She has a multidisciplinary professional and academic background, that includes communication studies, international relations and human rights, as well as education policy and development studies. Her doctoral research focused on gender equality in education policies and this is something she mainstreams in her work broadly.
Since 2017 she has been working in the field of science communication and public engagement with science in the context of science education. In addition, she also works on the development, implementation and evaluation of food science education programs. Currently she complements her development work with a position as a researcher at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel where she looks at implementation of an interdisciplinary sustainability science curriculum for middle schools.