Eve Harow has transformed her singular passion for Israel into a vocation, through guiding visitors across the country as a licensed Israeli tour guide, interviewing eclectic personalities on “Rejuvenation with Eve Harow” on the Land of Israel Network (internet) and as a popular international inspirational guest speaker.
A refreshingly articulate, professional and educated voice on Israel’s history and modern political reality, Eve combines facts with an enormous appreciation for Tanach and tradition, leading to unique insights. Her life experiences in and out of her ‘classroom’ – which, as a Morah Derech, is Eretz Yisrael – gives her perspectives that are much appreciated outside the Land. Eve’s views on Jewish rights in the Biblical Heartland are an important counterbalance to the prevailing ‘politically correct’ arguments against the “settlements” and their supporters, and she provides the opportunity for fair, honest and civilized debate.
Eve has been involved in Israel advocacy since her aliya from California in 1988, where she earned a Master’s degree with honors in Psychology from Pepperdine University. She’s a graduate of Bar Ilan University’s Leadership Program for Religious Women, the American Jewish Committee’s course for Building Tolerance in Israeli Society and Lander’s School of Tourism.
Eve is the Director of Tourism for the One Israel Fund; on the Board of Governors of Ariel University; a member of the World Mizrachi Israel, JNF and Judea-Samaria Speakers Bureaus, on the Board of CAMERA’s Israel affiliate Presspectiva and a former 10 year councilwoman in Efrat, where she and her physician husband raised 7 children.
Sample lecture topics:
"Tu B'Av; The 4th Festival" (with powerpoint)
"Yir'ah: Fear or Awe?"
"Jewish Feminism without a Tallit"
"The Gems of Yehuda and Shomron"
"Options Other Than a 2 State Solution"
"The Real Israel Behind the Headlines"
"The Ancient Judean Balsam is Back"
Sample of teaching:
Congregations, Jewish communities, JWRP groups, other women's groups
$750 for a weekday, $2500 for a scholar in residence Shabbat