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Meet Our Co-Chairs

Photo: Ilanit Aminow   Photo: Alon Nachmany

ILANIT AMINOW, MD, New York Co-Chair, is a physician at St. Francis Hospital | The Heart Center. She is board certified in internal medicine and has been practicing for more than five years. She completed her residency training at North Shore University Hospital. Dr. Aminow is an active member of the American College of Physicians and has recently earned an advanced designation as Fellow in Hospital Medicine. She also serves as a member of the St. Francis Hospital Health Information Management Committee and the Nutrition Committee. Dr. Aminow was born in Jerusalem, moved to New York as a child and grew up with a self-described yearning to be in Israel.

MD, TAU 2005


ALON NACHMANY, New York Co-Chair, is a Financial Technologist at Forex Capital Markets (NYSE: FXCM), the world's leading online Forex trading and CFD broker. He has a deep background in Information Security, Financial Automated Trading, Ultra-Low Latency High Frequency Trading and IT Project Management. Mr. Nachmany grew up in Alpine, NJ, and Kfar Shmariyahu, Israel.

MBA, TAU, 2010
BA, IDC Herzliya, 2008

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