Moshe Mor is a Partner at aMoon. Prior to aMoon, Moshe spent 19 years with Greylock Partners, a prominent global VC firm. Moshe first joined Greylock as a General Partner in 2001 at their Silicon Valley office. In 2006, Moshe moved back to Israel to co-found Greylock Israel (now 83North). From 2012 to 2019, he was a venture partner with the firm while spending a significant part of his time on social and philanthropic projects.
Before joining Greylock, Moshe was a hi-tech entrepreneur. He co-founded SPL WorldGroup and led it as its CEO from 1995 to 2000; overseeing a rapid global expansion and growing the company to 1,000 employees. SPL WorldGroup was acquired by Oracle (NASDAQ:ORCL) in 2003.
Moshe serves as a board member of CET (MATAH), a not-for-profit that is the leading provider of education technology in Israel, and is the Chairman of MindCET, its EdTech accelerator. Moshe is also the chairman of the ‘National Lay Leadership Team’, an initiative with the JDC’s Institute for Leadership & Governance that aims to recruit leaders from the business and public sectors to serve on NGO boards.
Moshe holds a BS degree in Economics from Tel Aviv University and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar. He served six years in the Israeli Army as a Captain in the Military Intelligence branch.