Moran was born in a small moshav in Israel. For as long as she can remember, she has tried to combine community involvement and leadership in all aspects of her life. Moran is an entrepreneurial leader who is passionate about innovation, community, and technology, and connecting them to make a difference. Her work experience is diverse, during the past decade; she led the MassChallenge Israel accelerator program, mentored young entrepreneurs, worked in several startups, including two that she herself founded, and volunteered with the Jewish Agency in the U.S., England, and Israel. Moran has a B.A. in computer science, with a major in entrepreneurship, from the Zell Program for outstanding students at IDC Herzliya, where she also received the Efi Arazi Scholarship for Leadership. Today, eight years later, she is back at the Zell Entrepreneurship Program, as its executive director. In its 16 years of existence, the program has evolved into an acclaimed venture creation program, providing students the opportunity to apply advanced entrepreneurial studies to the creation of real business ventures. Zell’s 322 alumni have established over 80 companies, of which 46 are still active, creating jobs for nearly 1,500 people and continuing to drive impact. Moran focuses on entrepreneurial education and lectures globally on topics of building ecosystems, venture creation, creative thinking, social responsibility, and young entrepreneurs. Moran has been an active member of the ROI Schusterman Community since 2013. She is an entrepreneurial leader, an extreme sports fan, and an avid photographer.