Daniel Horowitz is a Genealogical Researcher, Lecturer and Author. Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, 1971. Graduate from “Moral y Luces Herzl-Bialik” high school (1989). Computer technician (1996) & BS.c. in computer engineering (2002). Specializations in education (1994) & management of educational institutions (2004). Educator at “Moral y Luces Herzl-Bialik” School (1991-2005) where he was computer instructor & teacher/director of the genealogy project "Searching for My Roots" editing and creating the material to be used; presents genealogy workshops for students and parents. Received “Project of the year” Herzl-Bialik school award (2001), “Gonzalo Benaim Pinto” Venezuela national award (2004). Daniel’s students received 9 consecutive awards (1997-2005) at the “Beit Hatfutsot / Museum of the Diaspora” international annual competition: "My Family Story." Founding member and lecturer of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Venezuela - AGJUVE (2001-2005). Residence in Israel since 2005; Member and webmaster of the Israel Genealogical Society (IGS) and the Horowitz Families Association. Lecturer at various International Conference as well as local genealogy groups. Working at MyHeritage (since 2006). Board member of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies - IAJGS (since 2008).


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