Agam Rafaeli-Farhadian is an opportunity aficionado. He is the head of corporate partnerships at the Public Knowledge Workshop, an Israeli NGO working to better the Israeli government through the use of open source technologies. Agam runs an opportunity generation consulting service helping people generate opportunities from their own digital networks. He is also the acting City Director for House of Genius in Tel Aviv, an invite-only event that brings geniuses and entrepreneurs together with the goal of helping ventures win via anonymous consultations. Agam is a major in the Israeli Defense Forces reserves. In 2013 he founded CodeM3lim, an Arabic online school for coding that is run from Israel by Israeli, at its peak had 1500 Egyptian students. In his spare time he is an editor of Wikipedia.