|Date of birth||29 April 1976|
|Place of birth||Ramat Gan, Israel|
|Faction represented in Knesset|
Tamar "Tami" Zandberg (Hebrew: תמר זנדברג, born 29 April 1976) is an Israeli politician. A member of the Meretz party, she was placed sixth on the party's list for the 2013 Knesset elections, and thus elected to the 19 Knesset. She is a former Tel Aviv Yaffo City Council Member.
Zandberg was born in Ramat Gan in 1976.
She began her political career in 2003, when she started to work as a parliamentary assistant to Meretz MK Ran Cohen, a job she held until 2008. In the same year she was elected to Tel Aviv city council in second place on the Meretz list. During her term on the council, she chaired the city's Women's Affairs Committee and was a member of both the Finance Committee and the Affordable Housing Committee. She was behind an initiative to introduce public transportation on Shabbat.
Zandberg was a main activist in the social protest movement of summer 2011, and was a member of the experts' group that introduced the movement's housing and transportation platform. She considered herself a feminist, urban environmentalist and a social democrat. She heads the opposition list of Na'amat, Israel's leading union for working women.
Zandberg is a PhD candidate in Politics and Government at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, researching issues of spatial planning and human rights. She holds a Master's degree in Social Psychology from Ben Gurion University and a Law Degree (LLB) from Tel Aviv University.
- Tamar Zandberg on the Knesset website