Nir interned at the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Prior to joining to Milken Fellows Program, Lotan worked in the Ministry of Environmental Protection and was responsible for the economic analyses related to green building programs. His responsibilities included writing policy papers, conducting cost-benefit analysis and market research utilizing behavioral economics, and project financing methods. Before that, Lotan worked as data analyst at Adkit, the leading Israeli strategic research firm, as a member of the government and defense team, working with clients from the public sector and the private sector.
Lotan is a board member of Beshutaf, Jerusalem’s consumer cooperative. He also volunteered as family consultant in Pa’amonim project, where he assisted financially vulnerable families to develop and implement an economic recovery plan by providing emotional and practical support.
In the military, Lotan served as an intelligence officer in the elite intelligence unit 8200.
Lotan holds a B.A. in philosophy, political science, and economics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. During his studies, Lotan founded the program’s research journal and was elected as its chief editor. He is now pursuing an M.A. in business administration and urban planning from the Hebrew University.
Currently, Consultant at Shaldor.
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