Michal Bruck has extensive experience working in international development as well as working in Ethiopia. Michal worked for 6 years at the United Nations World Food Programme, and has managed a joint United Nations/Government of Ethiopia program to improve the in-country humanitarian supply chain. She also served in multiple disaster response operations, from the Kosovo Crisis in 1998 to the West Africa Ebola Crisis in 2014.
Michal consults regularly to international organizations such as UNICEF, UNHCR, and IFRC and is part of the Humanitarian Logistics Cluster surge capacity during international crises.
She holds an MBA from the University of Geneva specializing in management in international organization, and an LLB from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.