Daniella is investing in Israeli life science startups. Previously, she was a Partner at Tencent Exploration Team that invests in startup companies building core and novel technologies to help improve people's lives and ecosystems.
Prior to that, she was the Head of Experiences at Meta, augmented reality headset that allowed wearers to move and manipulate 3D content intuitively, using natural hand interactions. In her capacity, she managed Meta's experience design and brand partnerships, overseen the strategy and worked with leading companies and institutions such as the World Economic Forum, TED, Sundance Institute and General Assembly among others. Previously, Daniella managed Strategic Alliances & MarComms at Meta and was responsible for building the first Augmented Reality applications ecosystem that focuses on solving problems in fields such as education, medicine, and engineering.
With a group of VC's, she established the entrepreneurship ecosystem in Jerusalem and co-created the Made in Jerusalem Forum, as well as PICO Jerusalem, the first co-working space that brings together investors and tech entrepreneurs and aims to revitalize the creative start-up scene in Israel's capital.
Daniella is fascinated by both people and technology, creating interactions between the two and focusing on challenges facing humanity. She completed the Graduate Studies Program at Singularity University in 2014 where she founded a health-tech company that focuses on 3D sensors technology. She also participated in the US State Department and University of Michigan’s program for women entrepreneurs. While studying for her Bachelor, she established KEN-S educational platform, that enables youth to participate in international interdisciplinary programs to build personal relationships, networks and future collaboration between young leaders from different backgrounds. She was listed on the Forbes 30 under 30 list in Technology.