As a fellow, Gila interned at the State Guarantees Department within the Accountant General’s Office at the Ministry of Finance. Her research focused on government programs to assist banks in crisis, through creating an early warning system. She also evaluated the status of the implementation of the Bachar report together with Fellow Maya Haran.
Prior to joining the Milken Fellows Program, Bronstein was a research assistant at the Bank of Israel. During her tenure at the Research Department, Weinberger focused on macroeconomic and public policy issues such as the implementation of the earned income tax credit, statutory tax rates and macroeconomic management. In addition, Bronstein was a research assistant at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute and a teaching assistant in the prestigious philosophy, political science, and economic program and in the department of economics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
In the National Service, Bronstein served in the Ministry of Defense in Tel Aviv.
Bronstein graduated magna cum laude in the philosophy, political science, and economics program at Hebrew University. Her B.A. seminar paper was awarded the Zack Ness Prize for Outstanding Seminar Papers in Political Economics. She also received an M.A. in financial economics from the Hebrew University.
Currently, Bronstein is pursuing a Ph.D in economics at Stanford University.