Class of 2020

​Ben Segal is a graduate of the joint Law and MBA Program at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Ben served as a combat soldier in the Nachal Unit. During the first year of his studies at IDC, Ben completed the Co-Op Startup Internship at CoachAI, as well as a legal internship at PwC in Berlin. Ben currently works at Jolt, a start-up that provides a practical, innovative alternative for business administration studies. He also volunteers as a resource development manager at “Adopt a Saba”, an NGO that aims to reduce loneliness amongst the elderly. In the upcoming academic year, Ben will take part in the Legal Clinc for Start-Ups.
Daniel Habas is a graduate of the joint Law and MBA Program at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Daniel served as a combat officer in the Search and Rescue Unit and received two certificates of excellence. During his studies at IDC, Daniel volunteered at the Tel Aviv District Court, he took part in the Capital Market Investments Club and was in the IDC’s Social Legislation Clinic. Currently, Daniel is an active member in Birthright Israel Excel and volunteers at the IDC Student Union. In the upcoming academic year, Daniel will participate at the Tel Aviv District Attorney’s Office for Taxation and Financial Crime practicum
Dina Walker is a Dean’s List graduate of the Sammy Ofer School of Communications at IDC Herzliya, specializing in Interactive Communications. Before her military service, Dina was in the Ein Prat academy for leadership in a pre-army year-long program. In the IDF, Dina served as a soldier in various intelligence departments and as a department project manager in the 8200 unit. During her studies at IDC, Dina was a research assistant in the Research Center for Internet Psychology. Currently, Dina is a project manager at the Media Innovation Lab, directing a research on a robot for older adults and she also has a weekly radio show on the IDC radio station.
Duna Ecija Cousens is a Dean’s List graduate of the joint program for Sustainability and Government at the Raphael Recanati International School at IDC Herzliya. Duna grew up in Madrid, and moved to Israel after graduating high school to pursue her studies at IDC. During her studies at IDC, Duna participated in various extra-curricular programs, including the Greenbiz Club, the Ambassador’s Club, Project Ohr and IDC’s delegation to Poland. In her spare time Duna volunteers in environmental initiatives conducted by Greenpeace and Ecologists in Action.
Gal Sharon is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya, majoring in finance. He also participates in the Honors Law Program. In the IDF, Gal served as an active athlete playing professional basketball at the Bnei Herzliya team for the first division league of Israel. Gal was also a member of the expanded national youth team of Israel. During his studies at IDC, Gal participated in the Shadow Government Program. In the upcoming academic year, Gal will take part in the Municipal Law Clinic.
Gedaliah Freund is a graduate of the joint Law and MBA Program at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Gedaliah served as a commander and sniper in an elite combat unit. During his studies at IDC, Gedaliah took part in the StandWithUs Fellowship Program and interned at the “Abba Eban” Institute for public diplomacy. He is currently working as a legal assistant in the risk management department of Petroleum & Energy Infrastructures Ltd. In the upcoming academic year, Gedaliah will participate in IDC’s Capital Market Clinic, researching Gal Sharon is a third-year student in and promoting new policies.
Mai Weinshtock is a graduate of the joint Law and MBA Program at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Mai served as an assistant supervisor at the Israeli Air Force Ground Control Unit. During her studies at IDC, Mai has taken part in various programs including Law Students in Service to the Community, providing legal assistance in the Magistrate’s court, Taglit Birthright Excel, IDC Fintech Club and IDC Legal Clinic for Start-Ups; which offers free legal advice, counseling and drafting documents for early stage Start- Ups. In the upcoming academic year, Mai will continue to participate as a coordinator of the Legal Clinic for Start-Ups.
Natalie Samson is a Dean’s List Law graduate of Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya, in a special graduate program for students with distinction in undergraduate degrees. Natalie also has a B.A. in Communications from the Raphael Recanati International School at IDC Herzliya. During her second year of studies at IDC, she became a school counselor for the International School. Natalie was born in London and after making Aliyah, she went on to serve as an international communications and spokesperson in the Medical Corps in the IDF. In the upcoming academic year, Natalie will participate in the Anti-Hate Legal Clinic, named after the Late Shira Banki.
