Sherry Coutu

Serial entrepreneur and angel investor

Stelleo Tolda

Vice President and COO for Mercado Libre

Talat Imran

Managing Director at InCube Ventures

Thomaz Srougi

Founder and CEO of dr.consulta

Veronica Serra

Founding Partner, Pacific Investimentos and Innova Capital

Vinod Khosla

Founder of Khosla Ventures

Vivek Garipalli

Co-founder and CEO of Clover Health

Yuli Tamir

Israel former Minister of Education, adjunct professor Oxford University Blavatnik School, President of the Shenkar College

Yuli Tamir

Israel former Minister of Education, adjunct professor Oxford University Blavatnik School, President of the Shenkar College

Professor Yael (Yuli) Tamir is the President of Shenkar College and an adjunct professor at the Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford. She served as Israel's Minister of Immigration (1999-2001) and as a Minister of Education (2006-2009), as well as the deputy speaker of the Knesset and a member of the Finance committee, the Education committee and the Security and Foreign Affairs committee.

Tamir received her BA and MA from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (Cum Laude), and her Ph.D. in political philosophy from Oxford University where she wrote her thesis under the supervision of Sir Isaiah Berlin. She was a professor at Tel-Aviv University and a scholar-in-residence at Princeton, Harvard, the European University in Florence, the Central European University in Budapest, NYU and Penn.  

Professor Tamir received many academic awards including: the Gal Ed Prize for original work in the social sciences, the Balliol College Domus Scholarship, the Moses Montefiore Scholarship, the Alon Fellowship, the Laurence S. Rockefeller Fellowship and the Fulbright Fellowship, as well as research fellowships at the Center for in Ethics and the Professions, Harvard University and the Centre for Human Values, Princeton University.

Tamir is the author of Liberal-Nationalism (Princeton University Press), as well as numerous articles in the fields of moral and political philosophy, philosophy of education, feminism and human rights. She is the editor of Democratic Education in a Multicultural State (Blackwell) and, with Professor Macedo, Moral and Political Education (New York University Press). Her new book the Why Nationalism, has been recently published by Princeton University Press.  

Professor Tamir is a founding member of the Israeli peace movement "Peace Now" and served as the chairperson of the Association of Civil Rights in Israel.

 
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