Chani was born in Kfar Saba
During her time at the IDF, she served with Matan Vilnai, head of the IDF Personnel Division.
After her service she worked for Ackerstein, a big construction company. Later on, she started studying PR and Communications at the College of Management in Ramat Aviv. Meanwhile, she also started working for attorney Dr. Segev.
She was part of Rahav Communications since the very beginning, already 28 years ago, since 1992. At first she started doing everything, not only admin work. Today, as an office manager, she is responsible for the entire secretary team, along with Ran and Hila’s diaries.
“Thanks to Ran Rahav’s love for the arts, I also learned to appreciate it a lot. I love painting, and am taking a painting course at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art”
Sharon Ben Porat – Deputy CEO
Sharon was born and raised in Ramat Gan. She is married with two kids. During her time in the army she was a teacher at the Education Corps for 2 years. She got her first degree in Social Work at the university of Tel Aviv, and after that she also worked in the field at Tel Hashomer Hospital for 2 years. After leaving social work, she worked in HR. In the year 2000, she got the opportunity to start an internship at Rani Rahav Communications, which she took. 20 years later, she is still here and is acting CEO of the company.
Over the years, Sharon has dealt with clients in the fields of consumer products, lifestyle, fashion gastronomy and capital markets.
“My biggest passion is traveling around Israel. From having a little adventure to a beautiful relaxing area, with my husband and kids we make sure to explore a new place every weekend. I mainly love the desert
Yifat was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where her family was stationed for an IDF mission. When she was one year old, the family returned to their home in Ramat-Gan.
During her elementary years, Yifat also moved to New York, where she and her family spent 3 years as part of another expedition of the Ministry of Defense.
As a teenager, she was an outstanding athlete, majoring in athletics and long distance running. She also played a lot of handball and was the captain of Maccabi Arazim Ramat-Gan team.
Yifat served in the IDF for 5 years, in a variety of commanding roles, ranging from Class Commander to a Company Commander, to then becoming an instructing officer.
Upon her release, she went to the Academic College of Management in Tel Aviv, where she studied Communications and Management and graduated as an outstanding student, while working at the Ministry of Defense at the same time.
Yifat started her part time Internship at Ran Rahav Communications in 1999. At the end of the internship, she was offered a full time position, and has been working with Ran and Hila Rahav for over 20 years.
She currently holds the position of Deputy CEO.
In the office, Yifat mostly deals with hi-tech and telecommunications accounts, along with cinemas, TV, movies and real estate.
She is married and has two kids.
“In my spare time I love to play chess, read and solve logic puzzles. It’s a great way to spend time with my family.”
Mili was born and raised in Tel Aviv. She served in the Intelligence Corps. Mili received her Bachelor Degree in behavioral sciences and communications from the College of Management. Her MA was completed at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the department of Communications and journalism.
Mili started her professional career in communications in 2000, as a journalist and producer in Maariv newspaper. After three years, she left the newspaper, and started to pave her path in PR.
Mili has 17 years of experience in public relations and spokespersonship, of which 14 are with Rahav Communications. Since May 2018, she has been serving as Deputy CEO.
Mili has vast experience in dealing with clients from the fields of capital markets, hi-tech, bio-tech, agro-tech, shared transportation, and real estate. Mili has been working with clients trading on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, as well as publicly traded companies in China and the US.
Mili is married to Roei, and is a mother of Guy, Omer and Ron.
“In my spare time, I exercise, for my soul and wellbeing. I love to travel with my family all over Israel, and to discover new places around the world.”
Adi was born and raised in Petach Tikva, and was part of a dancing school when she was younger.
During her time at the IDF, she served as a Human Resources NCO. Later on, she studied Communications at Tel Aviv University.
Today, she lives in Givat Shmuel with her husband Erez and three daughters: Talia, Sarah Ella and Abigail.
She has been working in Rahav Communications for over 16 years. Adi started as an account manager, promoted to VP in charge of content, and in recent years she is deputy CEO. Adi has been handling diverse projects and clients, focusing on clients in the fields of education and academia, healthcare, NGOs, career development and welfare.
In addition, Adi has been lecturing at the Peres Academic Center for over 3 years. Her course “Public Relations and Crisis Management” is a part of the bachelor’s degree in management.
“In my free time, I love cooking and going to the cinema.”
Anat Bar-lev Unizmam
Anat Bar-lev Unizmam, Deputy CEO at Rahav Communications, is married and is a mother of three.
Anat served as an officer in the IDF in the IAF (Israeli Air Force). She served as chief of staff for the deputy commander of the entire IAF, and as the operations officer of a helicopter squadron at Tel Nof base.
Anat studied theater and political science in Tel Aviv University, and graduated with honors. Her masters were in political science and political communication.
Anat has over 20 years of experience in public relations. In 2007, she joined Rahav Communications, and in 2016, she was nominated as Deputy CEO. Anat deals with a wide variety of clients and brands, both international ones and Israelis. Anat leads the PR, spokespersonship and communications for clients in the fields of automobiles, industrial manufacturing, consumer products, tourism, gastronomy, fashion, design and more.
“Our dog, which entered our life recently, is a new love. Our kids are now older, and its joy, when I return home late from work, is one of the sweetest things I’ve ever experienced..”