Oshrat Slama Grozman
VP Marketing Communications
Oshrat has a BA in Communications and International Relations from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Before joining SpaceIL in 2012 and taking the lead role in marketing communications, Oshrat worked as a Newsroom Producer at Yedioth Aharonoth newspaper and then turned to the advertising industry: she worked at two of the leading firms in Israel, McCann Erickson and Yehoshua TBWA. Oshrat is also a certified copywriter and finished her copywriting course as first in her class.
Doron the first volunteer of SpaceIL started as VP Marketing and fundraising and today he is strategic advisor and member of the general assembly. Doron initiated, developed and founded several successful advertising and content platforms, including: a mall-based radio station network (exit), a unique TV advertising format for large chains (500 ads), a cellular news network “star 22″ and a news channel for airline passengers and he is one of the founders of the English news website www.jerusalemonline.com . Doron earned a BA in Sociology, Anthropology and Philosophy from Bar Ilan University and a diploma in Film and TV. Doron volunteers in a number of organizations and in the past worked as an advisor of the teams for IDF Spokesman, the Technion and Israeli cabinet ministers.
Danielle Besserglick Benjamin
Danielle joined the marketing team as a reinforcement player and partner with the goal – To expose every home in Israel to the story of SpaceIL and the first Israeli spacecraft to the moon. She holds a BA in communications from Sapir College, a certificate in production and event management, and is on her way to an MBA and marketing. Daniel has extensive experience in managing and creating creative content on digital platforms. Prior to joining SpaceIL, she worked at Digital Advertising and managed the social media platforms of large brands in the economy, such as the Carmel Group, the Festigal and others. During her studies in communications, she produced, edited and broadcast a morning program on ‘Kol HaNegev’ radio.