My favorite Israeli custom is - The transition from Memorial Day to Independence Day
My greatest Israeli childhood memory is - Summer vacation: pool, beach and hanging around with friends with almost no parent supervision at all
My first job was - Private tutoring, when I was in high-school
The one person I would really love to meet for dinner is - My dad, who passed away 12 years ago and whom I miss a lot
I am most motivated by - Potential for change and growth
I am most discouraged by - Dishonesty and malice
The worst piece of advice I was ever given is - Give up if you don't succeed rapidly
The quality I most admire in a person is - Integrity
If I wasn't doing what I'm doing now, I would - Apply to NASA’s astronaut program
If I could, I would go back in time and tell my younger self that - Dream big
My favorite Hebrew word is - Lefargen (make someone feel good without any ulterior motives, exists only in modern Hebrew)
One last thing before I go - The more you try, the more you actually do. And make great friends along the way!
Featured as one of the 100 Most Influential people in Israeli hi-tech and as one of the 100-tech-business-women-speakers in the world, Inbal took a leading role for the past 20 years in the flourishing Israeli Hi-Tech industry, starting in her military service, as Lieutenant in the IDF elite 8200 unit; continuing in her professional career as General Counsel and executive member to several start-ups and leading Israeli hi-tech companies and as serial business and social entrepreneur.
Inbal founded a series of programs for innovators, including Israel’s first start-up accelerator; serves on the advisory board of the top Israeli programs for entrepreneurship and as Senior Advisor to Start-Up Nation Central.
Currently, Inbal is co-CEO of Synthesis, providing leadership assessment and agile people development to select Private Equity and Venture Capital firms, CEOs and Board Directors. Synthesis’ methodology is derived from the unique experiences of elite military unit leaders, Harvard Business School coaching experts, and executive search industry pioneers.
Inbal lectures widely on the Israeli innovation and start-up ecosystem to business and government leaders around the world. Among her most popular lectures is "The Roots of Entrepreneurship" which analyzes how Israeli culture breeds entrepreneurship at a very young age and will be published as a book by Harper Collins. Inbal is also a contributor to Forbes where she explores how businesses can learn from the way military special forces’ units operate.
Inbal holds an LL.B. Law, B.A in Economics and MBA, Entrepreneurship and Strategy, from the Tel Aviv University. She lives in Tel Aviv with her spouse and three sons.