Israel government has an excellent ambassador, Daniel Taub, who ensured that the lives of Israelis are no longer at stake in the UK as it had been before his term. He served as Israeli ambassador for only four years from 2011 to 2015, but his achievements are not easily attainable within this short time span.
He was fully committed to better the two countries being that he was born in the UK then moved to Israel. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://rabbisacks.org/rabbi-sacks-conversation-daniel-taub/ and http://chronicleweek.com/2017/09/israeli-ambassador-daniel-taub-un-agencies-are-effectively-supporting-palestinian-child-abuse/
He served as an ambassador without any form of discrimination or prejudice since he strived for the fairness on most of the facilities. In fact, Daniel Taub ensured that there is a free exchange of ideas and knowledge between the UK and Israel. He promoted many educational programs involving the two countries and ensured that there are intercultural experiences. These activities were all possible because Daniel Taub has a very sound pedagogical knowledge.
Daniel Taub, born in the UK in 1962, acquired both his primary, secondary and degrees in the UK making use of the skills at whatever stage in his life. To start with, Daniel Taub attended the University College in Oxford where he graduated with bachelor’s degree, and then went ahead for master’s degree from the University College of London.
Daniel Taub graduated with his Ph.D. from Harvard University in the school of governance. The renowned ambassador has a family that keeps on motivating him all the time in his work. He has a beautiful wife and active children, whom he feels happy to raise in his motherland in the UK.
Daniel Taub has had a sufficient upbringing experience that makes him fit well into ambassador’s position in Israel making him excel in all his endeavors. For instance, being a UK citizen by birth, Daniel Taub knows the challenges that the previous ambassadors had faced in the UK. Therefore, he tried at all cost to solve some of those problems.
Just before he was appointed, the former ambassador to Israel to the UK and so the Queen of England feared that he would not succeed in his work for the Israeli government. However, he accepted the task smilingly proving to the queen that he could triumph over the challenges that he was bound to face as the ambassador.
At the same time, he got motivation from the fact that he had once served in Israel’s Foreign Ministry as well as within the government in the office of the president.