Geneva, Switzerland – In announcement made this week, the founder and president of United Hatzala of Israel was one of one hundred and ninety two people chosen to be honored as the Young Global Leaders of 2012 by the World Economic Forum, the Geneva based financial leader that hopes to foster global improvement by encouraging society’s leaders to use their unique skills to promote entrepreneurship on both a global and regional level.
Eli Beer was one of two Israelis chosen from a pool of thousands of nominees under age forty to be recognized for outstanding leadership, professional accomplishment and commitment to society. This year’s honorees were selected from a committee chaired by Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan, representing fifty nine different countries and diverse sectors of society including business, politics, the arts, social entrepreneurs and media. Previous honorees have included David Cameron, vice president of the United Kingdom, Larry Page, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Google and Mark Zuckerberg, creator of Facebook.
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