Lisa Armony is the director of the Rose Project of Jewish Federation & Family Services, Orange County. Her work focuses on creating Israel educational and educational programs for students from diverse backgrounds on local college campuses, as well as for the greater Orange County community. Prior to this, she was a writer and reporter for numerous publications, specializing in issues of prejudice and anti-Semitism, campus climate, and Jewish affairs. She served as Communications Director for the Canadian Jewish Congress, Ontario Region, Media Affairs Officer for the Israeli Consulate in Toronto, and Director of the Institute for International Affairs at B’nai Brith Canada. She sits on the boards of the UC Irvine Center for Jewish Studies, the Orange County Interfaith Network, and is a member of, and community ambassador for, the Orange County Hate Crimes Task Force. Lisa received a BA in Government from Cornell University, graduating Magna cum Laude with Distinction in All Subjects, and has an MA and an MPhil in Political Science from Yale University. She also studied at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle East Studies at Tel Aviv University.