Yehuda serves as the deputy director general for Bnei Brak’s Economic Company. In this role he manages projects for the municipal administration, and strives to develop and enhance the city's real estate including housing, commerce, offices and infrastructure. Yehuda founded Telem, an organization which builds sustainable models for the ultra-Orthodox community in the areas of economics, education and society. He is a fellow at the Samuel Neeman Institute for National Policy Research at the Technion, wrote the EMC (English, Math and Computers) Studies Report, and spearheads initiatives to strengthen excellence in the ultra-Orthodox education system. Yehuda has worked as a lecturer and a social activist for many years, striving for the economic development of ultra-Orthodox society and for inter-sector discourse.
Yehuda lives in Haifa with his wife, their lovely daughter and four sons. He enjoys studying the Torah, reading philosophy books and cooking.
Yehuda has an undergraduate (BSc) degree in industrial engineering and management from the Technion and a graduate degree in Israeli History from the University of Haifa.