Jonatan is from Buenos Aires, Argentina. After completing a B.A. in business and economics from the University Torcuato Di Tella, he moved to Tel Aviv to work for a startup incubator and where he ultimately founded a startup called Townflix. Living in Tel Aviv he met asylum seekers from African countries who were in vulnerable situations and struggling to make a decent living. He was immediately empathetic, recalling how his grandmother, who was a Polish Holocaust survivor, found refuge in Argentina after the war. He therefore decided to join Microfy, a local Israeli NGO empowering asylum seekers through a micro-credit program. In 2014 Jonatan moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil, to develop the Brazilian market for Townflix. Continuing to be passionate about the plight of refugees, he founded Migraflix (in 2015) and Mazeej (in 2016), two projects that seek to empower refugees and immigrants economically while promoting their cultures and building bridges with the local population. Jonatan’s work fostering dialogue between communities led to his recieving the Global Business & Interfaith Peace Award from the Religious Freedom and Business Foundation, as well as the United Nations Global Compact. Jonatan was recently selected as one of the 200 Leaders of Tomorrow by the University of St Gallen in Switzerland.