The Jewish State on the Global Stage: A Conversation with Ambassador Meron Reuben
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From Colombia to the United Nations to Boston, Ambassador Meron Reuben has held some of Israel’s most important and sensitive diplomatic assignments.
Ambassador Reuben will be in conversation with his former speechwriter Nathan Miller, as they explore some of today's key strategic questions in Israeli diplomacy.
Ambassador Meron Reuben has served as the Consul General of Israel to New England since November 2020. Ambassador Reuben has a diplomatic career spanning over three decades, during which he has served in various positions, including roles at the Israeli embassies in Chile and Mexico, and as Ambassador to Paraguay, Bolivia and Colombia. Ambassador Reuben served as Israel’s ambassador to the UN between 2010-2011, and as Israel's Chief of State Protocol from 2015 to 2020. Ambassador Reuben was born in South Africa in 1961, and immigrated to Israel from the UK in 1974, where he studied Diplomacy and International Relations at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. During his military service, Ambassador Reuben was an air traffic controller in the Israeli Air Force. Ambassador Reuben is father to Jen and Liad, and partnered to David.
Nathan Miller is a communications strategist sought out by executives at the highest levels of business, government, and the non-profit world. Before founding Miller Ink in 2013, Nathan was the Director of Speechwriting for Israel’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations, serving as a senior communications adviser and the chief speechwriter for Israeli Ambassador Ron Prosor. Nathan also served as the policy director of the Homeland Security Advisory Council and as a Goldman Fellow at the Transatlantic Institute, a think tank in Brussels, Belgium.