As a fellow, Liat interned with MK Amnon Cohen, who served on the Knesset’s Finance and Economics committees. Her research focused on new sources of funding for Israeli cinema.
During her mandatory military service, Langenkamp was a research analyst, responsible for test and screening days for future intakes.
Langenkamp holds a B.A. in economics from Tel Aviv University and an M.A. in economics from Bar Ilan University, majoring in theoretical economics.
After the program, Langenkamp worked as an analyst at Magna Capital, doing strategic evaluation of international expansion opportunities. She later joined Procter & Gamble, managing the Pantene brand in Israel; and after one year was sent to the company’s headquarter in Geneva for a regional marketing position.
After a summer internship at the World Economic Forum, Langenkamp worked at the Israeli embassy in Yangon, Myanmar, managing economic partnerships and development cooperation . In this position, she played a part in expanding Israeli involvement in Myanmar’s development, through both non-profit activities and business collaborations.
Currently, Liat is a vaccine implementation consultant at GAVI, Vaccine Alliance.