Digital Leaders Israel

The Israeli Digital Leaders Program is designed to train outstanding leaders in promoting digital innovation in the public sector and improve services and interfaces with citizens through technology. The Israeli government initiated the Digital Leaders Program in partnership with the JDC Institute for Leadership and Governance. Members participate as part of the global DL community of over 100,000 digital leaders generating a rich seam of debate, content and knowledge.


For more information on the DL Israel programme, please contact Shai-Lee Spiegelman or Inbar Almagor

Email Shai-Lee  Email Inbar 

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