Edun grew up in Israel in the Western Galilee. After finishing his service as a commander in the IDF, Edun moved to Tel Aviv to pursue an LL.B. in law and government and an LL.M. in business law at IDC Herzliya. During his studies Edun coordinated a legal aid clinic, provided strategic consulting services to social organizations, and participated in the Rabin Leadership Program. After he graduated, Edun joined Meitar Liquornik Geva Leshem Tal, Law Offices, where he specialized in M&A and corporate law. Working with innovative entrepreneurs and being exposed to cutting-edge Israeli technologies motivated Edun to explore ways in which technology and innovation can be leveraged to tackle some of the most critical challenges currently facing our society. This led him to pursue an M.A. at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), where he focused on social entrepreneurship. During his studies, Edun led two delegations of students from SIPA to Israel, exploring how Israel and Israelis are creating innovative solutions to global societal challenges. Today, bringing together his academic background and professional experience, Edun is leading Tikkun Olam Makers (TOM), a project by the Reut Group that leverages technology and innovation to create and disseminate affordable solutions for people with disabilities and the elderly, two populations whose needs are often overlooked.