Lidar Grave-Lazi

Lidar Gravé-Lazi

Lidar Gravé-Lazi was The Jerusalem Post's education and social welfare reporter. 
 
Born in Tel Aviv, Lidar lived in Canada, Italy, and the United States, before making aliya in 2006.
 
She holds degrees from Johns Hopkins University (B.A.) and Tel Aviv University (M.A.) in International Relations and Strategic Studies with an emphasis on Israel-Diaspora relations and Middle Eastern affairs.

Israel and taxes

09/18/2019

Medical cannabis nation

09/05/2019

China needs tech and Israel can provide it

07/18/2019

The Ritz-Carlton, Herzliya: An oasis of peace and relaxation

07/07/2019

The power of the Israeli entrepreneur

06/13/2019

Israeli startups, IPOs and beyond

05/15/2019
RAN GAVRIEL ZIVAN, head of Innovation and Digital Investments at Bank Leumi. (Courtesy)

Bank Leumi’s Ran Gavriel Zivan on creatively solving problems in a new way

02/13/2019
Bank Leumi

Innovation in banking

02/12/2019
Leumi Tech CEO Yifat Oron.

The intersection between banking and hi-tech

12/27/2018
Weizmann Institute of Science

Weizmann Institute 45th in world, university ranking organization finds

05/29/2018

Blavatnik Family Foundation awards $16m. to Tel Aviv University

05/21/2018
Tel Aviv University

TAU, Indian Tata Trusts launch joint Indian Center for Agri and Allied Tech

05/14/2018
Israelis celebrate as they hold Israeli flags during a parade marking Jerusalem Day.

Jerusalem residents tend to be happy, says report

05/10/2018
Supermodel Bar Rafaeli and Randall Lane, Chief Content Officer at Forbes Magazine at the Forbes Unde

'Forbes’ 30 Under 30 summit draws hundreds to Israel

05/09/2018
High tech students

New govt program aims to provide free training, job placement in hi-tech

05/06/2018
 The 134th Battalion on reserve duty

Universities to grant credits for reserve duty

05/01/2018

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