As the Deputy Director of Perach Network (Education Ways), Michael oversees the Elad, Ramat David- special education and Meonot Bishvili day care centers. In the 2016-2017 academic year the Network provided 343 classes, served 7,524 students and employed 1,528 staff for programs across the country. In this capacity, Michael is responsible for strategic decision-making, managing every day operations, and for representing the organization to various government offices. In 2004, Michael served on the development and implementation team that built the Education Ways Network centers and infrastructure.Michael is a member of the Sitrin Youth Village Board of Directors and until 2013 served as the director general. Sitrin offers targeted programming to students who immigrate to Israel from the Former Soviet Union through the Naale Program, which supports children who make aliyah before their parents. While director general, Michael initiated and founded guiding principals for ultra-Orthodox teens thatcombined religious studies with core general studies. Prior to this role, Michael was the VP of the Or Avner Education Network in Israel, executive director of Or HaMelech and the CEO of the Diskin Institutions Network in Jerusalem
Michael resides in Beitar Illit. He is married to Rivka and has four daughters. In his leisure time he enjoys reading verdicts and laws.
Michael studied law at Uno Academic College and completed his religious education in the High Yeshiva, Netzer HaTorah in Jerusalem