Wed, Dec 16, 2020

6 PM – 8 PM (GMT+1)

Add to Calendar




In this first-ever event brought to you by the IE Alumni Women's Network we discuss what is at the core of this topic.

An expert panel has been brought together to share their secrets to success and answer your questions about what is stopping you from reaching your goals and how to fix it. 

This is your chance to level up in 2021 and connect to amazing female alumni all over the world. You DO NOT want to miss this opportunity!

This event is open to all IE University Alumni. Male and Female.


Narkis Alon's profile photo

Narkis Alon

Co-founder & CEO

Narkis Alon is a mother, writer, educator and a social entrepreneur that has spent the last decade building educational platforms as a tool for bridging socio-economic gaps. In her social enterprises, she is exploring questions such as; What kind of workplace culture is needed for female leadership to thrive? What is the role of women leaders in creating our next civilization? And how can people from all socio-economical backgrounds make a decent living and fulfill themselves?

She co-founded Double You, an international network supporting women from 14 different countries to develop their business initiatives and projects. She also co-founded Elevation Academy, a tech academy, where she developed educational programs for companies like Facebook, Google and others to integrate a wide range of communities in need from the Israeli society in the startup industry. Prior to that, she co founded Ze-Ze, a platform for social enterprises led by youth that creates jobs for communities in need and is currently serving as a board member.

Her work has received global recognition: She was named as one of the 100 Visionary Leaders by Real Leaders magazine, one of Israel's leading change makers by Calcalist and by Forbes under 30. She was invited to share her work on prestigious stages such as :the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum at Davos, the Israel summit in Harvard University, and Nexus' network “Brain Trusts” discussing with community leaders at the UN about the ways to tackle sexual harassment in the workplace.

She is facilitating the women leadership track at the Board Member Institute for Jewish Non Profits at Kellogg, Northwestern University and has led multiple organizational processes for organizations across the world. She is the podcast host of "playing with fire", partnered with Haaretz newspaper where she is leading the conversation around gender, sexual conduct and how to create a workplace culture that supports men and women.

She is a Schusterman fellow and a Ford fellow. She served at Israel’s 8200 elite intelligence unit of IDF and holds a double major BA in Psychology and Film at Tel-Aviv University.

Sarah Tahor's profile photo

Sarah Tahor

Builder, Strategist, Entrepreneur, Innovator, Leader, Connector

Sarah’s biggest passion is building: building value, companies, teams, strategy, opportunities and relationships. Currently working on a number of projects, including an AI impact startup to increase the number of women in senior positions.  

Sarah is an enriching entrepreneur with 15+ years of leadership experience in international business strategy, M&A, venture capital raising, business development and strategic partnerships primarily in technology startups.

Tzameret Fuerst's profile photo

Tzameret Fuerst

Corporate Resilience Trainer | Keynote Speaker | Entrepreneur | Mind Hacker

Following an extraordinary entrepreneurial journey on the unpaved roads of Africa, taking an innovative life-saving medical device from prototype to commercialization, Tzameret is focused on inspiring, empowering and training corporate executives and teams to persevere through extreme adversity by adopting an entrepreneurial mindset.  From motivational keynote talks (13,000 is the current record) and power workshops to 1 on 1 resilience training, her goal is to develop high performing and more resilient professionals and to ignite Intrapreneurship (entrepreneurship within a company).

Her new workshop, Hacking Your Blind Spots, helps teams uncover the unknown in their stakeholder ecosystem, to improve project outcomes in ambiguous, uncertain and volatile settings. Beyond learnings from her entrepreneurial experience, the workshop incorporates insights from Neuroscience, Mindfulness, Philosophy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Coaching.


Hosted By

IE Alumni Women’s Network | Website | View More Events
Co-hosted with: IE Women in Business Club, IE Global Alumni Relations, IE Alumni Women’s Network (OWNER)

Contact the organizers