Ravit Barniv has promoted to CEO of Internet provider NetVision. Barniv, 38, previously served as CFO and logistics Vice President. Her appointment comes just one day after NetVision President and CEO Gilad Rabinowitz announced his resignation to the company's board of directors. He had held the job for all of one year. Before joining NetVision, Barniv served as CFO and Logistics VP at Golden Channels. Before that she held a similar position at Giltek Telecommunications. Barniv has an MBA from Tel Aviv University. She also holds a BA in economics and philosophy from Tel Aviv University.
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