Born in Israel, Dorit came to Australia in 2002 after completing her army service and first degree.
Based in Brisbane she received an MA in International Relations from Griffith University. Dorit worked for five years as Office Manager and Marketing Coordinator at the Brisbane Jewish Community Office. Moving to Melbourne in 2010, Dorit worked for two years with the United Israel Appeal, engaging with donors and honing her marketing skills.
Dorit returned to Israel in 2012 and worked for six years as Executive Assistant to Professor Joseph Zohar the Head of Psychiatry at Tel Hashomer-Sheba Hospital. During that period, she coordinated stakeholder events for international medical organisations.
Returning to Melbourne with her family in 2018, Dorit was appointed Engagement Coordinator and Executive Assistant to the CEO of National Council for Jewish Women–Vic. In this role she coordinated fundraising campaigns and facilitated stewardship for donors, building relationships, researching, and creating marketing collateral.