Born and raised in Kiryat Gat, Dor boasts a Bachelor’s degree in the history of the Jewish nation as well as politics and government. He then went on to complete an MBA, all in Ben-Gurion University in Beer Sheva.
As a teenager he was actively involved in the youth movement “Achrei”, and volunteered with the organization “Kulanu” which helps everybody (“kulanu”) in Kiryat Gat.
Dor served as a soldier and commander in the Givati Brigade, and commanded his soldiers during the fighting in Operation Cast Lead. He currently serves as a reserve officer in the 9271st Regiment as commander of an infantry platoon.
He currently serves as a parliamentary advisor to MK Yulia Malinowski, and as the CEO of the organization Kulanu. Kulanu was established in 2005 and its mission statement is social communal giving. As part of his role, he was awarded the title Minister of Aliyah and Absorption for Outstanding Volunteers of 2016 in light of his work and assistance to the Association for the Absorption of Immigrant Families.
Dor previously served as the chairman of the Tzeiri Yisrael Beiteinu, and was the field director of the Yisrael Beiteinu party in the 21st to 23rd Knesset elections. He even ran on its behalf in the 21st to 24th Knesset elections. In addition, he served as director of the business and industry association, and during his tenure took an active part in promoting the business licensing reform that passed in the Knesset in 2018.