Having a one on one with the Queen is no simple deal. All in all, Daniel Taub has had the opportunity, and he did not mince words. His meeting with Her Majesty the Queen was more than just business for him; it was an honor.
Dressed in a morning tailcoat, striped trousers, and the eye-scotching shined shoes, Daniel was more than ready to make the memorable appearance. He was the Ambassador of Israel to St James’ Court, and truth be told, even his newly acquired British haircut meant he was ready for business.
Daniel Taub has a history with his new home. He was born in Britain in 1962 and had grown to be a staunch Orthodox Jew despite having relocated due to matters of his State. He stands as one of the prominent diplomats for Jerusalem with strong convictions and practices. Learn more about Daniel Taub: https://www.bloomberg.com/authors/AC5IR9iOgJI/daniel-taub
It goes without saying that he was going to be missed as he embarked on a journey back to his maiden country. Emotional as it was, Daniel Taub had to return to Jerusalem. He had to surrender his British citizenship for a country he had lived in for less than 30 years.
However, he was proud that he would get the opportunity to bring up his family in their homeland. Besides, he acknowledges the fact that Britain had presented so many opportunities for him and his family. More importantly, he prides in having brought two nations with varying cultures closer to each other.
Daniel Taub was a man of the people. Many people that interacted with him attested to the fact that he not only brought individuals together but also nations. At his farewell party, his guests expressed sorrow to see him leave.
His record of achievements is impeccable, and he is ranked as one of the most successful envoys of Israel. He is the spitting image of the Israeli people and was only in the United Kingdom for the benefit of both nations. Read more: Daniel Taub | About and Daniel Taub | LinkedIn
Daniel Taub is also an international lawyer and a writer. He has served in various capacities as an Israel diplomat, for instance, as Israel’s Ambassador to the UK from 2011 to 2014. Also, he serves at Yad Hanadiv Foundation as the Strategy and Planning Director in Jerusalem.
Daniel Taub’s education background is rich and eventful. After his secondary school, he proceeded to study at Oxford University College, then to London University College and ultimately joined Harvard University.
After studies, he returned to Israel and served in various capacities before becoming a diplomat. His life as a diplomat has been marked with strong relationships and bridge building based on faith and hope.