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Greer Fay Cashman was born in Australia and has lived in Israel since 1973.  She has been writing for The Jerusalem Post since 1977.  She has covered a variety of subjects working as a reporter, feature writer, columnist and section editor. Cashman believes that journalism is the best profession for an ongoing education.

Greer Fay Cashman was born in Australia and has lived in Israel since 1973. She has been writing for The Jerusalem Post since 1977. She has covered a variety of subjects working as a reporter, feature writer, columnist and section editor. Cashman believes that journalism is the best profession for an ongoing education.

Judy Siegel Itzkovich, the health and science editor at The Jerusalem Post, has been in that position since 1986, moving over from coverage of the Jewish world, immigration and absorption, the president of Israel, religious affairs and other "beats" since she joined the paper in February 1973. She has published over 26,000 news stories, features and columns as a Post journalist.

Judy Siegel Itzkovich, the health and science editor at The Jerusalem Post, has been in that position since 1986, moving over from coverage of the Jewish world, immigration and absorption, the president of Israel, religious affairs and other "beats" since she joined the paper in February 1973. She has published over 26,000 news stories, features and columns as a Post journalist.

Yaakov Katz is the military correspondent and defense analyst for The Jerusalem Post and the Israel correspondent for Jane’s Defence Weekly.His first book, Israel vs. Iran – The Shadow War was published in Israel in March 2011 and was a national bestseller. It will be published in the US by the fall.Katz led the Post’s coverage of the recent IDF wars and operations including the Second Lebanon War against Hezbollah in 2006 and Operation Cast Lead in the Gaza Strip in 2009.

Yaakov Katz is the military correspondent and defense analyst for The Jerusalem Post and the Israel correspondent for Jane’s Defence Weekly.His first book, Israel vs. Iran – The Shadow War was published in Israel in March 2011 and was a national bestseller. It will be published in the US by the fall.Katz led the Post’s coverage of the recent IDF wars and operations including the Second Lebanon War against Hezbollah in 2006 and Operation Cast Lead in the Gaza Strip in 2009.

David Brinn, 52, is the managing editor of The Jerusalem Post.  He made aliya in 1985 and has worked in many capacities at the Post in the past 16 years.  He was also the founder of the Israel office of ISRAEL21c.  In 2008, Brinn was chosen as a fellow in the prestigious USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program.  He lives in Ma'aleh Adumim with his wife and four children.

David Brinn, 52, is the managing editor of The Jerusalem Post. He made aliya in 1985 and has worked in many capacities at the Post in the past 16 years. He was also the founder of the Israel office of ISRAEL21c. In 2008, Brinn was chosen as a fellow in the prestigious USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program. He lives in Ma'aleh Adumim with his wife and four children.

Tovah Lazaroff is the Deputy Managing Editor of The Jerusalem Post, where she has worked as a correspondent since 2000. Her expertise includes: settlements, diplomacy, the United Nations, hostage swaps, the southern and northern borders under fire, and terror victims. Before arriving in Israel 2000, Tovah spent eight years as a local reporter in the Boston area, where she earned 12 awards from the New England Press Association and seven from the Massachusetts Press Association for her work.

Tovah Lazaroff is the Deputy Managing Editor of The Jerusalem Post, where she has worked as a correspondent since 2000. Her expertise includes: settlements, diplomacy, the United Nations, hostage swaps, the southern and northern borders under fire, and terror victims. Before arriving in Israel 2000, Tovah spent eight years as a local reporter in the Boston area, where she earned 12 awards from the New England Press Association and seven from the Massachusetts Press Association for her work.

Herb Keinon, the diplomatic correspondent at The Jerusalem Post, moved to Israel from Denver some 30 years ago. He has been at the Post since 1985, and has covered a wide range of beats since them. He took over the diplomatic beat in August 2000.

Herb Keinon, the diplomatic correspondent at The Jerusalem Post, moved to Israel from Denver some 30 years ago. He has been at the Post since and has covered a wide range of beats since them. He took over the diplomatic beat in August

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Israel Kasnett is The Jerusalem Post's Magazine Editor. He has been published on a variety of topics including the war in Afghanistan, diplomacy and Israeli government policy.

Sharon Udasin reports on on environment, energy, scientific innovation and Negev issues. New Jersey born and bred, Sharon moved to Israel in September 2010, after spending two years as a staff writer at The New York Jewish Week in Manhattan. Prior to her position there, she earned a Master's degree in 2008 from the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, which directly followed her four years as an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania.

Sharon Udasin reports on on environment, energy, scientific innovation and Negev issues. New Jersey born and bred, Sharon moved to Israel in September 2010, after spending two years as a staff writer at The New York Jewish Week in Manhattan. Prior to her position there, she earned a Master's degree in 2008 from the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University, which directly followed her four years as an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania.

Ruth Eglash was recently appointed The Jerusalem Post’s first Social Media Editor and appointed as the newspaper’s Deputy Managing Editor. She is now responsible for expanding the historic newspaper’s reach and influence on social media networks. At the same time, she continues to write about social welfare issues, covering subjects such as human trafficking, integration of Israel’s new immigrants and the rights of women, minorities and people with disabilities.

Ruth Eglash was recently appointed The Jerusalem Post’s first Social Media Editor and appointed as the newspaper’s Deputy Managing Editor. She is now responsible for expanding the historic newspaper’s reach and influence on social media networks. At the same time, she continues to write about social welfare issues, covering subjects such as human trafficking, integration of Israel’s new immigrants and the rights of women, minorities and people with disabilities.

Yaakov Lappin covers police and national security affairs, providing breaking news coverage of major incidents within Israel and the West Bank. He also covers stories affecting Israeli national security and strategic developments in the Middle East.Yaakov is author of the book The Virtual Caliphate (Potomac Books), which proposes that an Islamist state has been established on the Internet by jihadis.

Yaakov Lappin covers police and national security affairs, providing breaking news coverage of major incidents within Israel and the West Bank. He also covers stories affecting Israeli national security and strategic developments in the Middle East.Yaakov is author of the book The Virtual Caliphate (Potomac Books), which proposes that an Islamist state has been established on the Internet by jihadis.

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