Students 
Class of 2018

Amit Shemesh
Amit Shemesh is a third-year student in the joint program for Law and Business Administrationat Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. Amit participates in the Honors Law Program and is a Heseg Foundation scholar. Amit grew up in Hong Kong and spent a year in Tsing Hua University in Beijing studying Mandarin Chinese. In the IDF she served as an aerial defense instructor and received an excellence award for outstanding soldiers by the Commander in Chief of the Israeli Air Force. Amit currently volunteers in the Big Brother Foundation for lone soldiers.
Barbara Spizzichino
Barbara Spizzichino is a third-year Dean’s List student in the joint program for Business Administration and Economics at the Raphael Recanati International School at IDC Herzliya. Barbara was born and raised in Italy to an Italian father and a Belgian mother. Barbara has been exposed to multiculturalism from an early age and her childhood was characterized by frequent travelling. Barbara volunteered in the Sar-El IDF program, despite not making Aliya. In her second your of studies, Barbara participated in the StandWithUs club for public diplomacy at IDC. Previously, Barbara interned at Nano-Textile Ltd, a start-up which developed an Anti-Bacteria coating technology for Textiles.
Chananel Bejell
Chananel Bejell is a fourth-year student in the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya, with a merit based scholarship. In the IDF, Chananel served as combatant squad commander in the 202 Paratroopers Unit. Previously, Chananel participated in extra-curricular programs, including, IIP-International Consulting Program, Model UN and Shadow Cabinet. He currently volunteers at the Hillel on Campus Student Organization and at Derech Hagalim Hertzliya, tutoring youth-at-risk. Chananel spent a semester abroad studying at Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, pursuing studies of Intellectual Property, Real Estate, and Business Negotiations.
Chen Pozazy
Chen Pozazy is a third-year Dean’s List student in the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Chen served as a Captain in an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Unit and was recognized as the outstanding officer of the Israeli Artillery Corps. Previously, Chen worked in the Israeli Defense industry as a UAV instructor. Throughout his studies, Chen has been an ambassador at a social leadership program, funded by the Rothschild Foundation. He volunteered both as a mentor at the “Young Entrepreneurs” Program, and in the IDC Student Union. In the upcoming year, Chen will participate in the IDC Legal Clinic for Start-Ups.
Chen Shalem
Chen Shalem is a fourth-year Dean’s List student in the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya, majoring in Finance.  In the IDF, Chen served as a captain in numerous positions, including Commander of the Recruitment Center in the IT Corps, HR officer in the Combat Engineering Corps, and Commander in officers' course. During his studies, Chen participated in the Student Exchange program at Singapore Management University. Previously, Chen was a member of the “Street Law” clinic and the IDC debate club. Chen also volunteered in the program for “Law Students in the Tel Aviv Family Court" and in the Perach Tutorial Project.
Dan Ben Zvi
Dan Ben Zvi is a fourth-year student in the joint program for Law and Government at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya, majoring in Leadership and Politics. In the IDF, Dan was a captain in the Combat Engineering Corps. Dan performs diverse extra-curricular activities and has previously participated in the Rabin Leadership Program and the Legal Clinic for Youth and Gender. Dan was also a counselor for incoming law students at IDC during orientation week and a member of the Debate Team. Dan currently volunteers as a youth guide for the IDF Widows & Ophans Organization and as s a youth instructor at Kidum Noar in Tel-Aviv.
Danielle Gabay
Danielle Gabay is a third-year student in the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Danielle served for five years as a Captain in a Special Operations Unit in the Intelligence Corps and she received a certificate of appreciation for her excellent work. During the third year of her studies, Danielle participated in the IDC Legal Clinic for Start-Ups, an academic legal clinic that offers free of charge legal counseling and documentation for early stage startups. In the near future, Danielle will start her legal internship at Pearl Cohen Zedek Law Firm that specializes in intellectual property, commercial law and litigation.
Gal Acrich
Gal Acrich is a third-year Dean’s List student, in the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. Guy was raised in Silicon Valley, California and after completing high school, Gal made Aliya. In the IDF, she served in the Liaison Unit, combining diplomatic work together with operational communication, with foreign militaries and the United Nations. During her studies, Gal took part in the Entrepreneurship Club’s Start-Up Class at IDC, and in the upcoming year she will participate in the Youth Representation Clinic. Previously, Gal worked as a data analyst at a start-up, and is currently working as an investment manager at a private family office.
Gal Kalinsky
Gal Kalinsky is a third-year student in the joint program for Law and Government at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzilya. In the IDF, Gal served as a fighter and paramedic in the Special Unit in the Israeli Air Force, whilst also serving in the Ministry of Defense in India. During the first year of his studies at IDC, Gal was on the Dean’s List for Academic Excellence.  Gal is currently a Counselor Coordinator in the Rephael Recanati International School at IDC and volunteers as a legal analyst for MK Aliza Lavie. In the upcoming year, Gal will participate in IDC's Legal Clinic for Start-Ups. 
Guy Amit
Guy Amit is a third-year student in the joint LL.B and M.A in Financial Economics Program at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya and is also a participant in the Honors Law program.  In addition, Guy has also completed  a B.A. in general studies from Haifa University. In the IDF, Guy served as a naval operational navigation officer in a submarine as well as an officer in the Navy Headquarters. During his second year studies, Guy worked in Tel-Aviv District Court, in the office of Justice I.Shneler, Vice President for Civil Law. Guy volunteered in a Shnat Sherut in "Neve Hannah" Boarding School and also volunteered in the Israeli Gay Youth organization.
