Israel Allies Foundation Staff

Washington, D.C.

Jordanna McMillan, Director of Outreach & Communications

Jordanna McMillan

Jordanna McMillan serves as the Director of Outreach & Communications at the IAF. She has worked with the IAF since it’s first international office opened in Washington, D.C. in 2011. From speaking at international pro-Israel conferences to hosting Congressional trips, Jordanna is passionate about educating men and women of faith and mobilizing them in support of Israel.

Prior to living in DC, Jordanna worked with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) in Charlotte, N.C.  At BGEA she assisted the Director of the International Ministries where she helped coordinate a nationwide outreach project in Malawi.  From 2007, Jordanna lived in Jerusalem for almost two years where she studied Modern Hebrew and Middle Eastern Studies at Hebrew University’s Rothberg International School. During that time she also worked at the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ). Serving as a Program Assistant in their Grafted department, Jordanna helped lead young adult Christians from all over the world on service project tours of Israel, where they were not only connected with the land of the Bible but educated to become advocates for the modern State of Israel. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Southeastern University in Lakeland, FL.  Jordanna, her husband and son live in Maryland.

Leopoldo Martínez, Latin America Director

Leopoldo Martínez

Leopoldo Martínez serves as the Latin America Director for the Israel Allies Foundation based in Washington, DC. Currently, Leopoldo works with pro-Israel Parliamentarians and political leaders in Latin American and Caribbean countries. Prior to joining IAF, Leopoldo worked as a researcher, writer and editor for political and economic Latin American issues in various organizations in Washington DC. Leopoldo has a MBA from IESA Business School in Caracas and also received his Master’s degree from the Graduate School of Political Management from George Washington University. Prior to moving to DC, Leopoldo worked as a Research Assistant, researching draft laws on Venezuelan public policy as well as a Researcher and Editing Production Assistant for a Venezuela’s premier magazine of management, business and public policy.


Sharon Weinstein, Assistant to the Director, KCAC

Sharon Weinstein

Sharon Weinstein joined the KCAC as Assistant to the Director after volunteering at the office and recognizing the importance of Christian and Jewish leaders partnering together in their efforts to support Israel. She is a former Bible studies and mathematics teacher who has taught at high schools, synagogues and post-high school programs in the U.S and Israel. She has a Masters degree in Bible from Yeshiva University and is currently a doctoral candidate in Educational Leadership there. Sharon moved with her husband and four children from New Jersey to Israel out of a strong belief in the Bible, which conveys the centrality and sanctity of the land of Israel. It is an honor for her to work with the KCAC, which similarly looks at the Bible as a blueprint for how to garner legislative, economic and popular support for Israel.

Leo van Doesburg, Representative, Europe

Leo van Doesburg

Leo van Doesburg serves as the Representative for Europe for the Israel Allies Foundation. He is also the Director for European Affairs for the European Christian Political Movement (ECPM), a European political party committed to promoting Christian Democratic values. He graduated Commercial Economics and International Management Studies from Ichthus Higher Business Studies in Rotterdam, Faculty Economy, and Management, and worked in the business sector for several years before becoming involved in the political field. 

In 2011 he was awarded the Conscience and Freedom Award for diligently promoting religious freedoms in Europe and in 2013 he was awarded in the recognition for the fight against Roma discrimination in East Europe by the International Romani Union.