Brachie Sprung is the Chief Communications Officer & Head of Investor Relations at aMoon, based out of the Fund’s Boston office. At aMoon, Brachie is responsible for fostering and managing relationships with the Fund’s global investor base and overseeing all marketing, communications, and brand strategy. In addition, Brachie works closely with aMoon’s portfolio companies, providing support around storytelling, external marketing strategy, and brand development. Brachie also spearheads the Fund’s ESG and Impact efforts, emphasizing its commitment to accelerating cure.
Brachie’s transition into HealthTech was a natural one, fueled by her excitement for the industry’s fast pace and rapid innovation. She was drawn to aMoon by her desire to support some of the most promising scientists by bringing their transformative and groundbreaking technologies to market.
Brachie brings a wealth of experience to aMoon, including work with philanthropists, entrepreneurs, investors, members of the press, and government officials. Prior to joining aMoon, she was the Director of the International Office of Jerusalem Partnerships, an initiative spearheaded by former Mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat, and global philanthropic foundations, focused on building public-private partnerships to benefit the city of Jerusalem.
Before that, Brachie was the Senior Advisor for International Affairs and Media to the Mayor of Jerusalem. In this capacity, she was the spokesperson for foreign media and responsible for developing strategy, building partnerships, and setting priorities for all aspects of international engagement and media. Brachie previously served as Associate Director of PresenTense, a social entrepreneurship program which operated in 11 cities around the world. She organized and hosted TEDx Jerusalem in 2012 and co-created the Magid Project, a storytelling and leadership initiative for 50 young emerging Israeli leaders supported by the Schusterman Family Foundation.
Brachie obtained her B.A. in political science and communications from Bar-Ilan University.