Sara Greenberg is serving as the Advisor to the Prime Minister of Israel for World Communities. Prior to this role, Sara was in an elite intelligence unit in the Israel Defense Forces.
Sara is originally from Philadelphia and has lived and worked in New York, Hong Kong, Beijing, and Tel Aviv in roles spanning corporate strategy, venture capital, and social finance. She also founded a non-profit called InsideIL that connects MBA students from around the world with Israeli companies for summer internships. After making a short documentary about her grandparents' experience in the Holocaust, Sara began to work with various non-profit organizations including the Anti-Defamation League, the USC Shoah Foundation, and Taglit-Birthright Israel.
In 2013, Sara played in the Women's Lacrosse World Cup as a member of the Israeli national team.
Sara did her undergraduate studies in economics at Yale University and received a joint master’s degree in business administration and public policy from Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School, where she was active in Jewish and Israel-related affairs. She has written about Israel and anti-Semitism for various publications.