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Meital Stavinsky

Greenberg Traurig
Attorney

Meital Stavinsky’s law practice focuses on government relations with a primary emphasis on advising advanced technologies companies providing beneficial social and environmental impact in the areas of innovative Agtech, Cleantech and transportation. Other areas of concentration include Green Buildings, Corporate Sustainability and Climate Change. Meital participates in, and lends her expertise of technology and law to, many events and forums aimed at sustaining and improving the environment through technological advances both in Miami, Washington DC and Israel.  

Meital is a frequent speaker and author on technology-related advancements, including the panels “Leading Edge Trends in Food & Agribusiness – An Essential and Growing Economy, Innovation Panel”, “Women In Technology: Present and Future Trends of Tech,” and “Ubiquitous Water: How Innovation, Investment, Partnership and Education Can Empower Us to Enhance and Sustain Clean Fresh Water Supplies. She has been published in many tech journals, including Calcalist, Globes, and The Miami Herald. Meital is also an active civic and social leader on eco-sustainability. She is an external advisory board member to Wells Fargo’s Innovation Incubator (IN2), a program designed to foster innovative environmental technologies; a Board member of Dream in Green; and a member of the Women's Council on Energy and the Environment.  Meital also served as a judge in the CleanTech Open's Global Ideas Competition in Tel Aviv, Israel.
 
As an innovation and entrepreneurship enthusiastic, she is serving on the Advisory Board of the Miami Dade College, the Idea Center partnership with StartTau at Tel Aviv University, and she is a Strategic Partnership Committee Member with the Frost Science Museum.  Meital is also a Co-Chair of the Tel-Aviv University Alumni to the South East Region, as well as an AJC Board Member and AIPAc Washington Club member.

My Moderators Sessions

Monday, April 18
 

3:00pm EDT