Dror Post, Senior Facilitator
Dror Post (Posta) a Senior Facilitator with the Center for Transformative Education, was born and raised in Jerusalem in an Orthodox Jewish family. He currently lives in New York City where he recently received his PhD in the Program of Philosophy and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Before moving to the US, Dror received his BA and MA in Philosophy from Tel Aviv University, where he also taught undergraduate courses in Philosophy. Since 1990 he has been involved in various educational and humanitarian projects, working with youth in danger, ex-prisoners who are in the rehabilitation process, and the terminally ill. Dror is an activist in the Israeli peace movement, particularly through his inter-group work with Israelis and Palestinians. He has been a founder and facilitator of groups in conflict for a number of years, primarily working with Israelis and Palestinians in organizations such as Reut-Sedaka, Proyect Savlanut, and Seeking Common Ground, among others. Dror was also a Co-Senior Facilitator with Abraham’s Vision. With the Center for Transformative Education, Dror co-taught our Faciliation Training Course the first two years it was offered.