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Seth Davis

Seth Davis is the Executive Director of IsraAID (USA). He deployed to the Bahamas, Guatemala, Colombia, North Carolina, Florida in 2018 after hurricanes hit, and visited the devastation in Paradise CA and Puerto Rico, as well as the refugee crises in Greece and Germany. He moved as a child from New York and grew up in Ashkelon, the Southern coast of Israel. He completed three years as a combat soldier in a special forces unit. The first part of his career involved Global Business Development and Online Marketing positions, as well as the launch of a start up in Israel. Since 2006, Seth, has been very active in strategic planning and resource development and initiating community-based programs. Consisting of senior roles at: The Israel Tennis Centers Foundation, HaShomer HaChadash, Kenafayim and major involvement in the city of Ashkelon (Women in need, children at Risk, Higher education and The Barzilai hospital). In his last role, as the Vice President at The Center for Entrepreneurial Jewish Philanthropy, he worked on advising high net worth philanthropists and analyzing hundreds of Organizations.


Seth Davis brings the blend of the Israeli start up nation approach with an American born culture. Furthermore, he mixes a business background within the non-profit sector. Seth Davis has an MBA from Bar Ilan University, a B.A in Marketing & Finance at Baruch College and the Michlala Leminhal and a certificate in Public Diplomacy from Bar Ilan University and a Certificate in Philanthropic development from Boston University. Seth also was a guest lecturer at the Israel Export Institute, various global summits and at Jewish National Fund events. He has developed a methodology of getting projects executed, strategic planning with business like minded tools. He strongly believes that connecting the NEX Gen and professionals in the USA with their counterparts in Israel while doing good in the world is the ultimate solution for strengthening Israel.

Seth Davis profile - Seth Davis IsraAID.

"Connecting the Next-Gen is key to the future" - Seth Davis

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