Congratulations to Dan Padmor, the new CEO of Bet Hatfutstot.
Bet Hatfutstot announces that on Sunday, Dec. 9:
The Beit Hatfutsot Board of Directors chaired by Ms. Irina Nevzlin Kogan, appointed Mr. Dan Tadmor as CEO of Beit Hatfutsot. Mr. Tadmor, who has extensive experience in content development and management, will assume the position immediately.
Mr. Tadmor comes to The Museum of the Jewish People as a seasoned media executive with a track record of success in developing content-rich enterprises with both local and international players.
Until recently Mr. Tadmor managed Tel-Ad, a company engaged in the production of television channels for the Israeli and international multichannel industry. Prior to this position he served as CEO of the Israeli Music Channel, and worked for 18 years in management and content positions for the Yedioth Ahronoth group. He was the CEO and Editor in Chief of Yedioth Shurot Tikshoret, a leading Israeli media group where he spearheaded the launch and management of monthly magazines.
Dan Tadmor, 48, is married with three children. In the IDF he served as an officer in an elite intelligence unit. Mr.Tadmor is a graduate of the Department of Political Science, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he completed a bachelor’s degree with honors.
“On behalf of the Board of Directors, I wish the CEO-elect Dan Tadmor, every success in his new role,” said Ms. Irina Nevzlin Kogan. “Beit Hatfutsot is facing important challenges as it continues to position itself internationally as a key institution that focuses on strengthening Jewish identity and Peoplehood values. The planning of the new permanent exhibition is in its final stages, and at the same time the museum continues to produce exciting activities for the whole family as well as new exhibitions for the general public. We are convinced that with the appointment of Dan Tadmor as CEO, we will succeed in creating a new cutting-edge museum that will tell the ongoing and remarkable story of the Jewish People both in Israel and abroad”, continued Ms. Nevzlin Kogan.