A Jerusalemite and mother of two, for several years Pnina has been active in both municipal and national politics and initiatives. Growing up in an ultra-Orthodox community in Jerusalem, from a young age she felt a deep curiosity about different cultures and communities. Pnina’s life took her on it's journey of education (she holds a B.A. in liberal arts and an M.Sc. in organizational behavior), marriage, work, and small children. Her life changed course after her divorce, and she opted to move to the mixed neighborhood of Nachlaot and began her involvement in the Labor party. Pnina is the founding member of the ultra-Orthodox chapterof the Labor party in the Jerusalem area. Believing that the Arab community of Jerusalem was key to the well being of the city, she sought to encourage coexistence and policy change. She brought ultra-Orthodox journalists to visit East Jerusalem, causing the community media to disparage her efforts. Undeterred, Pnina founded the ultra-Orthodox page of 0202 and joined the mixed Jewish Palestinian board. Committed to advancing the cause of ultra-Orthodox women, she lobbied at the Knesset on their behalf and carries out numerous training and development project to help develop female leadership within the community. Pnina also founded a Bait Midrash for ultra-Orthodox women, a groundbreaking effort. She ran for city council after serving on the board of Yerushalmim for two years, and won second place in the primaries. Although not elected, Pnina is still determined to find a way to remain active in city politics.