A 2018-2019 fellow, Karshai interned at the Foreign Trade administration at the Israeli Ministry of Economy.
Prior to joining the program, she worked at the public sector unit of Lotem, an organizational consulting firm, as a learning and training development consultant. As part of her work, she took part in the planning and implementation of strategic processes for public sector organizations, including the Israeli Ministry of Welfare, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Justice. Her work involved developing innovative learning strategies and products based on the clients’ requirements.
Hadas holds an MSc in International-Development and Anthropology from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a B.A. in Sociology and Anthropology from Ben-Gurion University. During her B.A. she participated in the honors program of the sociology department, and graduated with a first-class honors degree.
In her master’s thesis, Hadas researched market-driven development solutions in India. From a critical-anthropological lens, she explored if and how these development initiatives achieve their stated goals, and what is their on-the-ground impact on their target populations.