Zachary Wenner is an analyst at a Washington-DC based commercial real estate firm. He attended Dartmouth College, graduating as a presidential scholar and with high honors for his thesis on Shakespeare’s history plays. He interned in commercial real estate finance during his summers in college and has participated in several volunteer building projects—including Habitat for Humanity in Trinidad & Tobago and Homes for our Troops in Kensington, Maryland. After graduation, he worked in construction on a hunting lodge in Wyoming before returning to commercial real estate finance in Washington, DC. He currently volunteers at the FLOC center on the weekends, tutoring students from low-income families in the District of Columbia.
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Neta Map is a non-profit organization which details the ways in which Israeli eco-innovation has had a positive effect on the world. The organization will ‘map’ Israel’s collaborative efforts to address sustainability challenges such as food and water shortages across the globe. People often cite Israel’s important role as a ‘laboratory’ for innovation and note the groundbreaking ways in which those advances resonate throughout world. This project will bring those innovations to light, acting as a resource and database for the international community. The site will also select promising Israeli eco-innovations in the research and development phase and identify the regions around the world that can directly benefit from their application, providing those ventures with increased exposure and opportunities for international partnerships.