Full-Time MBA

Israel

Roy Daniel Class of 2016

rdaniel@chicagobooth.edu

IsraelUndergraduate school/major: I graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and majored in Computer Engineering.

Previous Industry: I have a previous experience in the Technology industry.

Career plans: I am recruiting for management consulting.

Why did you choose to apply to and attend Booth? Meeting with many students and alumni (including during Admit Weekend in Chicago!), I was amazed by the collaborative atmosphere and the mutual responsibility between the students, and knew that this is the kind of MBA experience that I'm looking for. Adding that to the brand and the strong connection of alumni to school, it is also one that will have the most impact on my future. Finally, the city was absolutely amazing and life outside of school seemed awesome.

Activities: I am a member of the Business Solutions Group, Management Consulting Group, Armed Forces Group, Booth Soccer Club, Jewish Business Students Association, and the Dean's Students Admissions Committee.

Use three adjectives to describe your experience at Chicago Booth: Transformational, collaborative, and exciting.

Ask me about...: Why Booth, Random Walk, career change and recruiting for consulting, and how to find the best food truck around campus.

What city/country will you be in during the winter break? Israel, Tel Aviv (first half of the break)

Renan Feldman Class of 2016

Renan.Feldman@chicagobooth.edu

IsraelUndergraduate school/major: I attended The Open University of Israel, majoring in Computer Science. I also hold a bachelor's degree in Law from Tel Aviv University.

Previous Industry: Technology and Law

Career plans: I am recruiting for product management roles in the tech industry

Why did you choose to apply to and attend Booth? First, the personal connections I made with students and alumni during the application process, in particular during the campus visit, made me feel that Booth’s fun and supportive community is right for me. Second, the flexible curriculum that allowed me to take an entrepreneurial course already in my first quarter. Finally, Chicago is an incredible city to live in, especially for a foodie like me.

Activities: I am a member of Booth Technology Group, Entrepreneurship & Venture Capital Group, Armed Forces Group, and Jewish Business Students Association.

Use three adjectives to describe your experience at Chicago Booth: Collaborative, challenging and enriching

Ask me about...: Recruiting for tech, entrepreneurship during school, moving to Chicago with a partner, and where to eat in Chicago

What city/country will you be in during the winter break? Israel

Noa Dagan Class of 2016

ndolev@chicagobooth.edu

IsraelUndergraduate school/major: Philiosophy, Political Science and Economics, at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem

Previous Industry: I have spent the last two years working as a Management Consultant at McKinsey and have also had the chance to work in the Israeli Parliement and as an Israeli Emissary to the Atlanta Jewish Community

Career plans: Upon my graduation I plan to continue working in Management Consulting and in the long term I hope to pursue a career in social impact

Why did you choose to apply to and attend Booth? I choose Chicago Booth because of the absolute independence the flexible cuticular allows, the academic rigor that makes every class interesting and the special student and alumni community

Activities: I am part of the Net impact, Booth Tech, Armed Forces, Emerging Markets and Jewish Business Student Association groups

Use three adjectives to describe your experience at Chicago Booth: Adventure, challenging, inspiring

Ask me about...: Why Booth, working in Management Consulting, moving to Chicago and completing your MBA with a spouse, the best places to eat in Chicago

What city/country will you be in during the winter break? Chicago