Terry Greenblatt has been the executive director of Bat Shalom, Israel's national women's peace organization, for the past four and a half years. She is currently serving as “Activist in Residence” for the Global Fund for Women, and is a mobilizing policymaker and organizational support for the International Women’s Commission for a Just and Sustainable Peace in Palestine and Israel.
Greenblatt has been a women's rights and anti-occupation activist in Israel for the past 20 years. She lobbies for the enforcement of equal rights for all of Israel's citizens – men and women, Jews and Arabs. She consults and speaks nationally and internationally on the responsibility of women as agents of both social and political change. Greenblatt was a co-founder of Kol Ha-Isha (The Women's Voice) Center of Jerusalem and Shani (Israeli Women Against the Occupation). She is also a member of the founder's council of the Community School for Women's Studies and Economic Development in Kufar Kara.