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Employment History

Prime Minister

Israel


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ALEH Happenings

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The Aleh Foundation

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Founder


Education

Masters

Philosophy

University of Tel Aviv.


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Engineering

University of Tel Aviv.


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ALEH Staff

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Tal Silberstein
Tal Silberstein Industry Engineer and Management Consultant Following his service in the IDF in an elite unit, Mr. Silberstein worked for several years in various management positions in a technology company and established the Dor Shalom movement. In 1999 he organized the successful campaign of Ehud Barak as Prime Minister of Israel. At the same time, he established the GCS Company with three leading international election campaign advisors. Since then, Mr. Silberstein has served as special advisor to prime ministers and campaigns throughout the world including Israel, Italy, Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary and more. Through GCS Israel, Mr. Silberstein is strategic advisor to numerous corporate companies, including three cellular companies, Bezeq, the Airport Authority, Bank Mizrachi and Coca Cola. Based on the many connections he has forged over the year, Mr. Silberstein currently helps develop businesses and business ventures in Central and Eastern Europe in partnership with Israeli and international companies. Mr. Silberstein advises leading Israeli politicians, including the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister, on a voluntary basis.


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Tal Silberstein
Aleh Tal Silberstein Industry Engineer and Management Consultant Following his service in the IDF in an elite unit, Mr. Silberstein worked for several years in various management positions in a technology company and established the Dor Shalom movement. In 1999 he organized the successful campaign of Ehud Barak as Prime Minister of Israel. At the same time, he established the GCS Company with three leading international election campaign advisors. Since then, Mr. Silberstein has served as special advisor to prime ministers and campaigns throughout the world including Israel, Italy, Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary and more. Through GCS Israel, Mr. Silberstein is strategic advisor to numerous corporate companies, including three cellular companies, Bezeq, the Airport Authority, Bank Mizrachi and Coca Cola. Based on the many connections he has forged over the year, Mr. Silberstein currently helps develop businesses and business ventures in Central and Eastern Europe in partnership with Israeli and international companies. Mr. Silberstein advises leading Israeli politicians, including the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister, on a voluntary basis.


Tal Silberstein - Who's Who at Aleh

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Tal Silberstein
Industry Engineer and Management Consultant Following his service in the IDF in an elite unit, Mr. Silberstein worked for several years in various management positions in a technology company and established the Dor Shalom movement. In 1999 he organized the successful campaign of Ehud Barak as Prime Minister of Israel. At the same time, he established the GCS Company with three leading international election campaign advisors. Since then, Mr. Silberstein has served as special advisor to prime ministers and campaigns throughout the world including Israel, Italy, Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary and more. Through GCS Israel, Mr. Silberstein is strategic advisor to numerous corporate companies, including three cellular companies, Bezeq, the Airport Authority, Bank Mizrachi and Coca Cola. Based on the many connections he has forged over the year, Mr. Silberstein currently helps develop businesses and business ventures in Central and Eastern Europe in partnership with Israeli and international companies. Mr. Silberstein advises leading Israeli politicians, including the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister, on a voluntary basis.


The News-Times: World Police say there are grounds for prosecuting four Barak aides

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The four suspects are attorney Yitzhak Herzog, son of the late President Haim Herzog; attorney Doron Cohen, Barak's brother-in-law; Barak's campaign manager Tal Silberstein and legislator Weizman Shiri, police spokesman Gil Kleiman said. There was no immediate reaction from Silberstein. Israel's attorney general is not obliged by law to accept the police findings but he usually does, unless he decides there is insufficient evidence. Search The News-Times Advanced Search > Print Story Email Story Top of Page Add to Favorites Previous Page What's your opinion?


Barak Aides Could Be Prosecuted

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The four suspects are attorney Yitzhak Herzog, son of the late President Haim Herzog; attorney Doron Cohen, Barak's brother-in-law; Barak's campaign manager Tal Silberstein and legislator Weizman Shiri, police spokesman Gil Kleiman said.There was no immediate reaction from Silberstein.Israel's attorney general is not obliged by law to accept the police findings but he usually does, unless he decides there is insufficient evidence. Copyright 2002 Associated Press.All rights reserved.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


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