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College for All's Vision and Current Events in Israel
AGG Seminars & Webinars
April 12, 2010
Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
171 17th Street NW Suite 2100
Atlanta, Georgia 30363

Cocktail Reception     6:30 - 7:15 p.m.
Special Presentation  7:15 - 8:30 p.m.

Please join AGG's Israel Business Team and honored College for All guest speakers, Chairperson Dr. Shula Recanati and Board Member Major-General (Res.) Eitan Ben Eliahu.  They will give a presentation on College for All's vision and current events in Israel.  

Dr. Shula Recanati, Chairperson for College For All
Dr. Shula Recanati leads the organizational development support and is a managing partner for the portfolio companies of GlenRock Israel and has over 20 years of experience as an organizational development expert, specializing in high-tech and startup companies. Before joining GlenRock, Dr. Recanati headed Organizational Development Services for Pitango Venture Capital. She previously worked as an independent consultant in Israel and Internal Organizational Development Consultant for Citicorp in New York. Dr. Recanati has also consulted on several projects with N.A.S.A. She is deeply involved in community activities. Dr. Recanati holds a Ph.D. from Columbia University in Organizational Psychology.

Major-General (Res.) Eitan Ben Eliahu, Former Israeli Air Force Commander
As former Israeli Air Force Commander, Major-General Eitan Ben Eliahu is a leading analyst and commentator on regional and international defense and security issues, global terrorism and the War in Iraq. He serves as a managing partner of Target Designation (T.D.) Ltd., director of the Habas Group (leading Israeli real estate group), director of Soniclinx (providing high-technology solutions to protect oil and gas pipelines) and director at RSL (providing control, diagnostic and prognostic systems for aerospace, marine and land applications). He spent 38 years in the Israeli Air Force as an active fighter pilot in Israel’s various wars and campaigns, later rising to the Commander-in-Chief of the air force. He is a member of the Board of Governors of Beth Hatfotsot and Betsalel School of Art. Mr. Ben Eliahu holds an undergraduate degree in Economics and Business Administration from Tel Aviv’s Bar IIan University and is a graduate of Harvard University’s Advanced Management Program.