Naama Haviv is MAZON’s Director of Community Engagement and brings more than a decade of experience in social justice advocacy, coalition-building, and international development. Prior to joining MAZON, she served as Executive Director of Panzi Foundation USA, supporting its mission to end sexual violence against women in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and provide holistic healing services to its survivors. Naama also served as Assistant Director at Jewish World Watch, where she directed policy, programming, and partnerships both in the US and with organizations in Chad and Eastern Congo in its work to address genocide and mass atrocities worldwide. She has created and managed educational programs for Relief International, connecting students from the US to students in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Tajikistan, and the West Bank, and she held research positions with the Institute for the Study of Genocide, the Middle East Media Research Institute, and the American Anti-Slavery Group. She earned her M.A. from Clark University’s Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, and graduated summa cum laude from Clark University with a B.A. in History.