Since 2014, Jonathan Levi has been one of the top-performing instructors on the online learning platform Udemy, and has snowballed this success into the launch of his growing information products company, SuperHuman Enterprises, which has produced the top-rated Becoming SuperHuman Podcast; the bestselling “Become a SuperLearner” print, digital, and audiobooks; and numerous other online courses through it’s own online training portal, SuperLearner Academy. He is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Eyal Bino is a co-founder and partner at ICONYC labs, a customized acceleration program for top early-stage Israeli tech startups looking to become successful global companies via NYC. Born in Tel Aviv and educated in New York, Eyal’s passion has always been merging these two powerhouse tech ecosystems and suppporting exceptional Israeli entrepreneurs. He lives in New York with his wife, Dina, and their two kids, Ella and Micah. You can follow Eyal on Twitter @eyalbino.
Upon completing her stint here with us, we asked one of our especially wonderful interns, Rebecca, to consider writing a blog post for the natie site about the subject of her choice. One of our suggested topics was, “What’s it like to be an intern? And what would you want out of one anyway?”
Before sending the blog post, she sent us a personal note which deeply, deeply moved us.
Folks, sometimes we ask for a client recommendation. And we’re always thrilled when we get on. But this note? It came as a complete surprise, it wasn’t requested, and it’s one of the most precious gifts we’ve ever received. We’ve asked Rebecca if we could share it just because, well, it moved us so. And she said yes.
Thanks, Rebecca. Safe travels across Asia. We miss you already.
The natie team
(Rebecca, originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota, graduated from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in May 2016 before coming to Tel Aviv to intern for natie for 5 months. Next, she’ll be traveling in Southeast Asia for a while.)
Alan Wolk is an independent media analyst in New York and author of the best-selling “Over The Top. How The Internet Is (Slowly But Surely) Changing The Television Industry.” Wolk speaks frequently about changes in the media and entertainment industries, both at conferences and to anyone who will listen.