Hadar Stein
Hadar Stein is a fourth-year student in the Law and Psychology Program at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. As part of her national service, Hadar worked at Retorno, a drug-rehab center for youth. During the third year of her studies, Hadar participated in the Legal Clinic for Representation of Children and Youth, where she set up a new center for her home town in Beit Shemesh. Hadar is also a member of the Gender Equality Movement at IDC, addressing gender issues both on and off campus.   
Katia Litvak
Katia Litvak is a third-year student in the special LL.B. program for outstanding students holding previous degrees at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. Katia also holds a B.A in History from the University of London. During the first year of her studies at IDC, Katia was on the Dean's List for Academic Excellence.  Katia also participated in the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic. Katia was born in Russia and grew up in London, where she attended an International Boarding School. Previously, Katia interned in the Political department at the Embassy of Israel in London. She currently works in the Office of the Deputy Attorney General (International Law) at the Ministry of Justice. Katia speaks Russian, Hebrew, English and Spanish.
Nevo Brand
Nevo Brand is a third-year student in the Honors Track at Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at IDC Herzliya. During his first year of studies, Nevo was on the Dean's List for Academic Excellence. In the IDF, Nevo served as a captain in a Paratrooper’s Unit.  Previously, Nevo was the head of the content team at MICS – Media in Conflicts Seminar, which aims to improve conflict media coverage. Nevo is currently working as an anti-fraud analyst in Global-e, analyzing financial data and open sources dealing with transactions suspected in having a connection to fraudulent activity.
On Dvori
On Dvori is a third-year student in the joint program for Law and M.A in Financial Economics at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. On also participates in the Honors Law Program.  In the IDF, On served as an Officer and became a boot camp company commander. In the upcoming academic year, On will be a counselor in the IDC Orientation week, he will take part in the Capital Market Legal Clinic, and will participate in the IDC Law Review. During his first two years of studies at IDC, On volunteered as a class representative and as a treasurer at “Coffee for Shekel” project in the IDC Student Union.
Ofek Sinai
Ofek Sinai is a third-year student in the joint program for Law and Government at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzilya, majoring in governance and leadership. In the IDF, Ofek served for five years as a Combat Officer in the Paratroopers Brigade, attaining the rank of a Captain. At IDC, Ofek participated in the start-up class program in the Entrepreneurship Club, as well as 'The Freedom of Information Law' legal practicum. During the first year of his studies at IDC, Ofek was on the Dean’s List for Academic Excellence. Ofek volunteers as a school teacher at Bishvil program, which encourages youth to engage in community service. Ofek currently works as a legal assistant for a law firm that specializes in commercial litigation.
Ophir Samuelov
Ophir Samuelov is a fourth-year Dean’s List student in the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Ophir served in the Elite Technology Unit 8200. During the third year of his studies at IDC, Ophir participated in the Legal Clinic for Start-Ups where he provided legal counseling and drafting for pre-seed stage ventures. In the past year, Ophir has also been researching equity crowdfunding and its positive effects on emerging start-ups. Ophir is currently working at Meitar Law Firm in the corporate department, where he will be interning in the near future.
Roee Furman
Roee Furman is a third- year student in the Honors Track at Lauder School of Government at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Roee was a Captain and served as a personal intelligence assistant to the head of the strategic planning directorate. Roee also served as an intelligence officer in a Special Operations Unit in the Intelligence Corps, and was the head of a research department that performed intelligence analyses and special operations. He received a number of certificates of excellence during his military service. Roee is currently working as a strategy and intelligence specialist at Maisha Consulting Group. Roee also volunteers as a CO-Founder of Wize Herzliya Branch.
Shira Lifshitz
Shira Lifshitz is a fourth-year Dean’s List student in the joint program for Law and Governement at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Shira served as an infantry officer that specialized in mortars in the Israeli Ground Forces. At IDC, Shira has participated in the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic and worked as a tutor in the Olim L’emishpatim program for new Olim studying law. Previously, Shira worked as a Paralegal at a law firm specializing in criminal law and white collar crimes. Shira currently works as a research assistant in the Law and Home Land Security fields at the INSS Institute.
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Yarden Navry is a third-year student in the joint Law and Business Administration at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. Yarden participates in the Honors Law program and has been on the Dean's List for Academic Excellence. In the IDF, Yarden served in the Navy Spokesperson Unit. Yarden volunteers at Lagaat Bakelev organization at Ra'anana's dog shelter, and also tutors students with learning disabilities at IDC's Connecting Law Program. In the upcoming academic year, Yarden will participate in the Criminal Representation for the Mentally Impaired Legal Clinic
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Yarden Weber is a third-year student in the honors program of LL. B in Law and M.A in Financial Economics at Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Yarden served as an intelligence instructor and crew sergeant in the field of Intelligence Corps. During her second year at IDC, she participated in the Business Makeover program which is part of the Entrepreneurship Club. Previously, Yarden volunteered at the Family Court Program, where she gained experience in legal writing whilst assisting those in need. She also volunteered as a private tutor at the Connecting Law program. In the upcoming year, Yarden will participate in the Criminal Defense for the Mentally Impaired Legal Clinic.
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Zoe Corin is a third-year student in the joint program for Business Administration and Economics at the Raphael Recanati International School at IDC Herzliya. Throughout her studies, Zoe has consecutively been on the Dean’s List for outstanding scholastic distinction. Zoe lived in London until the age of 15, when she moved to Israel to conclude her schooling. Previously, she completed two years of Sherut Leumi in the organizations Kav L’Chaim and Yachad Israel, working with adults and children with severe disabilities. She finished her first year of service by organizing a trip to London and raising the necessary funding for the children. More recently Zoe was the class representative in the Student Union and completed internships in both PR and Advertising agency’s in London.