Before this, she served as head of the paper’s news department and editor of Haaretz English edition. Before joining Haaretz in 2009, Landau worked as a news reporter and editor for various Israeli news outlets including Galei-Tzahal, Channel 10 and Maariv and was a founding member of the first Women Journalists Forum in the country.
A political and social activist and the co-national director of the Jewish-Arab movement Standing Together (עומדים ביחד نقف معًا) alongside Rula Daood. He worked in the Israeli parliament (the Knesset) as a political adviser, formed and organized the first waiters union in Israel and led demonstrations and struggles for equality, social justice, and against racism and the occupation.
In summer 2011 Alon-Lee was one of the leaders of the Israeli social protest. This year Standing Togather organised the first demonstration against the government’s reforms. Alon-Lee is also an Atlantic Fellow.
Chairwoman of Aguda – The Association for LGBTQ+ Equality in Israel. As part of her position, she leads the legislative efforts and parliament work to achieve equality for the LGBTQ+ community. Many of their hard-won rights are under threat from the current bigoted government.
A candidate for 2021 Knesset elections, Hila has been a key speaker at many anti-reform rallies. She also works on a unique project called Dream Doctors, a non-profit organization that operates medical clowns in hospitals across Israel.