Rami Hod is the Executive Director of the Berl Katznelson Center (BKC), an ideas center that educates and trains the next generation of progressive Zionist leaders, thinkers and civil servants. Prior to Joining BKC, Rami served as the Director of the Social Economic Academy (SEA), a social justice leadership institute, and was the first employee of ˜Koach LaOvdim,” a new labor union that sparked a revival of labor organizing in Israel. In addition, Rami worked with former leaders of the Labor party Shelly Yachimovich and Amir Peretz. Rami holds an MA in Sociology from Ben Gurion University in the Negev, researching education inequality in Israel. He is a lecturer and a regular commentator and publicist in Israel’s newspapers and journals on issues of social justice and politics. Rami lives in Tel Aviv with his wife Noa, a clinical psychologist, and their children Yael and Omri.