• Yasmine Masri

    Co-Coordinator

  • Debbie Roth

    Co-Coordinator

Yasmine Masri

Co-Coordinator

Yasmine Masri is an Israeli- Arab/ Palestinian English teacher. She has been an English teacher since 2011 in Deir Al-Asad Comprehensive school.  She finished her English Master in Tel- Aviv university in TESOL. Since 2015 she has participated in the Access program. Access is a program that develops English language skills amongst economically-disadvantaged youths. It introduces and exposes them to the American culture and society through enhancement activities. In 2018, Yasmine was selected by the staff of the U.S embassy in Israel to participate in IVLP exchange program. Through short-term visits to the United States, participants (English teachers) had professional meetings that reflected their professional interests and supported the foreign policy goals of the United States.

Debbie Roth

Co-Coordinator

Debbie Roth is originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil, and has been living in Israel for over 11 years. She holds a BA in Portuguese and German Literature and Linguistics from University of Sao Paulo, and an MA in English Linguistics from University of Haifa. She lives in a kibbutz located in the Northern area of the country, and teaches English and Diplomacy in a local High School. Debbie believes that the key for building a better society is coexistence and cooperation. She has become involved with CFP through an enthusiastic friend who promotes MUN in Israel. Debbie is looking forward to cooperating with the organization and bringing teenagers from both sectors together.