TOXSORB Management Team
We take pride in our team that includes highly experienced water and wastewater treatment professionals from the following fields: R&D, chemical & biotechnological process engineering, project management, construction, maintenance and operations.
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Ronen serves as CEO of Triple-T and ToxSorb. Leveraging his vast experience in management and long-term strategy, Ronen focuses on differentiation and growth. Previously, he was a VP in Elbit's intelligence division and CEO of Chim Nir Aviation Holdings. Earlier, Ronen served as a Brigadier General in the Israeli Air Force and as the Air Attaché in Washington, DC. He continues to conduct management workshops for the “Squadron”. Ronen holds an Executive MBA from TLV University and Kellogg-Northwestern University and a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering & Management from Ben Gurion University.
Liron oversees all financial aspects of the WFI Group including all business units. In addition to managing the Finance Department, he is responsible for purchasing, legal, HR and administration activities across the Group. Prior to his role at WFI, Liron worked as corporate controller of Miya Group, a water infrastructure company, and as a manager at PwC IL where he led the audits of privately and publicly traded local and international companies. Liron holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Economics from Tel Aviv University.
A co-founder of ToxSorb, Yotam has led the research team since 2007. His scientific interests and areas of expertise include adsorption, surface chemistry, and the modelling of adsorption. Yotam is also a senior faculty member at Tel-Hai Academic College where he teaches courses in physics, physical chemistry, programming and solute transport. He received the 2018 MASHOV award for exceptional activity in the cleantech field awarded. Yotam holds a B.Sc. in Biotechnology and Environmental Science from Tel-Hai Academic College, and a Ph.D. from the Hebrew University.
VP Business Development
Dana also serves as VP Business Development of the WFI Group. Previously, she was a senior consultant specializing in water startups at the Global Incentives Department of Ernest and Young (E&Y). Dana is the co-founder and director of Ruach Nechona, a social action charity, and is on the board of the Israel Export Institute. She holds a B.Sc. in Marine Science from Ruppin College, Michmoret, and an MBA in International Management from the College of Management, Rishon Le’zion.
Head of Product Development
Rotem joined ToxSorb in 2014 after 10 years in academia. He focuses on bridging the gap between technology and people – taking great inventions and designing processes. He also teaches hydrology and meteorology at Tel-Hai College. He previously headed the Agricultural Department in the Golan Regional Council and developed the water management decision support system for the upper Jordan River catchment. Rotem holds an M.Sc. in Agricultural Science from the Hebrew University and a Ph.D. in Hydrometeorology from the Technion Israel Institute of Technology.
Ophira leads projects end-to-end, from inception to delivery. She began working at ToxSorb and Triple-T as an Engineer in 2011 and later was promoted to her current position at ToxSorb. Over the years, Ophira has worked on every aspect of projects, ensuring the best-possible execution. She oversees the entire workflow, from the planning stage through local authority approvals and project budget control, and on to plant operation and handover to the customer. Ophira holds a B.Sc. in Environmental Engineering from the Technion.
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