Dalia Rabin – ADV. Worked in a private law firm and the Tel Aviv District Attorney’s Office. In 1980 Dalia joined the State Attorney’s Office and was an attorney at the Tel Aviv District Attorney’s Office for fourteen years. During her years working in the State Attorney’s Office, she dealt extensively with defense cases concerning the defense industries and the bodies of the defense establishment. In addition, Dalia served as legal counsel for the Histadrut trade union. She served as a Member of the Knesset in the 15th Knesset (1999-2003) and held several positions, including Deputy Speaker of the Knesset, Chair of the Ethics Committee, and served on other committees such as the Constitution, Law and Justice Committee, the State Audit Committee and the Committee for the Advancement of Women and the Special Committee for Promotion. Child status. As Deputy Minister of Defense (2002-2001) – the first woman in the State of Israel to fill this position, she was responsible for the home front issue, led to the establishment of the Chief Reserve Officer in the IDF, and worked hard to promote aid and compensation for reservists. Arbitration and Dispute Resolution “and heads it. In addition, she worked to establish the” Yitzhak Rabin Center “house, serves as chairman of the center’s executive committee, and is responsible for organizing the annual rallies in his memory. In addition to her work as head of the center, Dalia contributes from her professional experience in various public bodies, including a trustee member at the Wolf Foundation, board member of directors of the Israeli Center for Citizen Empowerment, member of the board of directors, and the steering committee at the Reut Policy Planning Institute, the Israel-America Friendship League board. A member of the board of trustees of the Association for the War on Cancer, a member of the board of directors of the JL Association – Learning Bridges for Diagnosing and Treating Learning Disabilities, and others.