Keren Raphael

Keren Raphael, Head of Human Resources, ServiceNow Israel

Keren Raphael is the head of human resources at ServiceNow Israel. She's an organizational psychologist and group facilitator who's passionate about leadership development, employee engagement, and personal growth. Keren also studies positive psychology and the future of work. 

Prior to joining ServiceNow, she was the head of HR at Avaya Israel and led the organization development of Avaya globally. She also filled HR leadership roles in companies such as Amdocs and Intel. 


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