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Swiss born Yariv Nornberg graduated Cum Laude with a dual degree Masters in International and Public Affairs from Columbia University in New York and the Institut
d'Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris. Yariv received his Bachelor of Arts
in Philosophy and International Relations from the Hebrew University of
Yariv served for one decade as an active commanding officer
in the Israeli Defense Forces and reached the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in
Yariv volunteered at Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem and led
in June 2004 an archeological excavation in the town of Auschwitz.
Yariv worked on various international projects for the Carter Center, the
United Nations and the World Bank.
Back in Israel in 2008, Yariv joined its high-tech industry fulfilling
managerial positions at Amdocs and Better Place.
In 2014, Yariv was appointed as Head of the Representative Office of
the Swiss Financial Group Julius Baer in Israel and became in 2020 the Head of Partnerships & Strategic Projects for the region of Israel, Greece & Cyprus, and Turkey.
Yariv volunteer his time and serves as the Treasurer of the 8200 Alumni
Association and is a board member of EISP - the first Israeli start-ups'
accelerator program. He is also a board member of the Branco Weiss
Educational Institute and of KOLOT, and is an active member of the YPO
Israel Chapter, and the Israel-Switzerland, Israel-Japan, and Israel-Greece
Chambers of Commerce.
Yariv is also active in the WJC JD Corps since the initiation of the program and became in 2020 a member of its Steering Committee.