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Executive Director

Anna D. Gol is the Executive Director for the Palestinian Internship Program and Palestinian Mentorship Program, responsible for the day-to-day running of the organization. Born in New York City and raised in Toronto, she holds a B.A. in Peace, Conflict, and Justice Studies from the University of Toronto’s Munk School. Upon completion, she worked as the Campus Director and Educator for the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center in Toronto, where she ran social justice workshops for middle school and high school students. 

Anna received her M.A. in Conflict Resolution from Tel Aviv University in 2016, along with her certification in Mediation. During the course of her studies, she also worked as a research intern at the Jerusalem Center for Justice. Prior to joining PIP in January 2018, Anna worked with boutique recruitment firm Venture Talent as an Executive Recruiter for startup and high tech companies in Toronto.



Program Manager

Molly Kalat is the Program Manager of PIP/PMP, facilitating company recruitment, intern matching, mentor/mentee relationship building, and resource development. Originally from Denver, Colorado, Molly moved to Israel in 2018. She joined the PIP/PMP team in 2021 during her MA in Conflict Resolution and Mediation at Tel Aviv University, where she also became a UNITAR certified Mediator. 


Molly earned a B.S. in Economics from Tulane University in New Orleans, with minors in Mathematics and Public Health. After she completed her first degree, her passion for education led her to be an education researcher and a teacher in two Israeli schools. She's experienced in programming, leadership development, and facilitation. In her free time, Molly's favorite things to do are camping, skiing, seeing live music, and running!



Program Coordinator

Mohammed Atira is the Program Coordinator of PIP/PMP, His responsibilities include strategizing candidate recruitment, developing strategic partnerships, planning soft-skills workshops, and conducting grant market research.


Mohammed received his B.S. in Energy and Environment Engineering from An-Najah University, during which he helped found the first chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers in Palestine. Mohammed has 11 years of experience working and participating in international affairs programs and is also a certified dialogue and conflict transformation facilitator. Mohammed enjoys hiking, reading, and playing Basketball and soccer in his free time.

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