Oliver Weingarten has achieved what most young men have only dreamed of. Aged 35, he has forged a successful career in international sports, having held high-ranking positions in the Premier league and Formula One.
Shimon Cohen describes himself as a “spin-consultant”.
Along with his 18-strong team, Cohen is trusted to manage the scandals and promote the work of 70 groups — including communal organisations from the United Synagogue to the Holocaust Educational Trust and Aish UK.
No communal leader manages to appear as unruffled as Stephen Pack, the president of the United Synagogue. His calm and affable presence will remain at the helm of British Jewry’s largest religious organisation for a further three years, after his unopposed election for a second term last month.
Paul Charney has never been one to shy away from a fight.
As a former tank commander for the Israel Defence Forces and current chairman of the Zionist Federation, he says he has always had to stand strong in his ongoing battle against anti-Israel activists — both on and off the field.