Dr. Judith Richter Receives Gold Medal at the Global Business & Interfaith Peace Award in Japan During the Paralympic Games
DR. JUDITH RICHTER, CEO MEDINOL, OVERCOMES DIFFERENCES BY FOCUSING ON THE HEART - CARDIOVASCULAR & SPIRITUAL
2021, July 23, In the Holy Lands, differing religious, cultural, and historical claims are connected to ongoing conflicts. In response, Medinol CEO Dr. Judith Richter founded the NIR School of the Heart to help high school students not only understand cardio-vascular career opportunities but also connect the hearts of people from different cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. Dr. Richter helps students build bridges across cultures through the process of learning. As one of the graduates summed up the experience, The NIR School of the Heart “will make the whole Middle East a better place.” The program has become widely popular and currently has 826 graduates who are functioning as ambassadors for peace, out of which 225 are also pursuing careers in medical-related professions.
JUDITH RICHTER HONORED FOR BUILDING BRIDGES BETWEEN DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
During an event in her honor in Washington, October 16, 2019, Dr. Richter was recognized "in recognition of her vision of educating ambassadors of universal health and peace, while buildingbridges between diverse communities”.
The event featured a rare joint discussion by former U.S. Presidents William J. Clinton and George W. Bush, who discussed the challenge of bridging divides in conflict regions.
IDC Herzliya Awards Honorary Fellowship to 7 Groundbreaking Women
IDC Herzliya awarded the title of Honorary Fellows to Daphna Cramer, Liora Ofer, Dr. Judith Richter, Prof. Michal Schwartz, Loralee West, Maj. (Res.) Roni Zuckerman and Yael Arad.
2018, Herzliya; Prof. Uriel Reichman, president and founder of IDC Herzliya, together with Mr. Oudi Recanati, IDC board of directors chairman, granted on Thursday (June 8) the annual Honorary Fellows title to 7 leading women who represent Zionism, entrepreneurship, social responsibility, academy, philanthropy and business success in recognition of their outstanding contribution towards the State of Israel, the Jewish people and IDC Herzliya.
For 12 years Israeli students join Arab counterparts worldwide in unique medical program. Former Jordanian participant: I changed my mind about Israel. Jordanian organization calls project 'Zionistic brainwashing'