Areas of studies: Mathematics, statistics, performance operations research, quantitative methods
Staff member and lecturer in the Business Administration School. She holds a PhD in Agricultural Economics (2014), her doctoral dissertation topic: Optimizing Long Term Irrigation of Areas above The Coastal Aquifer .She started her academic career with an extended BA in Mathematics, and gained a Teaching Certificate from Givat Ram Campus in Jerusalem. Following her BA, she began working as a teaching assistant in the Hebrew University, and as a lecturer in Achva College, Levinsky College, and Ashkelon College. Her teaching areas are mathematics and statistics for economics, management and mathematics graduates. In addition, she gained experience in preparing students for their mathematics Bagrut exams as part of her school teaching work and as part of Bagrut evening courses. During her MA, she took part in a collaborative project by the Hebrew University and the Technion, in the topic of recovered water, the conclusions of which were delivered to the Ministry of Science, and published her MA thesis in the topic of cost-benefit analysis of the use of reclaimed water. She is currently working on the publication of two articles from her doctoral dissertation: one based on the theoretical model she developed, and the second one dealing with the empirical implementation of the model and its sensitivity analysis.