Since 2005, Grace has “brought the story home” to global supporters of ENP’s critical work in Israel.
Director of International Relations, Ethiopian National Project
Grace Rodnitzki is the director of international relations of the Ethiopian National Project (ENP), a partnership between global Jewry, the government of Israel and the Ethiopian community in Israel. Since 2005, Grace has “brought the story home” to global supporters of ENP’s critical work in Israel. Grace is an alumna of Brandeis University, studied at Pembroke College of Oxford University and was a Raoul Wallenberg Scholar at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where she participated in its Leadership Studies program. Later, in her capacity as a Rotary Ambassadorial scholar, she studied at Melbourne University in Australia and delivered lectures throughout Australia on Israel and Operation Solomon, the miraculous secret operation in which 14,325 Ethiopian Jews were airlifted to Israel within 36 hours. Originally from King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, Grace made aliyah in 1993. She lives in Modi’in with her husband and three children.