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Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi is the founder and president of The Israel Project (TIP), an international non-profit organization that provides factual information about Israel and the Middle East to the press, policy makers and the public. Prior to starting The Israel Project, Mizrahi was the founder and president of Laszlo & Associates, Inc., a strategic communications and public policy company. She worked on numerous winning political campaigns around the world as well as on projects with the White House and dozens of U.S. Senators. For six years Mizrahi published a weekly column on public policy in The Daily Record. Mizrahi also previously served as a foreign affairs legislative assistant to the U.S. Congress. The Forward newspaper has twice listed Mizrahi in its "Forward 50" most influential Jews in America. Mizrahi has been interviewed on "One on One with John McLaughlin," CNN, CNBC, FOX, MSNBC and C-SPAN. She studied at Hebrew University in Jerusalem and has degrees in International Relations and Judaic Studies from Emory University. Her father escaped the Nazis and her mother is a "Jew-by-choice" and daughter of the American revolution.

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