Hermon Greif, founder. Was member of Kibbutz Gevim and director of the Computer Unit of the Shaar HaNegev Educational Campus.
Rimon Levy, founder. Was member of Kibbutz Bror Chail; teacher at the Beit Hinuch Shaar HaNegev; CIO of the P.Sapir Academic College; Chairman of the Israel Internet Society.
Dov Winer, founder. Present CEO.
Limor Riskin coordinator of the inGenious project; the pilot program of the project ITEC, Designing the Future Classroom; MAKASH teacher training programs Israel; Ambassador for Scientix.
Yoav Peck, organizational psychologist. Took part in the implementation teams of the projects: ITEC, Designing the Future Classroom; inGenious; and Scientix.
Silvana Abush-Winer, psychologist. Coordinated the project ITEC, Designing the future classroom.
Shira Nahaloni-Gliksberg directed the campaigns Netdays; eSchola; Europrix Top Talents Awards; the CELEBRATE project on Learning Objects.
Andre Celeste, director of Anat-Keshev the corporation that operated the initial infrastructure for the MAKASH network for collaborative learning.
Yara Shulman managed Netdays Europe Israel; produced the MAKASH magazines including the Handbook for Educational Computer Mediated Communication Projects.
Neomika Zion coordinated the initial MAKASH network of schools for collaborative learning. Founder of Kibbutz Migvan in Shderot. Coordinator of the Yakov Hazan Center for Social Justice and Democracy at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute.
Sara Sharir coordinated the MAKASH network of schools for collaborative learning.