Executive Committee

Executive Committee

Adi Vigodsky-Chairman of the Executive Board
CEO of the Israel Branch of the UBS Bank. He holds an MBA from Ben Gurion University and has 15 years of experience in the capital market. Previously, he managed a brokerage department and also has experience in the field of financial safety. 


Dr. Koby Gutterman  
Researcher and Educator, Head of the Center for the Development and Training of School Principals, Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology & the Arts, Israel. As a consultant he supported the work of the Israeli Minister of Education. Koby Gutterman is involved in the education of Children and Youth by working with the „Israel Center for Educational Innovation”  (ICEI).

Dr. Miriam Rosman
She is the executive of Foreign Affairs at the Academic College in Beit Berl. Previously, she held a position at the Israeli Embassy in Paris. She completed a Doctorate of Philosophy with a degree in “International Relationships” and “Modern History” from the Sorbonne University in Paris.

Dr. Ori Katzin 
Ori Katzin carries out researches and evaluates educational, social and welfare programs, she founded the Institute for Evaluation “Amot Mida”. She received her doctorate of philosophy from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Furthermore, she has a degree in social work and social care.

Dr. Avi Assor 
Dr. Assor is a professor in the Department of Education at Ben-Gurion University and a researcher in the field of humanity. He has published a variety of studies and articles, guides academic work, and is a recipient of numerous research grants. Despite being a prominent researcher he still works with a bottom up perspective: In the 1990s he founded “the motivation group”, a reform program in which researchers intervene in schools in order to stimulate autonomous motivation among administrators, teachers and students.

Stella Karayoff 
CEO of the Israeli branch of research firm “TNS TeleSeeker”. Former director of marketing communications research and strategy at “Tnuva” and director of research at Channel 10.

Chen Arieli 
Chen Arieli is the Co-Chair of the Israel National LGBT Task Force, a nonprofit organization representing the LGBT community in Israel. For the past 20 years Chen has been a social activist in the field of feminism and human rights while being and a spokesperson for healthy Body image and women empowerment.

Shlomi Ben-Porat 
For the last three years, Shlomi has served as the Director of the Department of Intel’s IT infrastructure in Europe and Israel. He also has over 10 years of experience in managing various departments of the organization’s IT Intel. Shlomi has been an Intel employee for over 20 years. He holds a B.A. in Industrial Engineering/Information Systems from Ben Gurion University and an MBA from the College of Management in Tel Aviv.

Gil’ad Gamrov-ShakedFounder
Gil’ad was born in 1961 in Kibbutz HaMa’apil and was raised there. He served in the army during the Lebanon war (1982) and studied Jewish philosophy at Hebrew University. Gil’ad has a degree in economics and management. He worked as a political consultant in Israeli politics for 10 years. Gil’ad also has a trading company in Russia, where he lived from 2003 to 2008. He currently lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden.

Audit Committee

Tomer Shani
Tomer holds a B.A. in Law from Cambridge University in Britain and received his LL.M degree from Duke University in the United States. Tomer is a partner in the Corporate and Securities Group at the Meitar Liquornik Geva Leshem Tal international law firm. He represents private and public technology companies, venture capital funds and individual entrepreneurs in a variety of business transactions including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital investments, private debt and equity, strategic investments, joint ventures, strategic partnerships, technology licensing and distribution and marketing. Tomer also provides business advice to domestic and international clients. Before joining Meitar, Tomer was an associate in the M&A/Private Equity Group of Gotshal & Manges LLP in New York. As part of his pro bono work, he represented asylum seekers from Tibet persecuted in their country because of their political views. Tomer lives in Tel Aviv and is active in several charities.