Nimrod Goor has served as a Trustee of the Weinberg Foundation since July 2019. Mr. Goor is a founding partner at Helios Energy Investments, Israel’s largest private equity fund specializing in renewable energy power generation, with more than $1 billion of investments in solar PV, wind, waste to energy power generation and energy storage in Europe and Israel. Prior to Helios, Mr. Goor was a partner at Precede Technologies, a seed stage technology investment firm investing in the cleantech sector. Mr. Goor has held multiple managerial positions in various technology and aerospace companies in the US and Israel, including Model N (“MODN” NYSE), MedSim medical simulation, and Banner Aerospace (“BAR” NYSE).
In addition to his business activities, Mr. Goor has been engaged in various nonprofit organizations in the US and Israel, including the San Francisco Federation, AIPAC, and Hausner Jewish Community Day School in Palo Alto, CA and the Gvanim Association in Sderot, Israel. Mr. Goor currently serves as a Board member at the Shalom Hartman Institute and is a member of the Steering Committee of The American Jewish Joint Distribution’s Lay Leadership Center in Israel.
Mr. Goor spent seven years with the Israeli Air Force as a combat pilot. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from Tel Aviv University and California Coast University and a Master of Business Administration from the Harvard School of Business Administration. Mr. Goor is a graduate of the Wexner Heritage Program from San Francisco.