The Zell Entrepreneurship Program administration facilitates and manages the rigorous venture creation program from the Summer Induction Program onward, offering administrative and academic support to the student teams throughout the program.
Adv. Liat Aaronson is the executive director of the Zell Program. She holds a BA in Political Economy of Industrial Societies (Economics and Political Science, cum laude) from the University of California, Berkeley, an LLB and MBA from Tel Aviv University, and an LLM in European Law from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands (cum laude). She has been a member of the Israel Bar Association since completing her internship at Kantor, Elhanani, Tal and Co. in 1999. She attained practical experience in M&A and venture capital as an associate attorney at Naschitz, Brandes and Co., a position she held until joining IDC Herzliya in 2005. She currently serves as a director of StartupSeeds, a youth technology entrepreneurship program. She was also the co-organizer of the first TEDx event in Israel, TEDxTelAviv, and the co-organizer of TEDxHolyland.
Dana Barda is the program coordinator of the Zell Entrepreneurship Program. In addition to general administrative duties, Dana acts as the interface between the students, faculty and business community.
Liraz Sharabani was in the seventh Zell class in 2008. She completed a BA in Business Administration. Liraz is the Project Manneger of the Zell Program
In addition Liraz working on developing her family's business, import cars accessories. Liraz also taking part in the MEET Program an Israeli-Palestinian education program founded by MIT.