Dikla was born 39 years ago in Dimona and grew up in Hadera - this was the beginning of her climb up north…
Ever since she was a girl, she has worked and volunteered in her community, and she grew up with a strong social and Zionist ideological background.
Dikla has a B.A. in Psychology and Political Science, which gives her a good basic knowledge of working with local authorities and municipalities. She has also studied management of community projects and events' production, and has worked extensively with Branco-Weiss and as a community coordinator in various settlements in the north - Dovev, Dalton and Bar-Yohai.
The position of Program Coordinator in the Youth Futures program in Merom HaGalil - situated on the very border with Lebanon - offered Dikla the opportunity to return to her preferred work with children and people of her community.
She feels that this program will allow her to find self-fulfillment and believes that it will make waves throughout the region: "The Youth Futures program can be so meaningful for these children and can make a significant long-term change for the entire community. But it can also be so much more - it is bringing young adults to the area, committed to developing the confrontation line region. These two goals are what I'm working to achieve, through Youth Futures."