Neta Kazaz is a Dean’s List graduate of the joint program for Law and M.A. in Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. Neta also participates in the Honors Law Program. In the IDF, Neta served as a team commander in the elite 8200 unit. During her studies at IDC, she participated in the Shira Banki Anti Hate Clinic and completed a legal internship at PwC in Berlin. In the upcoming academic year, Neta will participate in the Taxation and Economics Practicum at the Tel-Aviv District Attorney’s Office.
Noam Goldberg is a graduate of the Business Administration Program at Arison School of Business at IDC Herzliya. Noam was born in New York and moved to Israel at the age of 20. During his first year of studies at IDC, Noam worked as a journalist for NoCamels.com, an innovative news website in Herzliya, where he researched and interviewed tech industry leaders on new developments and published articles online. Previously, Noam worked as a business development intern for the computer vision tech startup Onysus and currently he works for Dryve, a New York based digital marketing firm.
Omer Kalo is a Dean’s List graduate of the joint Law and MBA Program at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. Omer also participates in the Honors Law Program. In the IDF, Omer served for five years as a team commander in the “Egoz” special forces unit. During his studies at IDC, Omer volunteered in the Student Union as a class representative and worked as a regional manager in “Acharai”, a nonprofit organization. Omer was also responsible for the pre-military training of six boarding schools and has also participated in the Legal Clinic for Start-Ups. In addition, Omer led Israel’s delegation to Peru on behalf of “ISRAEL-is”; an initiative strengthening Israel’s image through young Israelis. Currently, Omer works at Spigelman, Koren, Zamir & Co Law Firm, dealing with white collar and criminal offenses.
Or Baran is a graduate of the joint Law and MBA Program at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Or served as an officer in the combat-technological unit Arrow in the Air-Force. Throughout the seven years he served in the IDF, he held a variety of positions including deputy battery commander and commander of the officer’scourse. Previously, Or worked as a software tester at Elbit Systems and he currently works as a support and customer service representative at Zerto, a software company. During the second year of his studies at IDC, Or was a mentor for new students in their orientation week and has been running the PULSE program for new technologies in the field of digital health at IEC. In the upcoming academic year, Or will serve as the head of administration at the Student Union.
Ori is a Dean’s List graduate of the joint program for Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Ori served for three years as an officer in a Counter-Terrorism Unit and an additional two years as a lieutenant commander. Currently, Ori is a counselor coordinator in the Raphael Recanati International School at IDC and he works at the Prime Minister’s office as an agent in a field unit. In the upcoming academic year, Ori will participate in IDC’s Capital Market Clinic.
Talya Ohana is a graduate of the Lauder School of Government Diplomacy and Strategy at the Raphael Recanati International School at IDC Herzliya. Talya grew up in Los Angeles and came to Israel to begin her studies at IDC. In her first two years of studies, Talya participated in the Raphael Recanati International School Debate Society and was also Vice President at the Executive Board. She has competed in international competitions such as the European Debate Championships in Novi Sad, Serbia and the Budapest Open. She also participated in IDC’s International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic. Furthermore, Talya has volunteered in “Etta Israel” and “Camp Chesed”, assisting children and adults with special needs. Talya has been involved in the Student Union as a class representative and as head of the academic forum.
Vidhura Malkowsky is a graduate of the Sammy Ofer School of Communications at IDC Herzliya, specializing in Interactive Communications. Vidhura was born in Germany and made Aliyah to Israel in 2013. Shortly after her immigration, she participated in a pre-army program Mechinat Olim L’Tavor and proceeded to draft to the IDF, where she served as a drill sergeant in the Airforce. During her studies at IDC, Vidhura volunteered as a counselor in the Herzliya Conference and in the social media department of “Surf Life Saving Israel”. She also volunteered in Matav, a welfare aid organization for the elders. Vidhura had the opportunity to participate in IDC’s UX Hackathon where her team won third place.