Born and raised in Petach Tikva, Nadav currently makes his home in Jerusalem. Nadav has degrees in education, graphic design, and advertising. Initially, Nadav was married to a woman who was aware of his attraction to men from the beginning. The two eventually opted to end the relationship. Following the divorce, which proved to be a turning point in his life, and blessed with a supportive, accepting family, Nadav became increasingly active in LGBT communities, both religious and secular. He began hosting events for gay men in his home. These events, which he still hosts, became increasingly popular and are now attended by men from all over the country. Nadav soon joined the board of Havruta as Vice Chairman. Havruta promotes the message of out and proud to the religious community. As part of his role in the organization, Nadav put together a guerilla campaign at a conference focusing on "curing” gays. He organizes meetings with the media in order to generate a more positive presentation of religious homosexuality in the religious media. He also co-leads a support group for people who are still in the closet and is a member of Ma'agalim, which works to bring various LBGTQ groups together through meetings and activities. In addition, Nadav volunteers with Hoshen, Shoval, and Shira – outreach organizations that visit schools and communities to share personal stories and answer questions. He often speaks at a variety of parent support groups, such as Tehila. As an alumnus of 18:22, a Schusterman Connection Point bringing together members of the LGBTQ Jewish community from all over the world, Nadav made use of a #makeithappen grant to organize an evening for religious LGBT groups. A huge success, the event brought over 160 members of the community together for the first time ever, and included family members, supporters, and youth.