THREE THINGS ABOUT… SAUL KLEIN
Having checked off more than 70 countries (including India five times), he's on the road every month working with international partners. “I like the experience of trying different things.”
His migration lineage is long: his grandfather left Lithuania for several years to train horses for the British Army in southwest Africa during the Boer War, and his father quit the then–soviet European country for Rhodesia at the beginning of the Second World War. “He had wanted to go to South Africa, but they had quotas on Jewish migration,” Klein says.
Klein has long been addicted to the works of Indian authors such as V.S. Naipaul and Arundhati Roy. “Perhaps there's an ex-colonial piece to why I'm fascinated–there are similar experiences,” he observes.