About TAMID at Northeastern

Education

Through a series of stimulating seminars and group discussions, our education semester helps prepare you for your time in TAMID. The TAMID Education track aims to develop you professionally, help you understand the various facets of the entrepreneurship world, and help you analyze the factors behind Israel’s accession as a startup and tech powerhouse. The track also teaches you skills in preparation for the Consulting and Fund tracks. Our sessions are predominantly led by students and require no prior knowledge about Israel or business.

Consulting

Our teams provide pro-bono strategic consulting services for the most exciting and innovative companies coming out of Israel. Our members engage in projects during the academic year that build skills in market research, competitive analysis, business development, US market entry strategy, beta testing/product development and design, and more. Professional relationships and skills built during this experience are often utilized in the co-op search process.

Fund

Our investment fund team focuses on developing strong equity research and finance skills through a national competition against 53 other TAMID chapters. The competition decides which companies will be added to the national TAMID stock portfolio worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. The track also teaches you how to utilize Northeastern resources such as the Bloomberg lab.

Fellowship

The fellowship track 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 groundbreaking startups and gain first-hand experience in the start-up nation. The fellowship also serves as a valuable tool to secure more competitive co-ops.

Leadership Team

Ellie Gordy

Co-President

Ellie is a 4th-year Marketing and Finance student who just finished working at Amazon Web Services.

Nancy Edid

Co-President

Nancy is a 4th-year Business Administration student, who has lived and worked in Israel.

Alfston Thomas

Vice President of Fellowship & Alumni Relations

Alfston is a 2nd-year Finance student loves to travel and once worked on a 10,000+ chicken farm.

Alexandra Margulies

Vice President of Consulting

Alex is a 3rd-year Mathematics and Business student who used to work at Ben & Jerry's.

Micaela Primoff

Co-Vice President of Education

Micaela is a 3rd-year Finance and Supply Chain Management major. She is from Scarsdale, NY and enjoys exploring museums in different cities.

Morrisa Clayman

Co-Vice President of Education

Morrisa is a 3rd-year International Business and Finance major who loves memes.

William Segal

Vice President of Fund

William is a 3rd-year Finance student who loves spontaneous adventures.

Harrison Hur

Director of Marketing & Recruitment

Harrison is a 2nd-year Computer Science and Business student who is now on his 5th run-through of The Office.

Noah Shlufman

Vice President of Operations

Noah is a 2nd-year Finance major who enjoys long walks on the beach and beating you in Fortnite and Fantasy Football.

Emily Zhu

Director of Financing

Emily is a 3rd-year Finance student who ran a half-marathon last fall, had gone skydiving before, and loves Steve Aoki remixes.

Max Freeman

Director of Programming

Max is a 2nd-year International Business student who loves spending all his money on concerts!

David Iken

Advisor

David is a 4th-year Marketing and Management Information Systems student who took a gap year in Israel and burned over 800 calories dancing at his sister's wedding.

Projects

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

 

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

 

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