Moran is a believer. He believes in God, in humanity, and in change that only we can bring. Born and raised in Holon, he is 35 years old, and recently married Lilach, the love of his life. Passionate about people, education, and technology, Moran took his first steps in public service as a teen, filling leadership roles in the local youth movement. He served as an officer in the IDF (commanding the ordnance corps' boarding school), was a political adviser in the Knesset, was director of Gvahim, the national cyber education program, and founded a new party in Israel that seeks to establish a new concept of participatory democracy and empower local leadership all across the country. Moran sees volunteering as a way of life. He spent three years working with youth at risk in ELEM; founded a local young adults movement in 2008; and first ran for elections when he was only 24 years old. In 2015 became a member of the Zionist General Council, and serves on the finance and budget committees of WIZO and JAFI. For the last five years he has been a city councilman in Holon, even running (unsucessfully, at least for now) for mayor in the most recent elections (Oct. 2018). Moran is always seeking his next challenge and the right partners with whom to go the distance. He believes that the only way to create significant change is by doing it together. Moran holds an M.A. in public and political leadership from Tel Aviv University.