Daniel Taub Used Ambassador Opportunity to Get Back to His Roots

Daniel Taub is a diplomat. He knows a lot about handling stressful situations and he works to ensure he’s a neutral person when it comes to conflict. He spent most of his career learning how to be a good diplomat and that goes back to the work he did while he was an ambassador in the UK.

Since his roots were in the UK, but he lived in Israel, the position was a perfect fit. He was a great blend of both the countries and that allowed him to be someone either one could rely on when they were dealing with the embassy.

When Daniel Taub received his education in the UK, he knew it wasn’t where he was going to stop. Instead, he chose to continue making more opportunities for himself. He wanted the best education he could get and that allowed him to keep working toward better opportunities. Learn more about Daniel Taub: http://www.embassymagazine.com/biog/biog_countries/biog_emb37_israel.html

Since he knew the best education came from The States, he decided that would be where he was going to go. He attended Harvard and learned how to make a difference while he was at school there. He spent most of his time learning more about diplomacy. After Harvard, he moved to Israel.

Even though Daniel Taub sees Israel as his home, there are still things he misses about the UK. He always wanted to go back but didn’t want to live there for the rest of his life. He thought there would be opportunities for him and he was right. Read more: Daniel Taub | Wikipedia and Daniel Taub | LinkedIn

The ambassador position gave him exactly what he was looking for. He could live in the UK full-time while still being an Israeli citizen. He made sure he learned as much as he could about it before he took on the position, but it worked out for both him and his diplomacy goals.

After serving as the ambassador, Daniel Taub knew what he wanted to do for his line of work. He started working as a director for a non-profit. His experience as a leader at the embassy made it easy for him to transition into a director role.

It was also easy for him to make sure he was doing everything right because he knew what he wanted to get from the position.

The non-profit had tremendous growth from the time Daniel Taub started working there. He knew what he could do and how he could help people grow even more with the non-profit.