Attorney Michal Gera Margaliot is the executive director of the Israel Women's Network since November 2016.Over the past decade, Michal has been active in promoting women's rights and raising awareness to the issue. Prior to becoming the executive director of the IWN, Michal served as a parliamentary advisor and chief of staff of MK Merav Michaeli, for four years. In the years 2010-2012 she completed her pre-internship and internship at the Orna Lin & Co. law firm, which specializes in labor law. In the years 2007-2010 Michal was the coordinator of the Laufer Institute for Women's Studies at the Hebrew University.
Since 2012, Michal served as a member of the IWN's board, the organization's Jurist Forum and Finance Committee.
Michal has a BA in philosophy, economics and political science, an additional bachelor's degree and master’s degree in law, specializing in gender studies.
Adv. Gili Zinger has been the IWN’s director of the legal department since February 2018.
Prior to joining the IWN, Gali ran the Social Justice Clinic at the Ono Center for four years. She worked to promote the rights of the disadvantaged community in the workforce and instructed students that provided legal advice and representation to applicants of the clinic. Between the years 2009-2012 Gali worked as a senior lawyer at the law firm of Orna Lin & Co., specializing in labor law. After her internship at the Stanford T. Kolb & Co office, Gali worked as a lawyer in various fields of civil and commercial law.
Gali holds an LL.B. from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, an LL.M. (cum laude) from Tel Aviv University, and has been a member of the Israel Bar since 2000.
Adv. Amit Kobo-Rom is the director of the IWN hotline for Women's Rights at Work and is responsible for the enforcement since February 2018. Amit has worked as a labor law attorney, specializing in labor law litigation, drafting personal and collective employment agreements. In the years 2015-2018 Amit worked as an advocate in Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co. law firm.
Amit holds a BA (LL.B) in Law from Tel Aviv University (2013) and is a member of the Israel Bar since 2014
Elinor Davidov joined the IWN in January 2017 as the director of Women's Exclusion project at the Israel Women's Network. Elinor began her work at the Israel Women's Network after spending a year campaigning against the cancellation of early childhood custody. In this campaign, despite the complexity of the subject and the emotional turmoil that it triggered, it succeeded in raising the issue in the public discourse, and allowing the voices of women to be heard.
Prior to working in the NGO sector, Elinor worked for the “London and Kirshenbaum” news magazine program for more than five years. She began her career as a researcher and concluded as one of the program's editors. During her years in the Israeli media she played a key role in the early stages of the founding of the Journalists' Organization, where she was a member of the secretariat for more than two years, and was one of the founders of the Women's Journalist Branch. The years of work in the Israeli media constituted another facet for her activism for women's rights, when she openly promoted the presence of women on the screen.
Elinor holds an MA in Interpretation Studies and Culture Studies at Bar Ilan University, and a BA in East Asian Studies and Film from Tel Aviv University. Together with her partner, musician Mia Danon, wrote the children's book "Symphony of a City".
Attorney Shai Oksenberg works as the director of the organization’s policy and legislation department since February 2020.
Shai clerked and worked as an attorney at Orna Lin & Co. Law Firm in the fields of labor and pension law. She also worked as a teaching and research assistant and as an academic editor and has extensive research experience in issues concerning women's rights, in particular as regards economic and social spheres. In addition, Shai worked as an intern at the Legal Unit of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Representation in Israel and prior to joining IWN, she worked as a clinical instructor at the Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law.
She holds an LL.B. as well as an Additional Undergraduate Program Diploma in Women and Gender Studies (Summa cum Laude) from Tel Aviv University and is currently a graduate student in Public Policy at Tel Aviv University.
Inbar Shaked Daliot has been the spokesperson of the Women's Lobby since June 2019 . Prior to that she was spokesperson of the organization HaBrit HaYisraeit which was one of the leading organizations in the fight against the high cost of living and led the Yellow Vest movement in Israel. Before that Inbar was spokesperson of the biggest organization in Israel for protection of the environment Green Course, and simultaneously accompanied and trained activist students. Inbar took her first steps in Communications when she was 15, serving as youth correspondent of the newspaper Rosh Ehad and spokesperson of the National Youth and Students Council. During the years 2012 – 2013 she was a researcher for the television program "Five with Rafi Reshef". When she completed her first degree in Political Science and Journalism at "Koteret" at the Tel Aviv University, she went for a year as an emissary of the Jewish Agency to the Jewish Community in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, after which she returned to Israel and completed her second degree – with distinction – in Political Communications at the Tel Aviv University.
Yael Miriam Sinai has been the IWN lobbyist in the Israeli parliament (Knesset), since May 2019. She is the former assistant to the Opposition leader in the Knesset, and served as Lleader of the Young Labor Party movement. Previously, she had been elected Chairperson of the Hebrew University’s Student Union, and has worked as assistant to the CEO of the Jewish agency. Yael holds a B.A in Political Science and International Relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Yael Shamir is the development director at IWN as of May 2019. Yael came to IWN after a decade of group facilitation with women and girls, promoting gender equality and empowering change in the fields of employment, body image, health and sexuality. She had previously worked as a copywriter in the Israeli hi-tech industry, and in resource development at The Heschel Center for Sustainability. Earlier in her career she was a journalist in ‘Ha’aretz’ and ‘Hadashot’ newspapers. Yael holds a Masters degree in gender studies, and a BA with honors in Computer Science and Journalism from the University of California, Santa Cruz.