My main areas of interest are macroeconomic policy, long-term strategy, innovation and investments. For the past two years I have worked as an economic consultant in the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office, as part of the National Economic Council. During my time there I worked on projects focusing on socio-economic strategy and human capital development. Prior to my work in the government I was a Research Assistant in the Hebrew University School of Public Policy, researching theoretical risk-analysis frameworks. Currently I am a partner in an investment company that completed seed investments in innovative technologies in the water industry.
I hold an undergraduate degree with honours in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. During my studies I was the Editor-in-chief of The PPE Journal.
Prior to my academic studies I have served for four years in an elite combat unit of the Israeli Defense Forces.