Miki Nevo, a social entrepreneur, directs the Mandel Program for Youth Leadership. He has more than twenty years' experience in founding and managing social and educational organizations. He was principal of the Misgav secondary school, and founded and directed the Israel Venture Network’s educational activities in Israel’s northern social periphery. He founded the Ma’ase Center, which promotes socioeconomic mobility by providing volunteering frameworks for young adults, most of whom are from Israel’s social periphery, and directed the Center for nine years. In recognition of his work with Ma’ase, Miki was awarded the Sderot Conference for Society’s Prize for Excellence in Social Affairs, the Speaker of the Knesset’s Quality of Life Prize, and an honorary doctorate from Tel Aviv University. Subsequently, Miki served as senior assistant director for research, development, and entrepreneurship at the Rashi Foundation. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a master’s degree in neurobiology, both from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Miki is a graduate of Cohort 4 of the Mandel School for Educational Leadership.
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