Our Management Team
Ofer serves as the CEO of the WFI Group and is currently the CEO of Triple-T and ToxSorb as well. An internationally accomplished agronomist, Ofer is a veteran entrepreneur in the water industry, including 13 years at WFI. He has served as VP R&D for global organizations, specializing in agriculture in arid areas, hydroponic technology and the production of essential oils from plants. Ofer holds a B.Sc. in Agriculture and Plant Science from the Hebrew University and is a graduate of the Tefen Entrepreneurs Program at Harvard Business School.
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.
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.
Keren is responsible for product development, planning, construction and operation of laboratory pilots in Israel and demonstration facilities abroad. Keren was part of the team that developed the TAYA technology and established Triple-T’s R&D department and lab. Previously, she was a process engineer at Yodfat Engineers. Keren is an influencer in the biological wastewater treatment industry and shares her innovative ideas and knowledge worldwide. Keren holds a B.A. in Biotechnology Engineering from Ort Braude College.
Amir joined Triple-T in 2011 as a Process Engineer and has headed the Engineering Department since 2018. Amir is in charge of detailed design and transition from pilot to full-scale wastewater treatment facilities, design of plant upgrades and new plants, and operational guidance and support. Previously, Amir served as a research engineer and research assistant for wastewater treatment and air pollution projects at the Technion. Amir holds a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering 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 Triple-T. 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.