.
Jason has spoken in front of the UN Security Council numerous times about the tremendous bias against Israel at the UN, emphasising Israel’s absolute right to defend itself, condemning Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad and criticising the UN for its failure to issue such condemnations.
During the nearly three years that Jason worked at the White House he travelled extensively throughout the Middle East, Europe and elsewhere meeting with heads of state and other political leaders to re-educate people about the conflict and its complexities and to begin to build the bridge necessary to achieve peace.
Today, Jason remains involved working toward peace and prosperity throughout the Middle East region, focusing on creating what he calls a Middle East 2.0, by building economic bridges between Israel and its Arab neighbors.
Dr Ron Weiser AM (NSW)
Dr Ron Weiser AM is a past president of the Zionist Federation of Australia, Hon Life President of the Zionist Council of NSW and a member of the Board of Governors of the Sochnut – the Jewish Agency.
Ron is a well-known commentator and opinion writer on Israel.
Emily Gian (VIC)
Emily Gian graduated from the University of Melbourne with Honours in History and Jewish Studies. She worked at Zionism Victoria from 2003 until 2012 before moving over to the ZFA where she currently works as the Communications Director. Emily is a lover of all things Israeli including literature, television, food, her husband and music, not necessarily in that order, and is mum to three crazy boys.