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AICC Adds New Leaders to Israeli Advisory Board

The American-Israel Chamber of Commerce, Southeast Region (AICC) has added several new members to its Israeli Advisory Board.  This prestigious group of business and professional leaders in Israel provides important connections to the Chamber in Israel for finding partners and customers in the country as well as outreach to promising Israeli companies seeking assistance in the US market.

New members to the Israeli Advisory Board include Batami Sadan, CEO of VAICA Medical; Benny Zeevi, Managing Partner of DFJ Tel Aviv Venture Partners; Ester Levanon, CEO of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange; Gadi Graus, Partner in J. Zaltzman, Gilat, Knoller, Graus, Salomon & Co.; Gal Nir, CEO of Scopus Security Solutions; Gavriel Meron, Founder of Given Imaging and CEO of Niti Surgical; Imad Younis, CEO of Alpha Omega; Jeremy Ben-David, owner of JMB Davis Ben-David Patent Attorneys; Joel Sellam, CEO of Global Intelligent Logistics Services; Ori Sarid, owner of Synergo; Rafi Tomashaf, CEO of Programa; Abe Finkelstein, General Partner of Vintage Investment Partners; Sam Cohen, CEO of Elbit Vision Systems; Tamir Sagie, CEO of NeuroTech; Todd Dollinger, CEO of The Trendlines Group; Tony Miller, Director of Noteya Media; and Zeev Lavie, Deputy Director of the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce.  For a complete list of members of the Israeli Advisory Board, click here.

“We are honored to continue to attract such outstanding individuals to the Israeli leadership of our organization.  Their commitment strengthens our reputation in the country’s business community and with organizations and companies that wish to do business with the United States,” said AICC President Tom Glaser.

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