Associate Director of the Center for Transboundary Water Management (CTWM) | Israël | Arava Institute for Environmental Studies
Associate Director of the Center for Transboundary Water Management (CTWM) at the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, www.arava.org, and the Wastewater Manager at the Eilot Regional Council. She has an undergraduate degree from the University of Melbourne in Environmental Engineering and Master’s degree from Hebrew University of Jerusalem in G/local Community Development. Her work at CTWM focuses on providing a platform for regional water professionals and policy makers to cooperate in water conservation, desalination, wastewater treatment and education. The center facilitates direct communication among regional water professionals in the three lower riparian states of the Jordan River and Dead Sea Basin (Israel, Palestine and Jordan. She was the project manager for an EU Marie Curie Action and a USAID Conflict Mitigation and Management grant focused on the conflict resolution aspects of regional water, food and energy challenges between Israel, the West Bank and Gaza.
Ms. Kronich is currently the Co-Chair and Coordinator of the Arava Institutes Track II Environmental Forum which aims to “promote cross-border environmental agreements between Jordan, Israel and Palestine, with the objectives of improving lives, protecting the environment, and supporting sustainable resolution of conflict.”