Tami Schlossberg was born in Italy and grew up in Belgium. At the age of 18 she came to Israel for the year. She decided to make aliyah and pursue her studies in Israel. Tami is currently the International Strategic Planner at Saatchi & Saatchi Israel, where she develops strategic campaigns for some of the largest global brands including Google, Sprite, and AmEx. In this capacity Tami developed the strategy for some of Google's largest campaigns aimed at strenghthening the Israeli economy and has received numerous international awards for her work with the WHO. In her previous positions, Tami managed strategic partnerships at numerous think tanks including the Milken Innovation Center and the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, where she focused on market-based solutions to some of Israel's and Jerusalem's greatest challenges. Tami has consulted on media solutions for Israel's Prime Minister's Office and the Israel Ministry of Tourism and has run campaigns for prominent MKs during the national elections. Tami was a Fellow at the Jerusalem Institute for Market Studies and a student at the Beit Midrash for Social Justice at Beit Morasha. In her free time she coordinates business meetings for ultra-Orthodox women through the Jerusalem Interest-free Microfinance Fund.