WE ARE TAMID

Experiential learning through business in Israel

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The TAMID Group is a nonprofit organization that develops the professional skills of undergraduate students through hands-on interaction with the Israeli economy. TAMID integrates the next generation of entrepreneurs and business professionals with Israel through a comprehensive education curriculum, pro-bono consulting for Israeli startups, capital market investment research, and a summer internship program in Israel. TAMID has no political or religious affiliations.
TAMID Consulting provides pro-bono consulting for the most exciting and innovative companies coming out of Israel. TAMID members engage in projects during the academic year that build skills in market research, competitive analysis, US market entry strategy, beta testing/product development and design, and more. The TAMID Fund leverages a partnership with Seeking Alpha to develop strong equity research skills while the chapters compete in a national simulated fund competition.
TAMID is currently on 29 campuses around the United States and Israel and is rapidly expanding.

Ari Krasner

Co-President

A passionate young entrepreneur, public speaker, and innovator, Ari enjoys thinking outside of the box, solving problems in creative ways to make the world a better place to live in. Through organizing events, fostering collaboration among intellectuals and business leaders, and participating in dialogue regarding the technological innovation and business aspects of multifaceted, international relationships, Ari has found business to be the answer for peace across the world. He has worked with several successful startups, and enjoys creating companies with his friends. In his free time, Ari enjoys surfing, skateboarding, singing, and reading tech blogs. He is currently pursuing a B.S. in International Affairs at GW.

Logan Miller

Co-President

Born and raised in Queens, New York, Logan is a junior in the George Washington University School of Business majoring in International Business and Business Economics & Public Policy. He spent the past summer working for UBS in private wealth management with the Matta-Fiegoli team in New York City. Having traveled to over a dozen countries and thirty states, Logan's come to understand and appreciate the various cultures that comprise our planet. Through these experiences Logan's taken his interests in business and politics from a domestic to international spectrum and plans on using his degree to contribute to human progression on a socioeconomic platform.

Hannah Finkel

VP of Operations

Originally from Massachusetts, Hannah is Israel’s fiercest advocate. She is passionate about international business, and Israeli StartUps. In her free time, Hannah enjoys skating and traveling. Along with her involvement with TAMID, Hannah plays on the Club Lacrosse Team, and is involved with GW for Israel. Before attending GW Hannah spent a gap year in Israel studying, traveling and volunteering. Hannah is currently pursuing an B.S. from the GW’s Columbian College.

Liran Cohen

VP of Marketing & Technology

An Israeli by nature, Liran is a freelance web architect, mobile app developer, entrepreneur, and tech enthusiast. He is the CEO of Nifty LLC, a company dedicated to finding solutions to the world’s tech problems through beautiful and simple applications. In his free time, Liran enjoys hanging out with friends, planning out business ideas with Ari, spending time with family, and chilling on the beach in Tel Aviv.

Daniel Cohen

VP of Finance

A dedicated and disciplined worker, Daniel strives to continuously learn and challenge himself so that he may become a more well-rounded professional. He constantly works in a fast paced environment by interning at a law firm, taking 6 classes, commuting, having a social life, and becoming a board member of TAMID. Daniel is a Sophomore at The George Washington University school of business majoring in Accounting with a concentration in Finance. In his free time, he enjoys playing in football leagues, swimming, and reading books about the psychology behind the holocaust.

Alexander Shein

VP of Consulting

Studying Finance and International Business, Alexander strives to make TAMID at GW as practical as possible. Having lived in Philadelphia PA, Charlotte NC, Houston TX, and Austin TX, he is excited for the opportunity to be back on the East Coast and hopes to end up working on the West Coast or Europe. He interned at a tech start-up in Austin in the summer of 2015, where he quickly grew very interested in tech startup industry, and hopes to bring that passion to the TAMID at GW Consulting division. Random hobbies include Astronomy, kayaking, and urban spalunking

Max Friedman

Junior Advisor

Max Friedman is a junior studying computer science and finance at GW. He’s extremely passionate about startup companies, and launched his own in the Fall of 2015. As the cofounder and president of the GW Startups Club and a student leader of the How to Start a Startup Lectures, Max is very engaged with entrepreneurship on campus. In his free time he enjoys building mobile apps, watching sports, and hanging out with friends.

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