Dana Rubin

Dana Rubin serves as Investor Relations Director at Pluristem (Nasdaq, TASE: PSTI), a clinical-stage regenerative medicine company using placental cells and a unique, proprietary, three-dimensional (3D) technology platform to develop cell therapies for unmet medical needs. Dana has over 20 years’ experience in executive positions in diverse sectors, hi-tech companies (Ectel, TIS), the finance sector (Leumi Bank) and the food and beverages industry (Neviot), with roles in strategy, research, global marketing, investor relations, public relations and Corporate Social Responsibility. In 2018 she founded Social Impact Israel to help startups and technology-based initiatives develop solutions for social and environmental challenges. Dana volunteer as a Board member and Head of Impact Development at the NGO-Natan International Humanitarian Aid, which is active in regions that are affected by global warming and help both climate change refugees and refugees in conflict zones. She serves as Co-Director and Ambassador at Startup Grind Tel Aviv, part of the global Startup Grind community which is operating in 600 cities globally helping promote innovation and entrepreneurship. Dana co-founded the Waste Innovation Project to give a platform for knowledge exchange between entrepreneurs and waste management experts. She participated in the project of translating the UN SDGs and adapting them to the Israeli market, a project led by the Israeli corporate social responsibility institute. Dana holds BA in Communications and Management and a MBA. She holds certificate in Sustainability Practices from The Corporate Social Responsibility Institute and she is a graduate of the Heschel Sustainability Center, at the climate change challenges program.