Visiting Faculty Member
Dalit Stauber is an educator. She has served as director general of the Ministry of Education, director of the Tel Aviv district for the Ministry of Education, acting director of Israel's educational television, and superintendent of secondary education in the Tel Aviv district of the Ministry of Education. She also held a variety of management, training, and teaching positions in both formal and informal education. Dalit led the implementation of the recommendations regarding education in the Trachtenberg Commission report in the national education system, introduced data-based work processes, and completed the implementation of the Ofek Chadash ("New Horizon") and the "Oz LeTmurah" ("Courage to Change") reforms. During her tenure at the Ministry of Education, strategic planning was designed to bring Israel's education system in line with the 21st century, and processes were set up for the positioning and validation of collaborations with the third sector. Dalit has won many awards, including recognition from the "Ometz" movement for her special contribution to community and society; the director general's award for outstanding employee of the Ministry of Education; the Noah Mozes award for outstanding employee; and a certificate of appreciation for outstanding city team leader in the Tel Aviv district. Upon retiring from the Ministry of Education, she headed the "Stauber Committee" for the advancement of women in the civil service. At present, Dalit serves as an international strategic advisor, practicum director and lecturer in the master's program in organizational consulting at Ono Academic College, chair of the board of the Ort Braude Academic College in Carmiel, a board member of Israel's public broadcasting corporation, and a member of the board of Yad Vashem. At the Mandel School for Educational Leadership, Dalit is a visiting faculty member.