Liat Krawczyk

Business Development Senior Manager, Compit
Tarrytown, NY

HIA Program:

Poland Poland 2007


Liat Krawczyk was born to Argentinean parents and grew up moving between Israel and the U.S. Most recently, she piloted the Pears Challenge, the first Israeli accelerator to help entrepreneurs develop innovative financially-successful sustainable ventures for Base-of-the-Pyramid markets. Prior to that, she worked with former Israeli Minister and Oslo Peace Accords architect Yossi Beilin at his international consulting and strategic investment firm "Beilink". There, she focused on business development in Emerging Markets, building relationships with high-level clients and connecting businesses to opportunities in the MENA, Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America markets. In West Africa, Liat is co-founder of The Jeneba Project, an organization that expands educational opportunities for youth in Sierra Leone and has worked as an evaluation consultant for SFCG and the Liberian Ministry of Youth. In the U.S., Liat worked at the American Bar Association's Center for Human Rights in Washington DC . She has served as a Humanity in Action Fellow in San Francisco and Poland, a NY Public Service Scholar Fellow, and a United Nations University Junior Professional Fellow. She holds a BA in Human Rights and Film and an MA in International Development.

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