Nadav Greenberg is the Outreach and Programming Coordinator at Just Vision, responsible for formulating Just Vision’s outreach and press strategy in the US and internationally, and liaising with communities who wish to learn more about Just Vision’s work. In this capacity, he has spoken before audiences across the United States, Israel and beyond, especially in conjunction with Just Vision’s newest documentary films, Budrus and Home Front: Portraits from Sheikh Jarrah. Nadav also serves as a spokesperson for the organization in communication with media, think tanks, diplomats and community leaders.
Nadav grew up in Israel, and received his B.A. with honors from Harvard University after completing his service in the Israeli Army. At Harvard, his studies focused on the intersection between politics and popular culture. He wrote his senior thesis on contemporary Israeli cinema, and the ways in which it reflects trends in modern Israeli society. During this time, Nadav also produced a short documentary film, Comfort Food, which explored the role of hummus in the context of the Israeli-Arab conflict.
Nadav has also been involved extensively in conflict resolution efforts and human rights work. He is an active graduate of Seeds of Peace, an organization devoted to bringing together youth from areas of conflict, and has organized and participated in multiple joint Israeli-Palestinian activities in Israel and in the West Bank. In the summer of 2008, he received a grant from Harvard University to intern as a researcher and fieldworker with Yesh Din, an Israeli human rights organization that assists Palestinians in ensuring that the rule of law is maintained by the Israeli authorities in the West Bank. He has also edited and written sections for several travel guidebooks from the Let’s Go series, including the historical, political and cultural introductions in Let’s Go: Israel and the Palestinian Territories.
My Neighbourhood (Associate Producer, 2012)
Home Front: Portraits from Sheikh Jarrah (Associate Producer, 2011)