Ehud Barak has served on InterCure’s board of directors as Chairman since March 2019. Mr. Barak also currently serves on the board of three other Israeli companies: Carbyne Ltd., Guardicore Ltd. and Cypertoka Ltd. Mr. Barak served as the tenth Prime Minister of Israel from 1999 to 2001. Before being elected Prime Minister, Mr. Barak completed an illustrious 36-year career in the Isreali Defence Forces (the “IDF”), as the most decorated soldier in its history. Mr. Barak served in top positions in the IDF, including Head of Planning, Head of Military Intelligence, Commander of the Central Command and Deputy Chief of General Staff. As Chief of the General Staff of the IDF, he was involved in the negotiation and implementation of the 1994 peace treaty with Jordan. Mr. Barak has also served Israel as Minister of the Interior, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Defense Minister. Mr. Barak holds a B.S. degree in mathematics and physics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and received his M.S.C in economic engineering systems from Stanford University. Since September 2016, he has served as Senior Fellow non-resident at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University.
Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Alexander Rabinovich has served on InterCure’s board of directors since October 2018 and is also the Chief Executive Officer of InterCure. He has significant public company experience with both Nasdaq and TASE listed companies. Mr. Rabinovich is currently the Chief Executive Officer and director of InterCure and G.F.C Green Fields Capital Ltd., a public company listed on the TASE, engaged in investments in renewable energies. Mr. Rabinovich also serves on the board of directors of XTL Biopharmaceuticals Ltd., a public company listed on the Nasdaq, and, until 2014, served on the board of directors of Pilat Media Global PLC, a public company listed on TASE and on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange. Mr. Rabinovich holds a B.A. degree in economics and accounting from the University of Haifa.
Chief Operating Officer (Canndoc)
Rami Levy has served as Canndoc's Chief Operating Officer since July 2019. Mr. Levy has more then 20 years of lead management and operational experience at Netafim, the largest Israeli aggrotech company, expanding global operations development to more than 190 territories. Mr. Levy holds a BSc in in industrial engineers and MBA from Ben Gurion University.
Chief Financial Officer
Amos Cohen has served as Intercure’s Chief Financial Officer since March 2020. Mr. Cohen has over 15 years of financial and business experience, including as the CFO of Trendline Information and Communication Services Ltd., a TASE-listed company. Mr. Cohen has also served as the VP of finance at Walla (a Bazek group entity, which is the biggest telecommunications company in Israel) and as a director of FP&A at Reshet, the largest TV channel is Israel. Mr. Cohen holds a B.A. in economics from Ben-Gurion University and received an M.A. in accounting from College of Management Academic Studies.