​Students
Class of 2022



Abbie Bross is a third-year Dean’s List Communications student at the Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University, specializing in Interactive Communications. Abbie grew up in Mexico city and moved to Israel at the age of 18. During her studies at Reichman University, Abbie has taken part in the RRIS Debate Society and IDChina where she is part of the organizing committee. In the past, Abbie has volunteered with CADENA where she helped organize an international competition that promotes innovation in elementary school children. Abbie is an alumnus of Hanoar Hatzioni, an international youth movement, where she was a counselor for two years in which she managed other counselors. 

Amit Katz is a second-year student in the joint Law and MBA program at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. Amit grew up in Tenafly, New Jersey and after graduating from high school, she decided to make Aliyah. In the IDF, Amit served in the Air Force as a “pakmatzit”, operation room worker at the UAV School. During her studies at Reichman University, Amit has been a volunteer at the Law for Community program, where she assists attendees of the court of Tel-Aviv in writing legal documents and requests. In addition, in the previous summer, Amit participated in the CO-OP Startup Experience Program and had the opportunity to work with the company Mobisoft.
Ariel Shelowitz is a third-year Law and Government student at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. Ariel grew up in New York and moved to Israel at the age of 14. In the IDF, Ariel was a communications officer where she served in the elite unit of ‘Maglan’, the Paratroopers Brigade and the C4I and Cyber Defense Directorate. During her studies at Reichman University, Ariel participated in the Legal Clinic for Individual and Community Assistance and is a Coordinator at the Raphael Recanati International School. In addition, Ariel volunteers on a weekly basis, by visiting and distributing food packages to holocaust survivors. 
Corrina Reiners is a third-year Sustainability and Government student at the Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University. Corrina grew up in Boca Raton, Florida, until at the age of 17 she was accepted into the NALE program, which brings worldwide Jewish children to study and complete high school in Israel. Shortly after the NALE program, she made Aliya and in the IDF, she served in Foreign Relations and the Planning Unit. Corrina’s perseverance and motivation throughout her basic training was awarded the “Hayelet Samelet”. During her studies at Reichman University, Corrina has been the class representative for her track. Corrina volunteers at the Yitzchak Navon elementary school where she teaches children about sustainability and sustainable living. Currently, she works part-time as a child practitioner at a daycare and she inters for “Pexapark”, a startup company in the renewable energy industry.
Dor Levinson is a third-year Dean’s List student in the joint Law and M.A. Program in Law, Technology and Business Innovation at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. During his studies at Reichman University, he has been working as a pre-intern at Dan-Hay & Co. Law Firm. Dor volunteers as a tutor at the Olim Lemishpatim Program and takes part in the Reichman University swim team. Last year, Dor participated in the Reichman University Legal Clinic for Start-Ups, which offers free legal advice, counseling and drafting documents for early stage start-ups.

Guy Halevi is a second-year student in the joint Law and MBA program at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. Guy also participates in the Law Honors Program. After graduating from high school, Guy chose to postpone his military service and took part in a “Shnat Sherut”, gap year, in London, where he volunteered as a delegate of the Jewish Agency in different Jewish and Israeli organizations. In the IDF, Guy served as a commander and sergeant in the “Oketz” unit, which specializes in K9 handling. In the upcoming academic year, Guy will take part in the Shira Banki Anti Hate Clinic.

