Anat Peled is a Rhodes Scholar who recently graduated from Stanford with a bachelors degree with honors in history and a minor in symbolic systems. She is an avid writer and has published opinion pieces on Israeli and American politics in Haaretz, The Jerusalem Post and The Times of Israel. Prior to Stanford, she served as a Project Manager for the Israeli non-profit Budo for Peace which uses martial arts to bring together Arabs and Jews. She has since pursued a masters degree in history at Oxford. She speaks English, Hebrew, Arabic, Russian and French.
She received the Donald and Robin Kennedy Undergraduate Award in 2020 for her senior honors thesis in History, "Creating the Kibbutz Family in the 1920s: Between Revolution and Tradition," written under Prof. Norman Naimark and Prof. Mark Mancall.