Zohar Or Sharvit

Research associate, Social Inclusion Team (Family Group)

Social Inclusion

Research Associate, Social Inclusion Team, Family Group, the Myers-JDC-Brookdale Institute (MJB), Israel’s leading center for applied social research.

Zohar Or Sharvit has worked at MJB since 2018. Her main research areas are: food insecurity, reduction of socio-economic gaps, and the social inclusion of minority populations and marginalized populations.

Zohar is a certified social worker and an expert on early childhood education. She has experience in occupational rehabilitation and in the care of people with disabilities and victims of trauma and loss as well as in the management, supervision, and instruction of educational teams in early-childhood educational settings (day-care centers, home-based child care, kindergartens and preschools, and extracurricular educational settings). Zohar has also instructed graduate students at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem on group guidance and has been engaged in the development of assessment tools, continuing education programs, and other educational programs.

Zohar holds a BA in Psychology and Education from the Open University and a BSW and an MA in Early Childhood Studies (the Schwartz Program), both from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Zohar can be contacted by email at [email protected].

Journal Articles

Sharvit, Z. O., Sorek, Y., & Honigman, I. (2022). Parenting coordination–Outcome measurement and prediction: Implications for research and practice. Family Court Reviewdoi.org/10.1111/fcre.12688