Daniella Ben-AttarRepresentative Israel
Daniella has over 20 years of experience developing and managing international development programmes. Her areas of expertise include youth participation, urban governance, municipal capacity building, city-to-city cooperation, peacebuilding and ICT for development. As part of her current role, she is applying her global experience working at the intersection between children/youth and urban development to implement the Foundation’s Urban95 strategy in Israel and contribute to its strategic development globally.
Prior to joining the Foundation, she worked as an independent consultant for UN-HABITAT, UNIFEM, the World Bank, corporations and NGOs worldwide. Throughout her career, she has focused on the critical role that young people can play in developing their communities. Daniella holds an MA in Political Science and International Relations from Tel-Aviv University, Israel and a BA in Government and International Relations from Clark University, USA.