Boaz Dinte

Managing Partner Boaz has a vast investing experience of over 20 years. He joined Evergreen Venture Partners in 1996, the early days of venture capital in Israel, and over the years has led investments and was involved in many startups. Boaz was personally responsible for some of the most significant exits at Evergreen. He became a Managing Partner in 2004 and together with his Partner Erez Shachar led Evergreen’s activities.

Prior to Evergreen Boaz was responsible for building the sales and marketing infrastructure in Europe and Asia as Director of Business Development and Marketing of M-Systems (NASDAQ: FLSH). He joined M-Systems from POC, one of Israel’s leading management consulting firms, where he worked as a senior consultant with many of Israel’s leading technology companies in the early 90s.
Boaz is currently involved in the following companies: Pontis, Qualisystems, eASIC and Notal. Boaz previous involvement in Evergreen portfolio companies include: Exalink (acquired by Comverse), P-cube (Cisco), Dune Networks (Broadcom), Aeroscout (Stanley Black & Decker), Metalink (IPO), BigBand (IPO), AVT (IPO) and Envara (Intel).

Boaz earned a B.Sc from the Technion in Electrical Engineering, and received an MBA from Tel Aviv University.


Erez Shachar

Managing Partner Erez has extensive hands-on operational as well as investment experience in Israeli high tech. He joined Evergreen Venture Partners as Managing Partner in 2004 and together with him partner Boaz Dinte led the firm’s activities focusing on investments in internet and enterprise software.

Erez started his career as a software engineer in Scitex, one of the first start-ups coming out of Israel, and the first Israeli technology company to go public in NASDAQ. After receiving his MBA from INSEAD he rejoined Scitex and ran its European Sales and Marketing operations. In 1997, he joined Nur Macroprinters, at the time a young Start-Up as CEO and led the company through its rapid growth stages to global leadership in its field. Nur was publicly traded in NASDAQ and eventually acquired by HP.
Erez currently sits on the board of directors of Fiverr and Taboola. He was previously a board member of Evergreen portfolio companies Varonis Systems (IPO), Traiana (Acquired by ICAP), Identify (BMC Software), Itemfiled (Informatics Corp), eGlue (NICE), Aduva (SUN Microsystems).

Erez received a B.Sc in Mathematics and Computer Science from Tel Aviv University and earned an MBA from INSEAD.


Sivan Shamri Dahan

Partner Sivan joined Qumra Capital from Evergreen Venture Partners, bringing with her more than 10 years of experience in venture capital investments. Sivan joined Evergreen in 2004 as a principal focusing on investments in Communications, Enterprise Software, and New Media. She was responsible for the screening and analysis of potential investments, and for leading due diligence and investments processes.

Prior to Evergreen, Sivan was responsible for acquisition of FTSE 500 key accounts in O2 Telefonica UK as a Business Development Manager. Prior to O2 she was a Sales & Marketing Manager at Starhome, a leader in value-added mobile roaming services and a Comverse affiliate, where she was responsible for building the sales & marketing infrastructure in Europe. Before that she served as Sales and Marketing Manager in Elgadphon Group.
Sivan was closely involved in the investments of Fiverr, Qualisystems and eASIC as well as in Evergreen’s past companies Dune Networks (acquired by Broadcom) and in Aeroscout (Stanley Black & Decker).

Sivan holds a BA in Business Administration majoring in Finance from the Israel College of Administration, and an MBA from the University of London.


Noa Korman

ANALYst Noa joined Qumra Capital as an Analyst in October 2015. Prior to Qumra, Noa worked at PriceWaterhouseCoopers for 5 years as Valuation & Strategy Manager, gaining vast experience in performing business valuations, financial analysis and companies due diligence, as well as providing economic consulting services.
Previously Noa held several technical positions at HP and Ness and was a computer technician in the IDF’s intelligence corps. Noa is a Certified Public Accountant (Israel) and holds a BA in Accounting and economics from Tel Aviv University. She enjoys swimming, loves cooking and appreciates graphical design.


Daniel Slutzky

Chief Financial Officer Daniel joined Qumra Capital from Benchmark Capital Israel where he served as Operating Partner and CFO since the initiation of the fund activities in Israel in 2001. At Benchmark, Daniel was responsible for the investment operations of two Israel-dedicated funds ($500M) and other operational, legal, and financial aspects of the firm.

Prior to Benchmark, Daniel was Director of Finance at several 3Com Corp. Divisions, responsible for the cash management, financial planning, reporting and control of the Divisions. In this role Daniel provided business support to senior management teams during all stages of business development and growth.
Before joining 3Com, Daniel was the CFO and Senior VP of ICTS Holland BV, a leading international aviation security company. He established the worldwide headquarters of ICTS in Paris, France, and 25 subsidiaries around the world, and led the planning and implementation of a worldwide tax and operational infrastructure for a fast-growing international services company. Daniel also led M&A negotiations and due diligence processes with companies in the US and Europe.

He is a Certified Public Accountant (Israel and Argentina). He teaches Innovation Financing and Financial Management to first time entrepreneurs, and he is a certified yacht skipper and martial arts practitioner.


Kerry Eladi

Office Manager Kerry joined Qumra Capital as Office Manager in September 2014.

Kerry is highly experienced in the VC world after having worked for more than 14 years at The Challenge Fund Etgar L.P. Prior to joining the VC world Kerry was administrative officer to the British Gas Exploration team in Israel.
Kerry has a Diploma in Business Management from the Graduate Institute of Management & Technology in South Africa.