Shocron was born in 1999 in Argentina. In his teens, he was associated with local communities in Argentina. However, Shocron ultimately came to Israel to study and joined the Ambassadors Club at IDC University, where he completed four internships.
The first internship was through the CO-OP program at the Optibus School of Entrepreneurship.
The other three periods were related to governance, focusing on the diplomacy program at the Abba Eban Institute and the Peres (Yala) Innovation and Peace Center, and Signal (the Sino-Israeli communication network), respectively.
He is fluent in Hebrew and Spanish and works in the field of political economy.
He is a member of the Argov program in Leadership and Diplomacy. The program is the legacy of former Israeli Ambassador Shlomo Argov, who selects 20 elite IDC students and prepares them for key Israeli and Jewish leadership positions.
Shocron is also a member of the UAE-Israel Business Council (UIBC). The UIBC is the central and largest economic organization formed in the field of economical connections between the UAE and Israel. The council began operations immediately after the “Abraham Accords” between the two countries in August 2020. Shocron is consequently part of the Israeli regime’s push to counter its growing international isolation by normalizing relations with despotic Arab regimes.