Deputy Chairman of the Women of the Wall. VP of Communications and Initiatives in the Masorti Movement.
Tami Gottlieb, born in Rehovot, grew up and was educated in a traditional-conservative family. In her youth she was a key activist in the Noam Youth Movement (Noar Masorti). Served in the IDF as a Caracal fighter. After her release, she served in a variety of concentration and management positions in the Noam Youth Movement.
In recent years, Tami has been managing the Internet and digital field in the Masorti Movement, and as part of this, she has coordinated the development of Va'ani Tefilati siddur application - the first and only application in the world for halachic-egalitarian siddur. In 2020, Tami was appointed VP of Communications and Initiatives in the Masorti Movement. Tami began her work with the Women of the Wall in 2010.
She regularly leads Rosh Chodesh prayers, and a few years ago she was elected deputy chairman of the organization. Tami has a family in Brazil and England, she has a degree in Political Science and Communication from Bar Ilan University and is currently completing a Master's degree in Jewish Community Leadership at the Schechter Institute for Jewish Studies. Serves in the IDF Home Front Command as a reservist and has been living in Jerusalem for the past few years.