International relations, Terrorism, The Israeli–Palestinian conflict
Mei Shalev is a researcher of international relations and terrorism. Her field of research deals with status, the position of terrorist organizations as a behavioral influence on processes in the global arena.
Has a bachelor's degree in political science and a master's degree in international relations and strategy with honors. She is currently a doctoral student at Bar-Ilan University and plans to complete another master's degree at Tel Aviv University in security studies and diplomacy. Engaged in managing social and business projects and lectures in her field.
Mei is A member of various forums and a graduate of leadership and academic programs, including 'Young Politicians', 'The College of Politics', 'Pro-Women' and more.
Over the years, Mei has won honors and awards from various movements, including Perah (a national program for social impact), NAMAT (the women's movement of Israel), the National Student Union, and she was also awarded honors during her military service.