Leket Israel’s Board of Directors

Joseph is a graduate of Yeshiva University and Fordham University Law School. 

After making aliyah in 2000, he worked for three years as Director of International Sales & Development for a family software business. 

He founded Leket Israel  in 2003 after witnessing significant food wastage in Israel at a time of rising poverty.

Joseph’s vision and steady hand have led the organization from a simple, one-man operation to Israel’s largest food rescue organization.

He is married to Leelah, has five children and enjoys biking, traveling and spending time with his kids.

Ms. Diana Bogoslawsky is an economist with a wealth of knowledge and experience in agriculture and management. She worked as a representative at Mizrahi Bank in Argentina and later served as Director of the Economic Department in Brit Pikuach, the largest accounting firm that serves Kibbutzim.

Ms. Bogoslawsky is the former CEO of Zemach, a NIS 2 billion company in northern Israel, where she led the merger of “Zemach Regional Industries” and “Shaan Regional Industries.” She is also the former Chairperson of Yacham, Israel’s largest root vegetable producer, a cooperative company of Kibbutzim and Moshavim in the South as well as former Executive Director at Taavura Holdings.

A world-leading expert with over 40 years of experience in agricultural insurance & reinsurance. Former CEO of Israel’s Insurance Fund for Natural Risks in Agriculture (KANAT).

Mr. Avi Hochman was the CEO of ISS Israel, and served as President & CEO of Gaon Holdings Group LTD and as President & CEO of Israeli Postal Company Corp.

Avi also served as CFO of Netafim LTD., Executive Vice President & CFO, Netia Holding SA (NTIA) and Vice President & CFO of Bezeq, The Israeli Telecommunications Corp., there he was also acting CEO in 1997.

 

In her previous position in the IDF, Dorit, who holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel was the Commander of the Yigal Alon Center for Education (Mihve Alon). Throughout her service the majority of the positions she held were in the field of education, in different corps, mainly the Education Corps.

Dorit has management, training and leadership skills, the ability to run large and complex projects and to motivate and lead teams.  She has extensive and unique experience in working with populations with unique needs (such as new immigrants, minorities, intellectually handicapped and populations from low socio-economic backgrounds). She holds a MA in Management and Leadership in Education (Tel Aviv University, Executive Program for Principals), and a BA in Administration, Education Policy and Jewish history from Bar Ilan University.

Dorit is married with 4 children.

Mr. Asher Levy has been the Chief Executive Officer of Orbotech (Nasdaq ORBK) since January 2013.

Prior to this, for over 2 decades he served in various senior management positions at the company, including Executive Vice President for Business and Strategy, President of the Printed Circuit Board Division, and President of Orbotech Pacific Ltd during which time he was relocated to Hong Kong.

Before joining Orbotech, Mr. Levy worked for Digital Equipment Corporation.  Mr. Levy is a graduate of the advanced management program at Harvard Business School.  He holds an MBA from Tel Aviv University and a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering & Management from Ben-Gurion University in Israel.

Ms. Cheri Fox has served as the Executive Director of the Sam and Marilyn Fox Foundation for the past 32 years.  In addition to her philanthropic work with her family’s foundation, she is a past co-chair of the Jewish Funders Network, a founding board member of the Global Food Banking Network and sits on the board of Refanah: Healing Holidays.

Cheri is an active member of Leket Israel’s Board and has lived in Israel since 1979.

 

Mr. Stephen Provisor is a qualified CPA in the UK and Israel.  Since 2002, he has managed a multi family office in Israel.

Stephen is a member of the board of a number of private and public companies and is involved with a number of philanthropic organizations, some at the board level and some as a participating volunteer.

 

Dr. Kolodny was appointed CEO of the Keter Group, the world’s leading resin consumer goods company, in November 2016, after having served as CEO of the international activities of the Group since joining in 2013.  Between 1994 and 2013, Dr. Kolodny held various positions at McKinsey & Company, including as a director and senior partner from 2007 until 2013. Dr. Kolodny has also served on the Board of Directors of Sodastream since 2015. 

Dr. Kolodny received a B.A. in computer science from Harvard College and a Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience from the University of Cambridge.