Ostfeld was born on Jerusalem, played basketball in the Super League and the Israel National Team, and entered the Guinness Book of World Records for scoring 108 points in a single game. In 1986 she founded the women’s basketball department in Ramat-Hasharon.
She is a graduate of Wingate Institute for Physical Education and Sport Sciences and is the first Physical Education Jewish Teacher to work in the Arab school in Taibe.
In 2005 she received the European Women and Sports Trophy, from the International Olympic Committee, which was awarded to only 6 women in the world, for their contribution and promotion of women’s sport in the world.
Ostfeld is a board member of the Israeli Basketball Federation.
In 2003 she was elected member of the Ramat-Hasharon’s Municipality Council, where she holds the .
She loves dogs and cats and highly enjoys working in her garden.