Dr. Tali Asher is a faculty member of the Mandel School for Educational Leadership, where she teaches humanities, education, and teacher-training. She is also a lecturer at the Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts, where she works in the department of literature. She leads writing workshops, works to incorporate literature in the public sphere, and specializes in providing guidance to staff members of medical, therapeutic, and educational institutions. Previously, Tali served in a variety of positions in the education system. Tali holds a master's degree in Hebrew literature from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a doctorate in literature from Tel Aviv University. She is also a graduate of the Hartman Institute’s Maskilot fellowship program for outstanding women scholars (2019-2021). Tali’s writings have been published in various journals, as well as in various literary magazines including Ho!, Nanopoetica, Alaxon, Hamusah and Mashiv Haruah. She has also penned articles that have been published in the Hebrew books Contemplative Pedagogy in Israel and The New Hebrew Women, and in the English volume Jewish Writers of the Twentieth Century. Tali is the author of two Hebrew books: Grandma Needed (Zeltner, 2018) and Our Life. Over (Pardes, 2022). Her research on the meaning of the library in Hebrew literature from the Enlightenment to the 21st century was awarded the Dov Sadan Award in 2021, and her essay "Monologue with Dialogues" received a commendation from the Van Leer Institute in 2023. Tali is a member of the board of directors of Beit Agnon and of the Ruach Tzeira association. She hosts the podcast Who Wants a Miracle. Tali is a graduate of Cohort 21 of the Mandel School for Educational Leadership.