Netaly is Vice President of the Reut Institute. Her position includes responsibility for the overall management of the organization, development of human resources and support of Reut's financial management. She currently spearheads a taskforce on the changing relations between Israel and the Jewish world.Netaly holds a joint Masters Degree in International Relations and Conflict Management and Resolution from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Her thesis on the subject of "Public Opinion as a Factor in Ripeness Theory for Conflict Resolution" won the "Yad Ora" research award. She also holds a BA in International Relations and History from the Hebrew University. During her studies, Netaly was a member of an Israeli delegation to the third annual Japan-Israel-Palestine conference to promote dialogue on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
In the past, Netaly worked as a teacher's assistant in the department of International Relations at the Hebrew University and in a variety of positions at the Shalem Center.
Netaly served as a tank instructor for Israeli and foreign officers in the IDF armored corps during the years 1997-1999.