Daniel Agranov brings to the position of Deputy Consul General of Israel to New England more than a decade of experience in Foreign Service. He has been a member of Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2008, previously serving in embassies and consulates in Europe, Asia, and Africa.
After joining the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Daniel served his first overseas assignments at the Embassy of Israel in Angola (2009) and the Embassy of Israel in Kazakhstan (2010).
In 2011, Daniel moved to St. Petersburg, where he served as Deputy Head of Mission and led a historic effort to open the first Israeli Consulate in Russia.
In his first diplomatic posting in the United States, Daniel served as the Deputy Consul General of Israel at the Consulate in Houston (2014). After his successful tenure in the United States, Daniel moved back to Israel where he was appointed to serve at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the Department for Combating Antisemitism and Holocaust Remembrance (2017).
Agranov was born in Leningrad, USSR, and made Aliya with his family to Israel at the age of eleven. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Biology and a Master’s in Business Administration in Finance and Marketing, both from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Agranov is married to Nurit, and together they have three daughters and two sons.