As a fellow, Omri interned at the Ministry of Environmental Protection. His research focused on evaluating the financial feasibility and economic costs/benefits of green building construction.
Prior to joining the Milken Fellows Program, Carmon worked as an analyst for a strategic research and analysis company, focusing mainly on the areas of urban and environmental development through the lens of economics and management for ministries and organizations in the public sector. Carmon has also interned at a corporate responsibility consulting firm, where he worked on sustainability matters for major private companies and assisted in implementing CSR projects. During his undergraduate studies, Carmon also worked as a research assistant at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Sustainability & Environmental Policy Laboratory, and participated in a program that provided strategic consulting services to a non-profit organization.
In the military, Carmon served as a commander in a classified position within the Paratroopers reconnaissance unit and received two honorable distinctions during his service.
Carmon holds a B.A. cum laude in management, geography ,and environmental development from Ben Gurion University.
Currently, Carmon is pursuing an M.A. at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in environmental and resource management and policy, with a focus on urban and regional planning, and is also working at the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
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