Nitsan, 29, is married to Netanel and lives in Jerusalem, where she works in the Geographical Committees division of the Israeli Ministry of Interior, a relatively new unit charged with managing the economic development of local authorities. As director of this division she supervises the geographical committees that regulate and resolve conflicts regarding distributive justice issues (such as borders, income distribution, and merging authorities). Previously, Nitsan was the bureau chief for Nir Barkat, the former mayor of Jerusalem. In this role, she monitored the work of bureau staff and consultants, helped put policy into practice, and advanced areas such as religious-secular relations and young leadership in the city. Nitzan also founded the Jerusalem Parliament: Next Generation, a community of young social activists. Prior to moving to Jerusalem she was an instructor, mentor, and eventually head of staff at Amichai, a pre-army leadership program (mechina) in the Negev. In 2008, Nitzan was part of the first cohort of the Bnei Zion leadership program, which was an impactful experience. When a terrible tragedy occurred in the program in 2018, she joined its board of directors and established the Bnei Zion Alumni Organization. Nitsan served as an education officer in the IDF and is currently a captain in the Paratroopers Brigade (reserve service). She was raised in Nataf, a mixed community of secular and religious people, and identifies as a conservative ("Masorti") Zionist. She holds a B.A. in economics and political science from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and an executive M.A. in public policy from Tel Aviv University.