Chartered Group had the distinct honor of hosting Ms. Masako Mori, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Japan, during her visit to Israel on July 23rd. It was an unforgettable occasion filled with insightful discussions and impactful meetings, all centered around the themes of women’s empowerment, gender diversity, and equality.

The highlight of the day was the panel discussion held at Naschitz, Brandes, Amir & Co., where we had the privilege of hosting exceptional women leaders from various industries. The esteemed panel featured:
🔹 Noga Devecseri Spira: Partner and Co-head of Hi-Tech at Naschitz, Brandes, Amir, ADV 🔹
🔹 Dr. Carmit Yadin: Founder and CEO of DeviceTotal 🔹
🔹 Ms. Noa Tamir: CEO of Calalist 🔹
🔹 Ms. Michal Shalem: Founder and CEO at Think Creative and Co-Founder of impact.51 🔹
🔹 Ms. Michal Lebenthal: Founder and CEO at Think Creative Ltd and Co-Founder of impact.51 🔹
🔹 Ms. Gabi Joffe: General Manager for dbMotion / Altera Digital Health in Israel 🔹

These influential women shared their invaluable experiences, insights, and initiatives that have been driving positive change for gender equality in their respective fields. Their commitment to breaking barriers and uplifting others is truly commendable and serves as an inspiration for all of us.

We also had the privilege of meeting with the female officers at the Shachar Unit in the IDF’s C4I Directorate. The strides made by this unit in enhancing military resources, streamlining processes, and creating a supportive environment for recruits and career officers alike, are nothing short of remarkable. Their journey toward success exemplifies the power of women in technology and leadership roles.

To cap off this exceptional day, we had a productive meeting at Remilk, where innovative ideas and opportunities for collaboration were exchanged.

At Chartered Group, we firmly believe that embracing diversity and empowering women in leadership is key to driving progress and creating a brighter future. Ms. Masako Mori’s visit to Israel was a testament to this shared vision, and we are grateful for the opportunity to have been a part of it.