Among his other business activities Mr. Lautman is a Board member in Babcom Centers Ltd and in Collective Collection Ltd. Committed to social activity, Mr. Lautman is the Chairman of the Lautman Family Foundation. He is also the Chairman of the Board of Ma'ase, an organization that operates volunteer frameworks for young people in Israel, the Chairman of the Living Together initiative, promoting social cohesion in the diverse Israeli society and the Vice President of the Jewish Funders Network. Mr. Lautman is a Trustee in the Haredi Institute for Public Affairs as well as a member of the Tel Aviv University, the Haifa University and the Shenkar College Boards of Governors. Mr. Lautman holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science and Mathematics from Tel Aviv University and an M.B.A. from New York University.
As a previous Delta Galil Industries Ltd. Shareholder, with over thirty years of experience in the apparel industry, Mr. Dabah accepted the title of Chief Executive Officer in August 2008. Since his nomination he has made a significant change in the Company, changing its growth strategy and bringing it to approx. 1.5 $Billion, making Delta Galil one of the world's leading textile companies, which includes the brands Schiesser, 7 For All Man Kind, Eminence and more. For his great achievement he was awarded by Calcalist, one of Israel's distinguished business newspaper, Business Man of the Year. Among his noteworthy accomplishments in the past is the acquisition of Gloria Vanderbilt Apparel Corp in 1993, which was then sold to Jones Apparel Group. Mr. Dabah stayed on as Chief Executive Officer and in 2003 was promoted to Group Chief Executive Officer of the Jones Apparel Group Jeanswear Division, which included popular brands Polo Jeans, Gloria Vanderbilt, and L.E.I., totaling over $1.2B in annual sales. On December 31st 2004, Mr. Dabah left Jones Apparel Group to manage family resources and pursue other investment opportunities. Mr. Dabah serves in the Board of Governors of Shenkar College for Design, Art and Fashion and in the Peres Center for Innovation.
Mr. Baum is currently an entrepreneur. He previously (1994-2004) served as the Chief Executive Officer of Litam Garments Ltd., an Israeli apparel manufacturer. Mr. Baum served on the Board of Directors of Macpell Industries Ltd. from 1998 to 2005, an Israeli Apparel Company listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, and on the Board of Tefron, an Israeli Apparel Company traded in Nasdaq from 2000 to 2003. Mr. Baum holds a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and Management from Temple University in Philadelphia.
Founder and Managing Director of T.C Exports Ltd., the exclusive buying agent for the USA Home Depot, and OBI, the leading DIY chain in Germany. Mrs. Carmon is an active partner in several Israeli industrial entrepreneurial projects and serves as a Director in several Israeli public and private companies. She is also active in various philanthropic endeavors. Mrs. Carmon holds an MBA in Marketing and International business from UCLA University in Los Angeles, California. She is the recipient of several distinguished Israeli awards for outstanding exporter.
Mr. Shuki Gold, has held many leadership positions in the finance sector of ICL group. Since 2003 Mr. Gold served as the CEO of the Dead Sea Works and Rotem Amfart Negev. Mr. Gold had initiated and completed the merge of these companies into one group that became the largest group of the ICL group, ICL Fertilizers, and he was appointed as the new group CEO. Between 2004 and 2008 Mr. Gold served as Deputy CEO of ICL Group. Before joining Delta’s board of director, Mr. Gold served as the Chairman of OPC ROTEM, the first private electricity producer in Israel (440 MW), and the Vice Chairman of ICPower, a group of companies with an installed capacity of 4,000 MW in South America and Israel. Mr Gold holds BA in Economics from Ben Gurion University and MSc in Management from Ben Gurion University.
Since 2011 Mr. Weinstock is the COO of Delta Galil USA. Mr. Weinstock holds an MBA from Columbia University and received a CPA designation from the State University of New York.
Mr. Hunter is owner of the Green Lantern investment group, which holds controlling stakes in Gad Dairy, Holmes Place, and more. His past roles include a consultant position at McKinsey & Company, and CEO positions at Netvision, Shufersal and McCann Erickson. Mr. Hunter holds an LLB from Bar-Ilan University and an MBA from INSEAD.
Mrs. Gazit is a Director on the Boards of The Edmond Benjamin de Rothschild Assets Corporation and The Edmond Benjamin de Rothschild Caesarea Corporation, and an External Director on the Boards of Vitania Real Estate Company Ltd., Allium Medical Ltd., Melisron Ltd., Aeronautics Ltd., and Ratio Petroleum Energy - Limited Partnership. Mrs. Gazit was Head of Mergers and Acquisitions at Shikun & Binui Inc., part of the Arison Group, between 2010 to 2012. Since 2013 she has been providing merger and acquisition consulting services to various companies, including Ormat Technologies, Magal Security Systems, GP Minerals, and TSC. Mrs. Gazit holds a BA in Political Science, Sociology & Anthropology from the University of Haifa and a MSc in Management from the Recanati program at Tel Aviv University.
Mr. Sherf held several corporate CEO positions throughout his career, starting with Electra Ltd. from 1991 to 2005, followed by Electra Real Estate Ltd. from 2006 to 2010, and Azrieli Group Ltd. from 2011 to 2013. Today, he serves as an External Director on the Boards of Melisron Ltd., which he joined in 2014, and of Midroog Ltd., which he joined in 2017. Mr. Sherf holds a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from Ben Gurion University.