Batsheva is the Strategic Consultant to the Chairman of Bank Hapoalim. as part of her position, she works closely with the board of the bank, which is focusing on strategy, supervision over the bank's work, working with the different divisions etc.
Until August 2019, Batsheva was the CEO of Unistream, an Israeli NGO that narrows socio-economic gaps by empowering youth and young adults from underprivileged communities to become business and social leaders and entrepreneurs. Unistream reaches all sectors of Israeli society, with 19 entrepreneurship centers, 110 youth groups in 50 localities, 2,000 participants and 3,000 graduates. As part of her national service, Batsheva ran the local branch of the Bnei Akiva youth movement in an underprivileged neighborhood, during which time she also helped to establish a community of young families who opted to live in the neighborhood in order to strengthen the community and initiates projects to support its more disadvantaged sectors. Batsheva believes strongly in the hope that these communities bring distressed neighborhoods, and at 22 she joined a similar group of young religious families who moved into underprivileged neighborhoods in Akko. Batsheva has a B.A. and an M.A. in organizational consulting from Haifa University, both with honors. She is a graduate of the Kiriat Kivun Maoz program, which is targeted at high potential young adults, grooming them for public service careers. In 2010 Batsheva began working at Unistream as a center manager in Akko, but was soon promoted to the management team as director of development. In 2015 Batsheva was appointed CEO. Under her leadership the organization has tripled in size and impact and established three new programs for underprivileged youth and young adults. Recently, Batsheva was chosen as one of Globes’s 40 under 40 most promising young adults in Israel.