The World Chairman of Keren Hayesod, Eliezer “Moodi” Sandberg, was born in Haifa in 1962. After graduating from high school, he studied law at Tel Aviv University.
Eliezer “Moodi” Sandberg
The World Chairman of Keren Hayesod, Eliezer “Moodi” Sandberg, was born in Haifa in 1962. After graduating from high school, he studied law at Tel Aviv University. He performed his army service as a military prosecutor, achieving the rank of lieutenant. Mr. Sandberg was elected to the Knesset at 1992 as a member of the Tsomet party. He held various posts in the government, serving as Minister of National Infrastructure, Member of the Economic Cabinet, Minister of Science and Technology, Chairman of the Ministerial Committee on Science and Technology, and Deputy Minister of Education, Culture and Sport. During his 14-year tenure in Israel’s parliament, he served on many important committees. He held a number of major positions, including that of Deputy Chairman of the Knesset and Chairman of the Subcommittee for the Corporations Law Bill along with being the Secretary General of the Tsomet party. Since retiring from politics in 2006, Mr. Sandberg has served as a director, consultant, and agent for various Israeli and foreign companies. He has also held various public positions, among them Chairman of the Ethiopian National Project and of the National Innovation Fund of the Republic of Kazakhstan. He and his wife, Einat, are the parents of three children.