Hila Tavdi is a third-year student at the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at Reichman University. 
In the IDF, Hila served in the Cyber Defense Division. During her studies at Reichman University, Hila took part at the Government Internship Program as an intern at UNICEF Israel and she participated in the Women Entrepreneurship Program. Currently, Hila is in the  Debate Society, through which she competed this year at both World and European Universities Debating Championship. 
During high school, Hila volunteered as a Medical Clown . Presently, Hila is working as an Information Security Analyst at Intel Corp.
Jacob Freund is a third-year student in the Business Administration and Entrepreneurship Program, at the Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University, specializing in finance and focusing his entrepreneurship degree on biotechnology. In the IDF, Jacob served as a commander and sergeant in the reconnaissance combat unit “Orev Nachal”. During his studies at Reichman University, Jacob took part in many extracurricular programs including The StandWithUs fellowship, Sportech, and Bloom, where he eventually became a manager of the program. Previously, Jacob worked at “Ciitech” as a research and development intern exploring the cannabis industry. Currently, Jacob works as a risk management consultant at KPMG and in his free time he volunteers as a digital media supervisor at “Shavei Israel” organization.
Joe Kanner is a third-year student in the Business Administration Program at the Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University, specializing in finance and entrepreneurship. Joe was born and raised in New York City, until he made Aliya at the age of 18. In the IDF, he served as a commander in the Nahal Brigade. Throughout his studies at Reichman University, Joe volunteered at JLIC,  where he planned, promoted and organized Shabbat events for students. Currently, Joe is working at Hanaco Ventures, one of Israel’s leading venture capital funds. He works closely with the fund’s investment team and general partners on due diligence, dealflow, and fundraising. Joe is also the founder of Tamid VC at Reichman University, a club which focuses on Israel’s tech and venture capital ecosystem.
Lahav (Siada) Sade is a third-year student in the joint program for Sustainability and Government at the School of Sustainability at Reichman University.
In the IDF, he served as a first lieutenant and a combat officer in the Armored Corps.
During his studies at Reichman University, he participated in the Entrepreneurship Club as a professional director.
He also founded the pre-accelerator project MomentumSeeds, which bridges teams with a venture to Momentum accelerator.
In the past year, Lahav has taken part in GITA Fellowship Program for training consultants in the impact and sustainability fields.
Lahav is currently working for IMed, a medical innovation and entrepreneurship center.
Michal Azogui is a third-year Dean’s List student in the joint program for Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. In the IDF, Michal served as an officer in the Military Police. Previously, Michal was a delegate of the Jewish Agency both in Israel and abroad. During her studies at Reichman University, Michal was a counselor at the Raphael Recanati International School. Currently, Michal is a producer of her own podcast at Reichman University’s radio station focusing on Olim Chadashim, new immigrants, and their Aliya experience in Israel. Michal is also working in the cyber department of the State Attorney’s office. 
Noah Marks is a third-year Business Administration and Entrepreneurship student at the Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University, specializing in corporate finance, web design and data science. Noah was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and at the age of 19, Noah moved to Israel to pursue his academic career where he has participated in the Reichman University Entrepreneurship Club as well as being a delegate at Reichman University Model United Nations. In South Africa, Noah was a Bnei Akiva madrich and in Israel, he has been volunteering for the Reichman University marketing department. During his studies at Reichman University, Noah and his team received funding for winning a cross-vertical pitch for his GreenTech startup concept at the Adelson School of Entrepreneurship. In the upcoming academic year, Noah will be part of the student union as class representative for his academic track. 


Rebecca Shteinman is a third-year student in the joint Computer Science and Entrepreneurship program at Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University. Rebecca grew up in Sydney, Australia and graduated as Valedictorian and Class President in 2016. Prior to moving to Israel, She was a founding COO of a successful Legal-Tech Startup at age 20. During her studies at Reichman University, she participated in the Ohr Israel Advocacy Club and the RRIS Debating Team, going on to win Best Speaker at the 2020 Euros Championship. Rebecca and her team were also awarded first place in the RRIS Cross-Vertical Competition. Rebecca is currently an intern at a data start-up in Tel-Aviv and volunteers at a home for lone soldiers. 



Tamar Nitzan is a third-year student in the joint Entrepreneurship and Business Administration program at the Adelson Entrepreneurship School at Reichman University. 
In the IDF, Tamar served as an officers coordinator at the GHQ, receiving a commendation for her outstanding contribution. Tamar travelled the world and spent extended periods of time in remote places working in local tourism and agriculture. During her time at Reichman University, she has volunteered as an astrophysics lecturer with Nobel Laureates. In addition, Tamar is a producer at Reichman University Radio and a member of the Reichman University Debate Society. Tamar also works at a young technology start-up, while independently producing her debut album as a singer-songwriter. 
Tomer Shpiler is a third-year Dean’s List student in the joint Law and M.A. Program in Law, Technology and Business Innovation at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. In the IDF, Tomer served as a tactical driving instructor and commander. Tomer also received a Certificate of Excellence in Special Forces Basic Training and took part in the foundation of the Emergency Mobilization Unit of the Golani Brigade. During his time at Reichman University, Tomer worked in the Tel Aviv District Attorney’s Office as part of the Criminal Division Practicum. Currently, Tomer works in the field of predictive analytics for businesses at Pecan.AI, a startup that develops a novel machine learning predictive analytics platform.