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Management - Dr. Shula Recanati
Shula Recanati
Managing Partner, Investment and Organizational Development

Dr. Shula Recanati is the Managing Partner and Head of Organizational Development at GlenRock Israel.

Established in 2003, GlenRock focuses on venture capital investments relating to life sciences and advanced technology. With over 20 years of experience as an organizational development expert, specializing in high-tech and startup companies, Shula is a member of the boards of Rainbow Medical, Maxillent, Kampalook, and Lifebond.

Shula is the Chairperson of Educating for Excellence (E4E), an Israeli NGO established in 1999, whose mission is to strengthen Israeli society by reducing socio-economic gaps, promoting social mobility, and creating equal opportunity for children with potential for excellence coming from disadvantaged background.

Collaborating with Ministry of Education, E4E currently operates over 40 unique educational centers Israel-wide. These educational centers serve more than 2,400 children and youth, guided by 800 university scholarship recipients students, serving as instructors who provide E4E children with academic reinforcement and positive role modelling.

E4E alumni excel in school, are placed in elite units and positions in the army or national service, attend leading academic institutions in Israel, and, most importantly, integrate into the professional labor market, and are involved and contributing citizens who care about Israeli society.

Shula holds a PhD in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University, a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Tel Aviv University (Magna Cum Laude), and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Education from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Cum Laude). She is a Trustee at the Academic College of Tel-Aviv Yaffo and a former member of The Board of directors of Taub Center for Social Policy Studies in Israel.
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