Batsheva Moshe (35) is a manager of Poalim Hi-Tech in Bank Hapoalim. As part of her position, she is responsible for the bank’s high-tech branches network, and leads business development, creating collaborations with startups and high-tech companies in various stages of growth, recruiting companies as the bank’s customers, marketing and branding activity, developing new banking products and investing in venture capital funds.
In addition, Batsheva serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the “Poalim Bakehila” foundation – the philanthropic arm of Bank Hapoalim, in charge of the bank’s social involvement.
In her previous position at Bank Hapoalim, she served as a strategic consultant to the Chairman of the Board. As part of her position, Batsheva managed the Chairman’s Headquarters, working closely with the Chairman on the administration of work of the Bank’s Board of Directors and its committees, working with the Bank’s management, leading key projects, conducting collaborations and interfaces with external organizations, including the Bank of Israel, the Banks Association, the Manufacturers Association, other banks, media, etc., as well as initiating activities for the community, participating in events and conferences and more.
Before joining Bank Hapoalim, Batsheva served as CEO of Unistream association (2015-2019), which acts to reduce gaps and create social and economic leadership in the periphery by empowering young people, communities and teenagers from the periphery to entrepreneurship, high-tech and business and social leadership. Unistream works in all sectors of Israeli society, and operates 21 technology entrepreneurship centers and 170 teen entrepreneurship groups in about 75 localities in Israel. 3,500 teenagers and about 4,000 young adults participate in Unistream programs each year, and about 5,000 businessmen, entrepreneurs and investors volunteer as mentors in the association.
Batsheva began her career at Unistream as the director of the association’s Entrepreneurship Center in the city of Acre. After one year in this position, Batsheva joined the association’s management as the Director of Training Development and Unistream Fellowship. In 2015, Batsheva was appointed as CEO of the association.
At the age of 22, Batsheva joined a group of young families who arrived to Acre from all over Israel in order to lead community social activities in the city, and to strengthen the urban systems from within. As part of her activities in the city of Acre and the area, Batsheva has been involved in a variety of social and community initiatives in the city and has held a number of positions in the third sector, including managing a branch of National Service female volunteers, coordination of volunteer programs of students in schools, colleges and youth villages as part of the Perach Association, raising resources for a local association and more.
Batsheva holds a Summa Cum Laude B.A. in Communications and Human Services, and a Cum Laude M.A. in Organizational Consulting from the University of Haifa. In addition, Batsheva is a graduate of the “Kriat Kivun” program at Maoz, intended for training young people to integrate into managerial positions in the public sector. As part of the program, Batsheva served as an intern in the Haifa District Ministry of the Interior.
Batsheva is a member of the ROI community, as well as a member of the Board of Directors of the Ofanim Association for educational enrichment in the fields of science and technology in STEM for boys and girls from the periphery, in order to give them equal opportunities and reduce gaps in non-formal education.
In addition, she is a member of the Board of Directors of Sapir College in Sderot, the board of directors of Yozmot Atid association, Ofanim association, and a member of the public council of the Nature and Heritage Foundation (Nature and Parks Authority) and Momentum organization. In addition, Batsheva serves as a consultant for 12Angels – a venture capital fund that focuses on investing in startups of ultra-orthodox entrepreneurs.
Batsheva was chosen as one of the 40 most promising young people under the age of 40 by Globes (2017), as one of the 40 promising young people of The Marker (2015), and as one of the 21 influential women in high-tech by The Marker (2018).