Leah is a lifelong learner and firm believer in the power of mindfulness and compassion. Leah earned her law degree in Canada and trained as a foreign clerk at Israel's Supreme Court before practicing law with a leading Israeli firm. A passion for social change led Leah to pivot to the nonprofit sector where she has headed the development activities of Israeli organizations for nearly 20 years.
Leah's experience in organizational settings and organizational culture helped inspire her decade-long practice in mindfulness. Leah draws on behavioral neuroscience research, training from coaching institutes and leaders in the United States, and her own deeply engaged mind and heart to partner with individuals and organizations in enhancing their wellbeing and performance.