Ariel Beery is the co-founder and director of the PresenTense Group, and serves as the editor and publisher of the Group's Magazine, as well as directs its educational fellowships. With over a decade of experience managing social movements and nonprofit organizations, Ariel is especially interested in social enterprise strategy and development as well as the life and times of the Jewish People in the Digital Age. Ariel holds graduate degrees in Jewish Studies and Nonprofit management from New York University, and undergraduate degrees in Economics and Political Science from Columbia University. A widely-published columnist in over a dozen papers around the world including the Forward, the London Jewish Chronicle, the Jerusalem Post and Haaretz, Ariel also enjoys teaching and lecturing at conferences worldwide, focusing on issues pertaining to the Jewish People, Zionism, and the impact of the Information Age on human communities. Ariel was named one of the 10 Jews to Watch by the World Jewish Digest, along with Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and was a finalist in the Brandeis University search for a Visiting Professor for Jewish Communal Innovation. Ariel's new book, 'Do No Evil', was recently published and is now available on Amazon.