I was born in Haifa in 1990 as the youngest of three brothers.
As a teenager in high school I spent most of my time as a member of the Hebrew Scouts Youth Organization in “shevet Afik”.
First as a guide to 9-11 years old children, most of them came from non-well based houses, economically or socially, and later as a young leader in charge of all the guides and children (about 500) in “Afik” branch.This experience taught me some important values for life and the importance of a well socially function community that supports all of its members. Both of my parents got their PHD at the Technion and they were thrilled when I chose to study at the Electrical Engineering Faculty. I’ve started my studies a year and a half ago, after completing my 5 and a half years of service at the IDF. I served as a officer in one of the IDF’s elite intelligence units, my service was challenging, interesting and full with satisfaction. I learned a lot about myself from the experience of commanding other soldiers and officers, and proud of my achievements (which are classified), but I can say that one of the projects I was involved in won Israel Security Award.