Broyde was born in Israel and studied at Yeshiva Atlanta High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology and anthropology from Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan and a master’s degree in public policy and government at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Broyde is a member of the UAE-Israel Business Council (UIBC). The UIBC is the central and largest economic organization formed in the field of economic connections between the UAE and Israel. The council began operations immediately after the “Abraham Accords” between the two countries in August 2020. Broyde is consequently part of the Israeli regime’s push to counter its growing international isolation by normalizing relations with despotic Arab regimes.
From October 2021 until now, she has been working as an international affairs advisor to the Israeli Minister of Science and Technology Innovation.
From December 2020 to August 2021, she served as Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister’s Office.
Her other activities include being a member of the Likud party for a year as a spokesperson in international affairs and assisting in its English-language campaigns.
She has also completed an internship in political communication at the Knesset. She is also active in communication strategy and has established an institute in this field.
Broyde is also a member of the Consulate of Young American Political Leaders and currently resides in Jerusalem.