Neta-Li was born and raised in Herzliya, Israel. An early social justice activist, she joined the Israeli Scouts and volunteered at ALUT and Beit Issie Shapiro. Serving in the elite IDF 8200 intelligence unit, Neta-Li reached the rank of lieutenant as an English intelligence analyst and head of the foreign relations section. While in the military, she received the 2005 President’s Award for her “Yachdav” project that taught high school students in Israel's periphery. As a student at Tel Aviv University’s law school, Neta-Li was the student council’s foreign affairs committee representative and active in organizing activities through its social involvement unit, including volunteering in hospitals and youth centers. After graduation she went on to practice corporate and civil litigation at S. Horowitz and Firon, two of Israel’s largest law firms. She began volunteering at 8200 Impact, as director of business development and marketing, and was appointed managing director in 2016.
8200 Impact, a nonprofit open to all Israeli citizens, uses technology to solve global problems in areas such as disabilities, gender equality, the elderly, education, parenthood and more. The five month accelerator includes lectures, mentoring, investor introductions and 8200 network support.
She is a keynote speaker for AIPAC, UCLA, The Government of New South Wales in Australia and Israeli consulates, and a member of the Global Shapers Hub of the World Economic Forum, US Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program, Supersona, Unistream advisory committee, Supersona, Woman2Woman, Israel Leadership Forum, AJC's Women Parliament and an AJC 2017 Global Forum Young Leaders Fellow.
Neta-Li is also a volunteer mentor at the LeadWith accelerator that promotes gender equality, Restart program for disabled IDF veterans, MindCet accelerator, College of Management social hub and HaKaveret accelerator.