Jonathan BorowitzM25 - Meatmarket
Israel Defense Force Israel, 1997-2000
• Selected as Sergeant commander, led soldiers during training sessions and operational tasks. Cultivated motivation and discipline amongst new enlistees.
• Served in an infantry unit, training included: the quick mobilization of forces, bridging strategic defense lines and assisting a brigade in the crossing of military obstacles.
• Worked closely with high-ranking officers during Israel’s military withdrawal of Lebanon (2000).
• Received high acclaims; Nominated for the Israeli president’s ‘Award of Recognition’.
The Israeli Mission to the United Nations New York, 2003
• Filled an internship position as an assistant to the legal and political advisors of the Mission.
• Responsibilities included reviewing and preparing press communiqués and other documents for print.
New York University – College of Arts and Science January 2004
• Enrolled in a B.A. Political Science program. Courses include: Social movements and revolutions, Theories of democracy, US foreign policy, Western European Politics.
• Minor in History & Economics.
French Culinary Institute New York, 2001
• Completed 600 hours of intensive training in the Classic Culinary Arts program.
• Interned and worked at several restaurants in New York focusing on the business as well as culinary aspects of the food industry.
Ministry of Interior / Ministry of Finance – Israeli Government Jerusalem, 2008
• Advisor to the Minister
Café 48 Tel-Aviv, 2010-2014
• Chef & Owner
M25 – Meatmarket Tel Aviv, 2015
• Chef & Owner
• Meat-centered restaurant and butcher shop in the Carmel Market in Tel-Aviv