Celebrated British native, Daniel Taub, is a former high profile diplomat for Israel. The last official government post that he held before his recent retirement from politics was as the Ambassador to the United Kingdom (during the years of 2011 through 2016). He has also worked as a successful writer and as an international attorney as well. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.thejc.com/lifestyle/features/farewell-mr-ambassador-interview-with-daniel-taub-1.67939 and https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/jul/13/israel-peace-pressure-israeli
Currently he fills the role of Director of Strategy and planning for the Rothschild’s Yad Hanadiu Foundation, located in Jerusalem. Daniel was no stranger to controversy in his political career, for example his visit to the city of Bradford In 2014, which had been declared as an Israel free-zone, when he was still Ambassador to Britain for Israel.
Born in 1962, Daniel Taub spent the beginning of his life in the United Kingdom. The impressive list of world reknown schools that he has attended in the past have included Harvard University, the University of London, and Oxford University.
During the late 1980s Taub moved to Israel for the first time, where he honorably and humbly served in the Israel Defence Forces as a combat medic. He was also employeed by the IDF as a Reserve Officer in the international law division.
Not long after Taub had moved to Israel, he began working for then President, Chaim Herzog. His experience in the IRF, as well as the technical speech writing that he did for Herzog, lead to him holding several political positions for the Government of Israel over the years of his life. The laws of war, counter-terrorism, and international law in general have been some of the main focuses of his life long career. Read more: Daniel Taub | Crunchbase
Daniel also spent a fair amount of time researching and buying intellectual property during the beginning of the technology boom at the end of the 21st Century. He has been an active writer on several subjects, with main focus on the State of Israel itself as well as the middle east in general.
His work has been featured in many prestigious publications around the world. Currently Daniel Taub continues his life long passion as a writer and world educator.