Researcher, Teacher, curator. She research historic, cultural and social aspects of public and private spaces and landscapes in urban environments. She wrote of the representations of identities and socio-economic status in the private courtyards of North and South neighborhoods of Tel Aviv-Yafo; the environmental and planning histories and the recent design of Jaffa Slope Park; and the role of landscape architecture in the Green Gentrification phenomena. Graduated with BArch in landscape architecture (cum laude) form The Technion; and both MA degree (cum Laude) and Ph.D. from the Cultural Studies Program in The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. She curated seven art and architecture exhibitions. She served as a member and CEO of the human rights NGO BIMKOM – Planners for planning rights. Meishar teaches in the Landscape Architecture Program in the Technion.