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Double You is a community that powers women to fulfill themselves both professionally and personally.

We strongly believe in the power of diversity for innovation! Community members include start up entrepreneurs with a proven track record, professionals that are just taking the entrepreneurial leap, industry leaders and women investors. All members have a common goal of pursuing entrepreneurial work of meaning, and lack either the time, community inspiration or tools to properly develop it. Our content, both online and offline - offers exactly this.

 
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Meet the team


meet the team

Meet the team


meet the team

Team Double You


Narkis Alon

Narkis Alon is the Co-founder Double You. She is also the Co-founder and board member of Ze-Ze, a platform for social enterprises led by youth that creates self-fulfilling job opportunities for communities in need. And the Co-founder of Elevation Academy, a tech academy. She had speaking appearances at Davos, TEDx, Lift and more. She was recently named 30under30 by Forbes Israel.

Narkis has a B.A in psychology and Film from TAU. She is a Schusterman Fellow and a member of the ROI community of Jewish innovators. She is in the advisory board of WMN, the Noah initiative and Tel Aviv municipality committee for women issues

 

 

Sarah Reifschneider

Sarah Fenna Reifschneider is the Co-founder of Double You. Her mission is to help unveil the powers of women, in business and home making, for a more unified and balanced reality. Sarah created different workshops world wide and facilitated across the cultural board from Myanmar to Switzerland through Expressive Arts Education. She specializes in trauma and developed alternative healing methods from PTSD in Israel. Sarah Received a Master at the European Graduate School, and a Master in Conflict Resolution and Mediation from Tel Aviv University. Her BA is from Sarah Lawrence College in Developmental Psychology and Theater. Sarah is a puppeteer, a medical clown and a professional Hula-hooper. Sarah is a global citizen at home in Germany, Israel and the US. 


Heila Myara

Heila is an advocate for social change and has lead widespread organizational strategic processes, improved the quality of living for young Israeli citizens with no family support including 'Olim Hadashim' and former religious Jews and assisted them integrate into society. In addition, she encouraged young citizens in Ethiopia to take social responsibility and promote health education among their communities. Heila currently serves as the Head of Operations for Double You where she is building on her career in social businesses. Among her previous positions, she was the Resource Development Coordinator at ANU, Marcom Coordinator for AudioCodes and the Deputy Director for the ‘Ach Gadol for Lone Soldiers’ organization . She holds a B.A in International Relations, Sociology and Anthropology from the Hebrew University. She grew up in Massachusetts and has lived in Israel and Ethiopia. She dreams to see decreased socioeconomic disparities and equal opportunities for children. When she isn't working, she travels the world, runs, cooks, volunteers and constantly explores new ideas for change.


Stephie Knopel

Stephie Knopel, born in Chile and living currently in Tel Aviv, is a passionate feminist and relentless optimist. In 2014 she founded Personal Heroes – a startup that measures people’s positive impact in their surroundings, democratising heroism by making everyday heroes visible to the world and communities. Her mission in life is putting Kindness as part of the equation of intelligence and reputation, changing the way societies measure people. Before that Stephie was the co-founder at Elaaastic, an innovation lab bringing the 'startup thinking' to big org's. Among the projects she's most proud of is being one of the builders of 'PeaceHub' – an initiative for boosting 2nd track peace talks in Israel Proyecto Propio, -an org. fighting inequality in Chile and the way poverty is being measured. For 12 years she served as a Creative Leader in different ad agencies, in LatAm, Spain and Israel and a guest professor & speaker at IED in Barcelona, in various global conferences fostering innovation and disruption. Her soul is devoted to meritocracy based on positive impact to the world.


 

Facilitators of this retreat 

 

Liat Aaronson

Liat is a Partner at Marker LLC. Prior to joining Marker, Liat was the Executive Director of the Zell Entrepreneurship Program at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya, where she helped grow the program and the startups that came out of it. Today she remains involved as chairwoman of the Zell Entrepreneurship Program. Liat is also a mentor and faculty member at IDC’s new program for entrepreneurial leadership and global impact, IDC Beyond. Before joining IDC in 2005, she practiced law at Naschitz, Brandes & Co., a leading Israeli law firm, where she focused on corporate law and M&A and represented venture capital firms, investors, technology companies and start­ups. Liat holds a B.A. (Cum Laude) from the University of California at Berkeley, an LL.B. and MBA from Tel Aviv University, and an LL.M. in European law from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands (Cum Laude). Liat became a member of the Israel Bar Association in 1999. She is on the advisory board of SeedIL, Cockpit Innovation Hub, Ramle Innovation Hub, Taglit Excel Ventures Program and Scola, the Unit 2470 Alumni Entrepreneurship Program. 


Baat Enosh

Baat Enosh heads Intuit's Israel Strategy and Ops, establishing and growing Intuits' R&D center as a part of the Israeli innovation ecosystem. Baat relocated back to Israel after many years in Silicon Valley where she most recently was a Product Manager at Intuit's Innovation group.

Prior to Intuit, Baat was busy as VP Ops at Founder Labs – a “pre-incubator focusing on mobile products”, as COO of Women 2.0 and as the manager of the Entrepreneurial Alliance at NCWIT. She was lucky learning firsthand Lean Startup thinking from icons such as Eric Ries, Steve Blank, and Scott Cook. Prior to all that, she spent her most technical years in the world of enterprise management software. Outside work, Baat is raising 3 kids, enjoys skiing, competitive skydiving, indoor-rock climbing, and yoga. She holds a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder.


Revital Hendler  

Revital Hendler is a serial entrepreneur. In 2005 Revital founded AllJobs, disruptive startup for job-searches. A year and a half later AllJobs was the leading job portal in Israel and over 3 years an international company bought part of about $18 million worth. Revital was the CEO of AllJobs for 7 years; she established unique business models in the field (both B2C and B2B) and managed more than 250 employees. In 2011 she co-founded me, a revolutionary social recruiting network that enabled job seekers and employers meet through friends’ recommendations based on the “wisdom of the crowds”. In 2013, she co-founded BreezoMeter, real time air pollution mapping platform, that was announced the most promising startup in 2014 in the world by GEW (The global entrepreneurship world) and was just invited to the white house to present to president Obama.  

For the last 2 years she mentors, social-tech startups, co-managed the first social tech accelerator and conducted several workshops to boost social-tech in Israel. She was selected as one of The most influential women by "Lady Globes"