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Ashira Solomon


- Feminism… Massive Fail

- ⁠⁠Blacks And Jews: History and Solidarity

US-Israel Relations, Small Communities, Diaspora, Zionism, Feminism


Ashira Solomon is a dynamic and inspiring international speaker and political commentator whose talent for empowering others and fostering positive change has taken her around the world.

As a senior public policy expert, with a strong background in management and communication, Ashira is currently the co-host of the talk show The Quad alongside the Deputy Mayor of Jerusalem Fleur Hassan, Journalist, Emily Schrader and previous Canadian Ambassador to Israel, Vivian Bercovici which is produced by Jewish News Syndicate.

Her professional background in strategic partnerships and cross-functional liaison enhances her exceptional moderating style in the presence of high-level public figures such as heads of state and CEOs.
She recently emceed the fifth Annual Reykjavik Global Forum for Women Political Leaders (WPL) in Iceland and the Forbes Africa Woman Summit in South Africa.

She has also spoken for such corporations as Walmart in Washington DC and continues to support and assist US Embassy events in Israel.
In addition to her professional endeavors, Ashira is deeply committed to giving back to her community and volunteers her time and resources to several charitable organizations.
She is passionate about leadership, relentlessly advocates for securing the future of Israel, and is a steadfast proponent for women's health and political participation in today’s rapidly changing world.

Born and raised in California, and based between Israel and the United States, Ashira holds a Bachelor of Science and has a Master of Public Administration (MPA) with an option in Health Administration from California State University, Chico. She is also the recipient of the Boren National Security Fellowship Award from the U.S. Department of State and the Running Star Fellowship Award. In her spare time, Ashira enjoys immersing herself in the Hebrew language and culture and is helping to fight against antisemitism in the African-American community.

“Yes, I can!” is Ashira’s mission statement and commitment to the world. With her positive attitude, determination, and belief in the power of family to build better nations, Ashira is a vibrant force for global transformation.

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