Daniel Hazanovitz | Chairperson & Executive Board Member
Prior to her position as Chairperson in IMUNA, Daniel worked as a Diplomatic Adviser for Israel’s Foreign Ministry, including two years at the UN HQ in New York. Her work covered an array of international issues pertaining to sustainable development, human rights, peace & security, UN budgets, policies, administration & organizational reform. In addition, she engaged in special projects and collaborations between the UN and Israel’s government, as well as its private sector. Daniel also has several years’ experience working for the Israel-Australia Chamber of Commerce, an NGO dedicated to enhancing business relationships between the two countries.
Ofek Sapir | Deputy Chairperson & Executive Board Member
Ofek has been part of IMUNA for the past 5 years, starting as a delegate at the Open University Model UN (OPENMUN) Society and becoming the President of the society the following year. Following his term in OPENMUN, he started to volunteer in the organization as the IMUNA Academic Director and, finally, as the President of IMUNA until the end of last year (2021). Ofek is now part of the IMUNA Executive board and serves as the Deputy Chairperson. Ofek is a graduated B.A student of the Open University in the field of Political Science, International relations and Media Studies.
Alon Sanders | President & Executive Board Member
Alon Sanders resides Tel Aviv, though originally from a small agricultural community in the Bay Area. Having made Aliya at 11 years old, he attended both middle and high school in Israel. After graduating from the Gymnasia Hertzliya in Tel Aviv (in which he was Secretary General of the schools MUN program), Alon was drafted into the Navy. After his release, he applied to Reichman University for a degree in International Relations at the Lauder School of Governance, Diplomacy, and Strategy. He loves to debate and is deeply interested in international politics. Alon sees IMUNA as the best way to follow both these passions, and refine the skills and knowledge he was learning in his degree.
Ari Karp | Chief Executive Officer
Ari is the first CEO of IMUNA and joined the organization through its chapter at the IDC Herzliya in 2016. Throughout his time in IMUNA, Ari has served in a variety of capacities and leading positions, including President of the IDC Chapter, Director of Sponsor Relations and Fundraising, Deputy Secretary General of IMUNA's International Conference in 2019 and most recently as President of the organization. Under his leadership the organization has expanded its partnerships; undergone a period of revitalization and strengthening; and begun integration and adaptation of UN SDGs in organizational framework.
Guy Mizrachi | Vice President & Academic Director
Guy is the former head of Ben Gurion University's MUN chapter. Currently he is working as the vice budget supervisor for the Ministry of Energy while studying for MA in Environmental Studies in Tel-Aviv University. Throughout his MUN career he has always tried to create new opportunities for other delegates. He is always excited to see young and promising delegates strive for excellence and maximize their potential.
Autumn Groat | Deputy CEO
Autumn is originally from the United States and is currently studying for her BA in Criminology and International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She has been apart of IMUNA and has served as president of the Hebrew University chapter, Director of Sponsor Relations and Fundraising, Secretary General of IMUNA's International Conferences in 2020 and currently as the Deputy CEO. Autumn recognizes the invaluable experiences and skills that IMUNA can give delegates and young leaders alike. She is honored to be apart of the team!