Dror Morag Member of the Board of Governors

Dror Morag has been a member of the Zionist Executive since 2010, and serves as Head of the Social Activism, Tikkun Olam and Preservation of Zionist heritage Department in the World Zionist Organization since 2020.

Member of the Executive and Board of the Jewish Agency for Israel.

Served as the Head of the Zionist Enterprises Department in WZO 2016-2020

Served as the CEO of Herzl Educational Center 2015-2016

Served as Secretary-General of Meretz from 2011-2015.

Served as Chairman and acting CEO of the Zionist Council in Israel in 2010-2011.

Served as Secretary-General of the World Union of Meretz from 2006-2010.

Dror Morag was born in Jerusalem and grew up in Ra'anana. He is married to Kati and a father of two girls - Neta and Zoe.  As a participant in  HaMahanot HaOlim youth movement, he spent a Shnat Sherut (Gap Year) in a Garin Nahal (No. 204) in Kibbutz Beit Keshet. Afterward, he served multiple times as a Jewish Agency shaliach to Camp Ramah, the summer camps of the Conservative Judaism movement.

He holds a Bachelor's degree in International Relations and Middle Eastern Studies from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He earned a Master's degree in Public Policy with a specialization in conflict management and mediation from Tel Aviv University.

He holds a certificate in mediation.

He has been a member of the Jewish Agency Board of Governors since 2010, and serves on the Board's Resource Development Committee, Israeli Society committee and the Assets and Liabilities Committee. Formerly he served on the Activism and Government Relations committees Audit Committee and the Membership Subcommittee.

He is a member of HaShomer Hatzair's Public Council.

He is a Board Member on Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium Secondary School's directorate.

He serves as a board member and Chair of the Finance Committee of the Jewish Agency Company Daroma Ltd.

He is a former member of the board of the Jewish Agency Company Idud.

Former Vice President of IUSY (International Union of Socialist Youth)