Mediators of Israel
Ambassador Eynat Shlein is an Israeli diplomat and a senior analyst. Born and raised in Israel, she joined the Foreign Service as a career diplomat in 1992, specializing in the Middle East region, the Israeli-Arab relations and American affairs, and promoting dialog and understanding in the region. She was posted in Jordan (twice), in Washington DC, in Boston, and in the Israeli Foreign Ministry holding several senior positions, including ambassador (2015-2017), and deputy head of the Policy Research Center and director of Maghreb, Syria and Lebanon affairs department. She holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration (2000) from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, with a major in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution. She also holds a Bachelor degree in Middle Eastern History, magna cum laude (1991) from the Tel Aviv University, Israel.