Daniel Avraham
Yale University campus
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Israeli voted president of Yale student union
Daniel Avraham, 24, is first Israeli selected to represent students of Ivy League estanblishment
Daniel Avraham, an Israeli honor student, has been elected to serve as president of the YCC, the student union of Yale University.


Avraham is a 24-year-old Jerusalem native, a graduate of Gymnasia Herzliya high school in Tel Aviv, a former Israel Defense Forces intelligence officer and a second year student in the exclusive Yale program for ethics and economics.


Yale University's alumni include former presidents George Bush senior and junior, Bill Clinton, and former secretaries of state Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, as well as prominent philosophers, statesmen, and CEOs of leading global fortune 500 companies.



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