Racheli works as a legal advisor at the National Council for the Child, where she coordinates the field of legislation and interaction with the Knesset, previously directing there a program providing support to minors and their families who have been victims of abuse. Following high school Racheli worked for three years in a youth village with children from disadvantaged homes. She pursued a degree in Law followed by internship in the Knesset’s office of legal counsel. Later she took a position with a firm specializing in constitutional law and petitions to the Supreme Court. Racheli brings to her present position the tools acquired through her work in the Knesset, and, more importantly, her deep familiarity with the field of education. Racheli combines field work with legislative work in her belief that a desired change cannot be brought about solely by legislation, but to be effective must work closely with practice. Racheli is married to Kfir and mother to Maya & Gali.