Dana Sender-Mulla is Director of Momentum in Israel.
She received her M.A. in Public and Political Leadership and her B.A. in Liberal Arts from TLV University, she was a Fellow at the Be’nei Moshe Program (the Shalem Center) and became certified in Jewish Peoplehood teaching for educators at the International School for Jewish Peoplehood Studies.
Before joining Momentum, Dana was the Director of Garin Tzabar International, the Director of the StandWithUs Fellowship, and was the Youth Leadership Program Director for OneVoice Israel. In 2006, Dana founded an Israeli NGO called Tzemach—a student led, grassroots organization with the goal of deepening Zionist values and awakening social responsibility and solidarity among Israeli university and high school students.
Dana is also a co-founder and board member for Zikaron Ba'Salon and One-Day Social Volunteering. She is a Schusterman Fellow, a member of the Global Shapers Community for the World Economic Forum and a member of the ROI Community.
Dana is married to Noam and is a mother of four children.