About TAMID at Northeastern


Through a series of stimulating seminars and group discussions, our education semester helps prepare you for your time in TAMID. Topics range from “The Startup Nation” to “Consulting 101” and promise to be interesting and interactive. Not to worry, our sessions are predominantly led by students and require no prior knowledge of Israel or business.


Our teams provide pro-bono strategic consulting services to startups in Israel in areas such as product design, business development, market research, competitive analysis, and more.


Our investment team focuses on holding a portfolio of securities in a simulation stock competition against other TAMID chapters across the country. The team will be looking to start managing real money in the future.


Something unique to Northeastern is the co-op program. One of our goals is to improve and grow the co-op program to include opportunities in Israel through the TAMID network. If you are interested in a co-op in Israel, feel free to reach out to us.


The fellowship component allows select members of TAMID chapters to participate in an experiential summer internship in Tel Aviv. This summer program offers students a unique opportunity to work with a partner company in fields such as high technology and venture capital.

Leadership Team

Adam Bechtold


Adam is a 3rd year Computer Science and Computer Engineering student. As President, he oversees operations within the chapter and handles all external communication.

Carly Joos

Vice President of Operations

Carly is a 3rd year Marketing and Entrepreneurship student. As VP of Operations, she ensures the chapter runs smoothly on a day-to-day basis.

Nancy Edid

Vice President of Consulting

Nancy is a 2nd year Business Administration student. As VP of Consulting, she leads the consulting teams and organizes our projects.

Tammy Eydelman

Vice President of Education

Tammy, our past president, is a 3rd year Finance student. As VP of Education, she is in charge of planning and coordinating all education sessions.

Simon Spector

Vice President of Fund

Simon is a 3rd year Finance and MIS student. As VP of fund, he leads our investment team.

David Iken

Vice President of Fellowship

David is a 3rd year Marketing student. As VP of Strategic Partnerships, he is making connections with Israeli businesses to grow the Northeastern Co-Op program.


I genuinely feel that this professional analysis gave us a unique perspective that confirmed some of our assumptions, and unveiled others that we were utterly oblivious to. All in all, that priceless feedback was a moment of epiphany for us.

Tomer Sasson, CEO of Akross



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