Liad Levy-Mousan is a M.A. Student in Jewish Philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His Thesis focuses on the concept of Time in Martin Buber's writings. Liad obtained a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy at the Hebrew university and received certificates in Advanced Methodologies in Project Management from the Technion Institute, as well as in Oral History applied course from the Institute of Contemporary Judaism at the Hebrew University. Liad receives the Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Scholarship and is engaged as a research Assistant for Prof. Avihu Ronen (University of Haifa) in the "Hashomer Hatzair youth-movement documentation Project during 1938-1946" and in the project: "Traces of German-Jewish History: Preserving and Researching German-Jewish Archives in Israel" at the Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He worked from 2009 to 2015 in diverse functions that focus on Jewish and political education in Israel, Switzerland and Germany. Until October 2014 he was the director of the Youth department of the Jewish community center of Munich and Upper-Bavaria, Germany.