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Ido Livne

Deputy Director Of The Southern Division, Ministry Of Interior

Professional background

At the start of his professional career, Ido worked in marketing and journalism. He has spent the last decade in the public sector as deputy director of the Jerusalem Division and later of the Southern Division, working with councils to enhance and optimize their services, with an emphasis on councils with marginalized populations. By adapting existing tools and expanding access to solutions, he is able to reduce the gaps between different councils and groups in the population. He relishes the opportunity to play a meaningful role in finding solutions to strategic issues and shaping broad policy decisions that incorporate additional government ministries. He is also able to do this through his role in the district planning and building committee and as a director of the Negev Development Authority. Over the last two years, he has led the implementation of Government Resolution 2397 regarding the Bedouin community in the Southern Division, managing budgets totalling NIS 600 million.

About

He lives in Kibbutz Ruhama in the Negev. He is married to Alexandra and is the father of Noam and Gili. He enjoys hiking and nature, and sporting disciplines that take place out in nature such as mountain biking and skiing.

Education

He has a bachelor’s degree in management from Ben-Gurion University, with a specialization in marketing, and an Executive MBA from Bar-Ilan University.