Washington D.C. Headquarters 

Phone: 202-857-6644
Fax: 202-540-4567
Mail: The Israel Project
PO BOX 27999
Washington, DC, 20038


Jerusalem, Israel 

Phone: 011-972-2-6236427
Fax: 011-972-2-6236439


For general inquires:


To reach the press office:  


Executive Staff:

ADAM CUTLER Chief of Staff
MARYBETH LONG Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer
DAVID HAZONY Managing Director & Editor,
OMRI CEREN Managing Director, Press & Strategy
IAN SUGAR Senior Advisor, External Affairs



CEO & President


Josh Block is a communications, foreign policy and political strategist involved in national politics and policy for nearly 20 years. A former Clinton Administration official & spokesman at the State Department’s USAID, Block got his start on Capitol Hill in the office of Senator Edward M. Kennedy and Democratic politics. A spokesman for the Clinton/Gore and Gore/Lieberman presidential campaigns, Block also worked on House and Senate races, including Sen. Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) first campaign for U.S. Senate, the ’96 Presidential Inaugural Committee, and as spokesman at the Ohio Democratic Party.


After nearly a decade on the senior staff of AIPAC, one of Washington’s most respected and effective advocacy organizations, where he was Spokesman and Director of Strategic Communications, Block was appointed Senior Fellow at the Progressive Policy Institute in Washington D.C., and established a strategic consulting practice focused on the intersection of policy, politics and public affairs for international and US-based clients in the public and private sector.


Block was named by Foreign Policy Magazine to its Twitterati 100 list of the most influential foreign policy experts on Twitter (@JoshBlockDC) and The Forward to its list of America’s 50 most influential Jews. When he was appointed CEO and President of The Israel Project, AIPAC President Michael Kassen said, “TIP, as well as the pro-Israel community, will benefit greatly from [Block’s] unique ability to shape the debate and educate both policymakers and the public about Israel and the Middle East.”
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Chief of Staff


Adam Cutler Is responsible for foreign policy issues and analysis, strategic planning, cross-departmental project management and coordination across the organization’s multiple platforms and divisions. He has worked as Political Advisor for the UK Embassy in Tel Aviv, was a Senior Consultant with Ernst & Young, and served the past three prime ministers of Israel at Israel’s National Security Council.


A native of Philadelphia, Adam holds degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Bar Ilan University and is an IDF veteran.
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Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer


Marybeth Long is responsible for all finance, accounting, budgeting, and reporting activities for TIP, both in DC and in Israel. As head of the organization’s Finance department, Long is also involved in supporting financial presentations. Long has three decades of experience in the finance and management arena, including consulting at the National Retail Federation; working as the Director of Accounting at the American Psychiatric Association; Controller at Metropolitan Development LLC; Accounting Manager at Sunrise Living; and Controller at Hines corporation, a major real estate development and management company; as well as in senior finance-related positions for other top corporate and non-profit organizations, including the National Automobile Dealers Association and the Rubber Manufacturers Association.


Long is a Certified Public Accountant and a graduate of George Mason University.
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Managing Director & Editor,


David Hazony is Managing Director & Editor, He previously served as editor-in-chief of Azure, Israel’s leading journal of public affairs, from 2004 to 2007. His book, “The Ten Commandments,” published by Scribner in 2010, was a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award. Hazony’s writing has appeared in The New Republic, Commentary, Moment, the New York Sun, Jewish Ideas Daily, the Jerusalem Post, and The Forward, where he is a Contributing Editor.


A native of Princeton, New Jersey and Brookline, Massachusetts, he is currently based in Washington, D.C., after spending the last two decades in Israel. Hazony received his Ph.D. in Jewish Philosophy from the Hebrew University.
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Managing Director, Press & Strategy


Omri Ceren oversees TIP’s news monitoring, research, and digital outreach efforts. Ceren appears regularly as a guest analyst on cable and radio news programs, commenting on geopolitical and geostrategic affairs. He is a PhD candidate in Communication at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communication.
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Senior Advisor, External Affairs


In his capacity as Senior Advisor for External Affairs, Ian Sugar manages The Israel Project’s development operations, and is responsible for meeting aggressive fundraising targets, stewardship of major gifts, and programming and events for TIP supporters. A veteran fundraiser and strategist, Ian was most recently Deputy Political Director at the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund. Prior to that, Ian was Finance Director for Shelley Berkley’s campaign for US Senate in Nevada. Before his years in Las Vegas, Ian consulted in Washington for some of the country’s top elected officials at Berger Hirschberg Strategies. He cut his teeth in politics during the 2008 Presidential election, and went on to help elect Suzanne Kosmas to Congress in November of that year. Ian graduated from Boston University in 2007.
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