Meet Oren Zeev, Tomer London and Eitan Konstantino — three Technion graduates that are changing the world.
The Technion-Israel Institute of Technology is one of Israel’s premier universities. Ranked among the world’s leading science and technology universities, the Technion is a major source of innovation and brainpower that drives the Israeli economy and leads to life-changing inventions for people all over the world. Its academic rigor and focus are comparable to MIT here in the United States. The American Technion Society, the U.S. arm of the Technion, provides support to the Technion so that it can continue to lead the way in science and technology for Israel and all of humanity.
Over the past couple of months, we had a unique opportunity to produce a video for the American Technion Society’s alumni networks that would tell the story of how Technion graduates are making a difference out in the field. Indeed, the alumni we met are not only making a difference but doing so with an incredibly far-reaching impact.
The video centers around three graduates of this prestigious institution. Zeev is an angel investor, a type of venture capitalist who independently invests in startups at an early stage and works directly with their founders. London is the CPO and co-founder of ZenPayroll, an automated payroll processing software that makes the process of paying employees easy and pleasant. Konstantino has dedicated his career to inventing revolutionary medical devices and is currently the CEO and co-founder of QT vascular, which makes devices that can treat vascular disease without implants or stents.
Each of these Technion graduates is playing a role in transforming the lives of others by using their deep technical knowledge to put ideas into action. Watch the video and learn more about the role their Technion education played in moving them toward success. You can also view it on the organization’s YouTube page.