The Eyes on Israel Team


Lainee Cohen Grauman has been Curriculum Coordinator at CAMERA since 2011. She is the author of the second edition of Eyes on Israel, launched in 2012. She has worked as writer, editor and researcher in the fields of educational publishing and curriculum design. She also taught middle and high school English. Ms. Grauman holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Computer Science from Queens College, a Certificate in English Language Teaching from New School University and a Master of Arts degree in English Secondary Education from New York University.

Eric Rozenman is the Washington Director at CAMERA and the editor of Eyes on Israel. He is the former editor of B'nai B'rith's International Jewish Monthly and the Washington Jewish Week. His commentaries and analyses have appeared in publications including The Los Angeles Times, Policy Review and Journal for the Study of Antisemitism. Mr. Rozenman earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism degree from Ohio University and a Master of Arts degree in American history from Ohio State University.

Hillel Zaremba was the previous Curriculum Coordinator at CAMERA and the original author of Eyes on Israel, along with Rebecca Kushner. He is currently Assistant Editor of the Middle East Quarterly and Associate Director at Islamist Watch. Mr. Zaremba worked for over twenty years in the private and public sectors, developing instructional materials for a variety of clients, including the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Army and the U.S. Coast Guard. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Near Eastern Studies and a Master of Arts degree from Yale University in Religious Studies.

Editorial Advisors

Andrea Levin is the Executive Director and President of CAMERA, the organization she has directed for 20 years. Ms. Levin, who was named in 2003 by the Forward newspaper as one of the most influential American Jews, writes and lectures widely on media coverage of the Arab-Israeli conflict and its impact on public opinion. Her columns and articles have appeared in newspapers and magazines such as the Jerusalem Post, Boston Globe, International Herald Tribune, New York Post, New Republic, Editor and Publisher, Middle East Quarterly, National Post and Commentary.

Ms. Levin, who was born in New York City, is a former Associate Editor on the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. She has also taught English. Ms Levin holds degrees from Gettysburg College and the University of Pennsylvania and has done graduate work at Harvard University.

Alex Safian is the Associate Director and Research Director at CAMERA. He holds a BS from Columbia University and an MA and PhD from Harvard University. He served as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Northeastern University and as an Instructor at Harvard University before joining CAMERA. Mr. Safianís articles have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, the San Diego Union Tribune, the Jerusalem Post, and National Review Online, as well as in other newspapers and magazines across the United States, and he has published articles in the Middle East Quarterly and other academic journals. He has also lectured widely in the United States, Canada and Israel on media coverage of the Middle East as well as related issues.

Mr. Safian is the author of the monograph PBS and Israel: A Pattern of Bias - The Case of Journey to the Occupied Lands. He was invited to testify before an Appropriations Subcommittee of the United States Congress documenting taxpayer-funded anti-Israel bias in the programming of the Public Broadcasting Service and in broadcasts of National Public Radio.