b'YADIN KAUFMANN, JD Yadin Kaufmann is a long-time venture capitalist in Israel. He co-founded Veritas Venture Partners in 1990 and in 2002 he also founded TmuraThe Israeli Public Service Venture Fund, a leading non-profit organization in the Israel high-tech sector. Since 2008, Yadin has been working to help create a Palestinian startup ecosystem. To that end, he co-founded Sadara Ventures, the first fund targeting investments in Palestinian technology companies; the Palestinian Internship Program (PIP), a non-profit organization that arranges internships for Palestinian university graduates at companies in Israel; and, the Palestinian Mentorship Program (PMP), which connects Palestinian business leaders and entrepreneurs with experienced talent in Israel, the U.S., Europe, and the Gulf. He also initiated an effort to provide financing from the U.S. Government for Palestinian economic development, with a focus on Israeli-Palestinian cooperation, that helped lead to the Middle East Partnership for Peace Act that the U.S. Congress passed in December 2020. Yadin received his B.A. from Princeton, M.A. from Harvard, and J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Law Review. His article Start-Up Palestine: How to Spark a West Bank Tech Boom was published in Foreign Affairs (July-Aug 2017). Also in 2017, Foreign Policy named Yadin to its list of Leading Global Thinkers. Yadin has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Anti-Defamation League since early 2019.'