Chairman of the Board
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.
Alon Granot has served on InterCure’s board of directors since November 2020 and Canndoc’s board of directors since February 2019. Mr. Granot saved as Canndoc’s Chief Executive Officer from September 2019 to December 2020.From 2001 to 2018, Mr. Granot served as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President at Frutarom Industries Ltd., or Frutarom, where he led mergers and acquisitions, business development and overall financial management until Frutarom was acquired for approximately $7.1 billion in 2018. From 2008 to 2016, Mr. Granot served as an external director at Inter Industries Ltd., a company that is publicly traded on the TASE. He also served as director in the semiconductor division of Kulicke & Soffa Industries, Inc., a public company listed on Nasdaq, from 1998 to 2001. Mr.Granot holds a B.A. in economics and business administration from Haifa University and received an M.A. in economics and business administration from Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
David Salton has served as an independent director of InterCure Ltd. Since December 2014. He has over twenty-five years of management experience related to investment banking, investment companies and funds, and start-up companies in the life science industry. In addition to InterCure, Mr. Salton serves as independent director of ARAN Ltd. (TASE: 1085265). Mr. Salton currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Vilrility Medical, a start up company, developing consumer medical device. Mr. Salton served as the Chief Executive Officer of DCL Technologies Ltd., an investment company (previously listed on TASE) and of Leumi Star Ltd., a public-non-listed venture fund. Mr. Salton also served as Chief Executive Officer of the following private companies: Dentack Implants Ltd. Dyn-Bioshaf Ltd.; Darely Pharmaceutical Ltd.; and DYN Diagnostics Holdings (2000) Ltd., and as board member of several publicly traded companies. Mr. Salton also served as the Deputy General Manager and Head of Investments Sector for Leumi Partners with $100 million under management and 25 portfolio companies in various sectors. Mr. Salton holds, B.Sc., Economics & Management degree from the Technion, Industrial Engineering faculty, Israel.Member of the Audit CommitteeMember of the Compensation Committee
Lennie Michelson Grinbaum has served on InterCure's board of directors as an External Director since September 2015. Ms Grinbaum has in depth experience in Contract Research Organisation as a contract specialist and has worked for a subsidiary of a major Israeli financial institution. Ms Grinbaum holds an LLB in Law and a BA in Business from The Interdisciplinary Center Hertzliya as well as an MBA specializing in finance from Imperial College London.Member of the Audit CommitteeMember of the Compensation Committee
Gideon Hirschfeld joined InterCure’s board of directors in 2018 as external director. Mr. Hirschfeld has extensive experience in business development for various corporation such as Israel Post. Prior to joining InterCure’s board, Gideon initiated joint ventures for technology-based products and services, mainly in the logistics and distribution fields. Mr. Hirschfeld has a proven track record in financial matters related to current operations and short and long-range financial plans. Mr. Hirschfeld holds an MBA degree and MA degree in education as well as 2 BA degrees in international relations and political science from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.Member of the Compensation CommitteeMember of the Audit Committee
Mr. Auerbach is an entrepreneur, investor, business consultant, and private diplomat. He founded Subversive Capital LLC as a vehicle to invest in radical companies whose core missions subvert the status quo and require sophisticated government and regulatory strategies for success. Michael is an expert in the global cannabis industry and is a significant shareholder and board director of both Tilray, Inc. and Privateer Holdings, Inc. Mr. Auerbach has served as Senior Vice President of Albright Stonebridge Group LLC, a global strategy firm since 2012, and he also serves as a general partner of Subversive Capital, a venture capital firm and a private investment fund. From September 2009 to July 2012, he was Vice President, Social Risk Consulting at Control Risks Group Limited, a global risk consulting firm which acquired Social Risks, LLC, a consulting firm Mr. Auerbach founded in 2007. From 2005 to 2007, he was Associate Director for The Century Foundation, Inc., a progressive, non-partisan think tank. He began his career in technology in 1983 when he founded Panopticon Inc., a venture capital incubator concentrating on internet and mobile technology, and served as its Chief Executive Officer until January 2004. Mr. Auerbach also sits on the boards of Privateer Holdings, Inc., Tilray, Inc. and Duco Advisors, Inc. He also sits on the boards of Next for Autism and the KiDS Advisory Board of New York University’s Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital. He has an M.A. in International Relations from Columbia University and B.A. in Critical Theory from the New School.
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