Yael Eckstein is honored as the president of “The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews”, located in Chicago as well as Jerusalem.
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein is her father. He was the person to nurture her since her childhood. Eckstein was born at Evanston, Illinois. She schooled herself from Torat Chesed Seminary which is at Israel, Queens College (New York) and was finally graduated from the Hebrew University at Jerusalem. She not only graduated degrees in biblical studies but also in Jewish and sociology studies.
About Yael and her contribution
She currently resides in Jerusalem. She is married and is now a mother to four children. Here in Jerusalem she is a renowned writer, an esteemed communal services expert, and a professional at Jewish-Christian interactions. Her books are renowned too.” Holy Land Reflections” and “Spiritual Cooking with Yael” published in 2012 and 2014 respectively are the two books to which Yael Eckstein is the author.
She frequently prepares blogs and pens op-eds for “The Times of Israel]” and “The Jerusalem Post”. She has also made speeches at international occasions which include a Briefing as well as panel discussion about religious discrimination in Middle East at Washington, D.C.
Yael Eckstein regarded as the president of ‘The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews’ she looks through all the ministry databases and work for the organization of the international spokesperson. She was earlier well known for being the vice president at the global executive. She also served as a senior vice president. In addition to that she was the director of “Program development and ministry outreach”.
Eckstein believes the organization to be apolitical. She also provides a huge amount of capital to the Israelis those who are needy, anywhere they live. The association looks after about 450 schedules throughout Israel and it comprises over 5,000 undertakes. Yael was entitled as “One of Israel’s 100 Most Influential Women” by Makor Rishon in 2014. In 2015, she had been featured as the cover page of” Nashim” which was a magazine basically for women.