As a Policy Manager, Bram supports EUSG’s programmes in their political impact. He facilitates the resonance of our transdisciplinary work’s outcomes on Anthropocene Thinking and Systems Change.
As a fellow, Bram pursuits new modes of policy-analysis and policymaking, where representation and democratic inclusion strengthen resilient, inclusive and sustainable social prosperity – addressing the centrality of human empowerment. He emphasizes the need for shifting the collective focus from reactive problem-solving to enabling spaces for co-creating the future – in particular, in political decision-making.
He gained expertise in marketing, political communication and policy advocacy as CMO for the world’s leading social innovation network, and his work for CSOs and INGOs. He holds a BA in Communication and an MA in Political Science from Tel Aviv University.