Rotem Yosef is the Vice President of Strategic Development for Nevet. Yosef has a degree in law and a bachelor’s degree in government, diplomacy and strategy from IDC Herzliya. Before joining Nevet, she worked in the Knesset legal department for the labor, welfare and health committee, and founded a volunteer organization called “The Third Generation for the Golden Age,” aimed at teaching computer skills to senior citizens.
By Rotem Yosef
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