Writer and Media Communications Associate Ariel Bildner works with The Israel Project, an international nonprofit educational organization. In this capacity, Ariel Bildner planned numerous press briefings to present Israeli current events in an unbiased, truthful manner. The Israel Project conducts these informative press conferences in order to improve the global perception of Israel and the Middle East. Mr. Bildner’s efforts with The Israel Project include researching news developments, creating press releases, obtaining background information, and making arrangements for various media events. Additionally, Mr. Bildner contributed to a major initiative at The Israel Project that involved the voting records of United Nations member states.
Ariel Bildner earned his Bachelor’s in History from Yale University. While studying at Yale, Mr. Bildner was an intern at the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life. Immediately after earning his degree, he held several internships with such organizations as Yedid: The Association for Community Empowerment, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and the JTA (Jewish Telegraphic Agency). He presently maintains a Maccabi Haifa Basketball Club internship, which he received through MASA Career Israel. In his spare time, he enjoys crossword puzzles, snowboarding, basketball, and tennis.