Roy is a community entrepreneur and the CEO of Made in JLM - an economic development NGO in Jerusalem.
In 2019, in partnership with Facebook and the Jerusalem Foundation, Roy is launching a philanthropic microfund to support the next generation of community entrepreneuers in Jerusalem - researching replicable, scalable models for cities, philanthropists, and corporates to better support community work that drives city growth.
He is a curator of the World Economic Forum's Jerusalem's "Global Shapers" hub, and leads a weekly hack night called "Side Project Club" that provides training and placement for techies while building free products for NGOs, a project that won the WeWork Creator Awards.
Roy was nominated Forbes Under 30, and was one of 100 community leaders chosen worldwide as a fellow on Facebook's Community Leadership Program.
In parallel to Made in JLM, Roy is a cofounder at Routine, a job aggregator company (bit.ly/JobsJLM). He worked for 2 years at OrCam, a "unicorn" Jerusalem tech company from the founders of mobileye, which builds devices that help the blind see. Occasionally, he works on other side projects that sometimes turn into business ventures.