As a fellow, Amos interned in the Chief Scientist’s Office at the Ministry of Industry Trade and Labor. His research focused on financing technological innovation in the mobile media sector.
Prior to joining the Milken Fellows Program, he worked in the Office of the Chief Scientist in the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources. His work included analyzing energy, environment and economic data and promoting the implementation of natural gas-based oil replacements for transportation purposes. In addition, Shtibelman was a research assistant at the Natural Resource and Environmental Research Center, where he participated in the EU-FP7 EASYBAT project, and the Everett Social Justice Fellow at the Social Economic Academy.
In the military, Shtibelman served as an infantry optics technician.
Shtibelman holds a B.Tech in industrial engineering and management from the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, and an M.A in natural resources and environmental management from Haifa University.
Currently, he is a consultant in the field of sustainability and clean-tech innovation at Ernst & Young.