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Kenneth Bob is the president of Ameinu, the American Labor Zionist organization. He was elected at the national convention of the Labor Zionist Alliance in 2004, when the decision was made to modernize the organization, which included changing the name of the organization to Ameinu, which means "Our People" in Hebrew. Bob is a member of the Executive of the World Zionist Organization and a member of the Jewish Agency for Israel's Board of Governors, following his election at the World Zionist Congress in 2006. He is a member of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations and a member of the Jewish National Fund Board of Trustees. Bob is a member of the Advisory Board of J Street, a pro-Israel, pro-peace, Washington, D.C.-based public advocacy group.

Bob was one of the founders of the Habonim Dror Foundation (HDF) in 1995. The Habonim Dror Foundation was established to provide financial support for Habonim Dror North America at a time when support from other funding sources was dropping. Bob initially served as Vice-Chair, became the Chair in 1999, and served in that role until 2005. Bob served as the mazkir (national director) of Habonim Labor Zionist Youth of North America (before its merger with Dror) from 1973–1975.

In addition to his volunteer work in the Labor Zionist and Jewish world, Bob works as a management consultant for emerging technology companies. In the past, he has been CEO, president, or held other executive positions at several software companies, including Lightstone Group, Descartes Systems Group, Safe3w, and iPass. Bob is a member of the Board of Directors of two technology companies, HOVR and G2Planet. He is a member of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the Long Island Children’s Museum.




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