Rabbi Idit Lev was ordained at the Rabbinical School of the Schechter Institute in 2004; Since then she has been working at Rabbis for Human Rights on social justice issues; These days she is the director of social and economic justice programs, working on issues of people who live in poverty, and the Israeli state budget; Rabbi Lev volunteers in the Rabbinical Assembly Yaltha group, and was active in the tent protest in Israel in 2011
Rabbi lev also holds a MA in Psychology from the Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Beer Sheva. Over the years she worked in a number of positions in NOAM (the Youth Movement of the Masorti Movement in Israel) as student rabbi at a TALI school and at the Masorti Congregation of the Krayot, and as Yaltha coordinato. She also worked in marketing and professional training. She lives in Haifa with her husband Dror and their children Shai Moshe, Tamar Ester and Zohar Rivka.