In 1993, after working on local area networks (LANs) at Systems Development Corporation -- the company that would later become Unisys -- Berry co-founded Ornet Data Communications Ltd., developing high-speed switches that effectively doubled data-transmission speed during the formative years of the World Wide Web.
Switching gears in 1997, Berry began working for the Israeli government as a chief scientist at the country’s Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor. Berry was instrumental in implementing pro-innovation government policies. She was also involved in PrimeSense, which developed the technology used by Microsoft's Xbox Kinect.
Today Berry holds many roles, including one as the corporate vice president of EMC’s Centers of Excellence in Israel. Recently, she won the Yakirat Ha’Negev award from Ben Gurion University for her technology achievements.