Anastasia Torres-Gil

Anastasia Torres-Gil is a retired Assistant District Attorney. She served as the Santa Clara County District Attorney's first Hate Crimes Unit Coordinator. In the 1990’s, she was sent to Israel to investigate a Conspiracy to Commit Murder case. She’s a Wexner Heritage Fellowship alumna and currently serves on the National Board of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Inc., (HWZOA). Her op-eds have been published in The Jewish News of Northern California, The Oakland Tribune, Thrive Global and Santa Cruz Sentinel. Additionally, she wrote the first training manual for the California District Attorneys Association on how to prosecute hate crimes. In her free time, she creates the pro-Israel comic strip on social media called “Zionist Pugs” (www.zionistpugs.com) and was recognized for this work by the organization Combat Anti-Semitism. Anastasia recently developed and co-led a Fashion, Food, Wine & Design Hadassah tour to Israel and visits the country – and her dear friends there - often.

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Lean In? This Woman Social Entrepreneur was Practically Planking – Way Back In 1912.

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Asking for Help is a Sign of Strength, Not of Weakness

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What My First Grade Teacher and My Two Daughters Taught Me About Shabbat

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