I was born in France in 1968. My family decided to make Aliyah in 1972 and chose Dimona as our home. After graduation, I served in the IDF fighting engineer forces, where I completed a company command course and a X course. (÷åøñ îù÷é çáìä)
After completing my military services, I completed my B.A. in Political Science and International Relations at the Hebrew University, and was active in the students' rights struggle. I was also active in the Knesset as Assistant for Social Affairs to MK Shlomo Buhbut, now Mayor of Maalot. I then completed my M.A. in Public Administration at the Ben Gurion University in Beer Sheva.
During the past years I have served as a young delegate to the 34th Zionist Congress and was involved in Zionist work for the Jewish Agency - but I felt the need to return to Dimona and give back to the community in which I was raised.
That is why I left everything and applied for the Youth Futures Program Coordinator position in the city. I hope that through Youth Futures and the Jewish Agency's support, I can help children in my hometown to empower themselves, and give them tools needed to grow in the local society today - a true challenge and a wonderful opportunity.