Nomi Kaltmann

Speaker Bio

Nomi Kaltmann is from Melbourne, Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Jewish Civilizations from Monash University, as well as a Master’s degree in Legal Practice from the Australian National University.

Previously Nomi has worked for the Shadow Attorney General of Australia and for the Victorian Legislative Assembly. Nomi also coordinated and accompanied a Parliamentary delegation to Israel and the Palestinian Territories. 

Nomi is one of the founding members of the Women’s Orthodox Tefillah Group in Victoria. She is also the founder and inaugural president of the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance (JOFA) in Australia. Her work promoting gender equality for Australian women has been covered in major Australian newspapers including The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Australia and The Australian Jewish News.

Nomi loves to write and is the Australian correspondent at Tablet Magazine. In addition to her regular pieces in Tablet Mag, Nomi’s bylines have been published in The Forward, Religion and Politics, Neos Kosmos, Plus61J and Religion Unplugged. Nomi has completed several fellowships, including at Hillel International’s Office of Innovation (OOI), Launchpad Australia, Va’Tichtov, Women Leading Locally,
 and the Orthodox Leadership Program for Women (OLP)

Speaking Topics

-Women and Leadership
-How to Create a New Movement
-Jewish Ethics and Journalism

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