Ravit was born and raised in Netivot, Israel, and served in the IDF as a field trip guide. Upon finishing the army she decided to move to Kibbutz Kiryat Anavim while studying Middle Eastern and Islam studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. After her marriage to Shai in 2001 they travelled abroad for a year and Ravit then began her studies at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, majoring in sculpting. While at Bezalel, Ravit became Director of Student Programing at Young Judaea and started the Amirim Program, inspired by Birthright participants who wished to stay in Israel for a longer activism and volunteer experience. In 2007, Ravit left Young Judaea in search of new challenges to take on. She joined the VIP Department of The Jewish Agency before moving to Routes, where she was in charge of programming and bringing to life innovative ideas and connecting people from all walks of life; inspired by Israel and Jewish values. In 2012, as part of her M.A. in design management at Bezalel, Ravit used the kibbutz to research how small communities can grow and expand from within. In 2015, Ravit was elected Community Director of the kibbutz. Her studies and her three children inspire Ravit to continue to work for the positive change that she hopes to bring to the community.