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36 Minutes LIVE: A Forecast on the Upcoming Israeli Elections 2015 and Potential Implications the Day After

Join us for a videoconference with Nadav Tamir, Wexner Israel Fellowship Alum and former Consul-General of Israel to New England (see bio below)

February 12th at 12 pm EDT

A Forecast on the Upcoming Israeli Elections 2015 and Potential Implications the day After 

which will begin with 18 minutes of concentrated teaching and then allow for up to 18 minutes of questions and discussion.

Click here to RSVP and receive "dial-in" instructions.

Nadav Tamir is currently director of international policy and government affairs at Peres & Associates Global Advisory LTD. He has held several prominent positions in the Israeli government, such as Senior Policy Adviser to the President of Israel during the last 3 years of the presidency of Shimon Peres and Consul General of Israel to New England in Boston, MA. Since joining the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1993, he has had the privilege to serve as a policy assistant under Ehud Barak, and David Levy as well. In 2003, Nadav was chosen as a Wexner Israel Fellow and earned his Master’s in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in 2004. Prior to joining the Ministry, he served as a security officer at the Residence of the President of the State of Israel, while simultaneously earning his B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, from which he graduated Magna Cum Laude.  He was born and raised on Kibbutz Manara in northern Israel.  His career in public service began in 1980 while serving in the IDF, where he eventually served as a company commander and retired with the rank of Major. He is married to Dr. Ronit Tamir and is the father of Maya, Ido, and Naama.

Tech and RSVP Information
We will be using a new technology called Zoom, which is similar to Skype and Google Hangout. Zoom allows for up to 100 people to participate and is free to use.  You will need to be at a computer, tablet, or smartphone with internet, camera, mic, and speakers to participate fully. If you don't have a camera or mic at your computer, you can still "zoom in" - as long as you have internet and speakers you will be able to listen in, just like a conference call or you can dial in from a phone.  As registration is limited to 100 participants, please email Aliza Storchan to secure your spot.