Yoram Cohen joined The World’s Jewish Museum as the Head of Global Fundraising and Strategy in March 2018. Prior to joining WJM, Yoram had been the development manager of the international news channel i24 news, as well as the Executive Director of The Patrick and Lena Drahi Philanthropic Foundation.
From 1996 to 2013, he was Associate Vice President for Europe at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He was responsible for development activities in Europe, as well as restructuring of the University’s philanthropic activities, through The Friends of Europe associations.
Between 1985 – 1996, he held several senior management and fundraising roles with several significant organizations, including the Bronfman Foundation and the Rich Corporation.
He is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in International Relations (BA), an MBA specializing in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, which was followed by a 2 year program in the field of Education and Contemporary Jewish World (MA studies). He was also educated in philanthropic studies at Brandeis University, Harvard University and John Hopkins University.
From 1979 to 1983 Yoram served as an officer at the rank of captain in the Israeli Parachute Corps and Artillery Corps. Please join us in welcoming Yoram.