Dikla was born and raised in Israel. She served in the IDF as a teacher in Neot Kedumim, speaking with visitors about ancient Israel of the bible and biblical sources, its lanscape, culture and values. After completing her Bachelor degree in Lanscape Architecture at the Technion, she worked in a lanscape architecture office, helping to shape the Israeli surrounding by designing projects as parks, schools, desalination facilities and boardwalks.
Dikla moved to Seattle in 2010 and lives in the Greater Seattle area with her husband and three kids. Besides her passion to design, Dikla possess years of voluntiring, especially for non-profit organizations and educational and community programs. She is participating in the second “ IAC Gvanim” leadership program in Seattle and continues to be an active member of her community. Passionate about Israel, she is so excited to be joining the IAC’s Seattle Region.