Daniel Taub was born in the United Kingdom. When he was a teenager he went to Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School which is a secondary school located in Elstree, Hertfordshire. For his college education he attended Harvard University, University College, London, and Oxford. As an Orthodox Jew, he then moved to Israel. He came back to the United Kingdom in 2011 when he was named as Israeli’s ambassador to the UK.

Over the course of his four years serving as Israel’s ambassador to the UK Daniel Taub found a great deal of success. The amount of trade between the two countries doubled in large part due to his efforts. He also worked hard to deepen the relationship the two countries have in other ways such as culturally and academically. He was also a strong advocate for other Jewish people living in the UK, especially on college campuses. He once said in an interview that people who supported Israel were met with intimidation, at colleges in particular. He thinks that everyone should be able to peacefully express their views.

When Daniel Taub first became Israel’s ambassador he met the Queen of England at Buckingham Palace. He was often interviewed by British media such as Today and Newsnight. He worked closely with those in business and academics in order to achieve success for both countries. He said that cooperation between the two nations was beneficial to both nations. When he left this position his farewell party was well attended and many of those in attendance said that they were sad to see him leave as he had done such great work. Learn more: http://www.daniel-taub.co.il/

Upon completion of his four-year tenure as Israel’s ambassador, Daniel Taub moved back to Israel. His job now is serving as a director at the Yad Hanadiv Foundation. He plans this organization’s overall strategy in order that they best support their mission. Yad Handiv Foundation is a nonprofit focused on the environment, civil society, education, and those in the Arab community.

Daniel Taub is also an author whose articles have appeared in many publications. Among the publications he was written for are The Guardian, The Times, and The Daily Telegraph among others. Additionally, he wrote a book called Parasha Diplmatit. His book provided his outlook on