Our Team

Human Value is Rare

Ionathan Lazovski

Ionathan Lazovski

Founder

Known as the “glue” of ParaGroup, Ionathan brings ideas, strategy, business and talent all to one place. His big vision ideas lead the company forward and towards continuous success.

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Bracha Copelan

Bracha Copelan

General Manager

An experienced civil engineer with a masters in industrial management, Bracha is able to decisively lead the company forward with clear and achievable goals.

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Dor Schreier

Dor Schreier

Chief Projects Officer

As a seasoned architect, product and generative design development expert, Dor is able to not only innovate groundbreaking ideas, he is able to execute them to completion.

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Gilad Alfasi

Gilad Alfasi

Project Manager

With a degree in architecture from the Technion, Gilad brings creativity and determination to the team. He is an experienced designer with a demonstrated history of working in the construction industry. Gilad's problem-solving skills and resolve to be the best helps us provide our customers with the best possible services.

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Shahar Abelson

Shahar Abelson

Project Manager

A polished and experienced project manager with an architectural degree from Bezalel Academy, Shahar knows many programming languages. He combines his strong arts and design professionalism with his technical skills to bring ParaGroup's mission to life.

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Vitali Skvirsky

Vitali Skvirsky

Computational Designer

A Technion graduate, highly skilled in Rhino 3D, Grasshopper, Computational Design, Training, and CAD/CAM. Vitali brings the technical skills necessary to make ParaGroup's algorithm run smoothly for all our customers.

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Itamar Yarden

Itamar Yarden

Intern

A third year software engineering student at Shenkar College, Itamar has a variety of powerful programming skills with a diligent attitude that helps ParaGroup reach our vision.

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