|Date of birth||1972|
|Place of birth||Haifa, Israel|
|Faction represented in Knesset|
Born in Haifa to parents from Egypt and Poland, Barak studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, earning an MBA. She subsequently worked as a lobbyist for several companies, including Cellcom and the Port of Haifa. In 2018 she made the news as the result of a run-in with Likud MK Yoav Kish in a Knesset debate on child custody in which Kish claimed she had threatened him.
Barak was placed thirty-second on the Likud list for the 2009 elections, but the party won only 27 seats. In 2013 she was forty-seventh on the joint Likud Yisrael Beiteinu list, which won 31 seats. However, after being placed twenty-fourth on the Likud list for the April 2019 elections, she was elected to the Knesset as Likud won 36 seats.
- חברי הכנסת החדשים בליכוד: יו"ר ועד עובדי רשות התעופה ולוביסטית מצליחה Haaretz, 7 February 2019
- From a ‘Love Hormone’ Expert to a Martial Arts Champ: Meet the New Faces in the 2019 Election Race Haaretz, 3 March 2019
- 2009 Likud list Israel Democracy Institute
- 2013 Likud Beiteinu list Israel Democracy Institute
- Likud list CEC