Participants are educated on the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides through listening to survivors testifying about their personal history and framing the sessions around the survivor's experience. They are shown historical segments through film, art, music and pertinent readings.
In all seminars, a segment about leadership and advocacy skills, program planning, as well as social commitment from participants to bring to their institutions, can be included.
Virtual (Zoom or Google Meet) and/or Live programming can be organized.
Founder and CEO
Maureen Hallacy Carter
M. Ed. in Social Studies Education
Maureen Carter was the K-12 Holocaust Studies Program Planner for the School District of Palm Beach County. She held this position for 10 years and has worked in the Holocaust Studies field for over 15 years. In this role Ms. Carter created programming and curriculum for the school district and worked with teachers training them to teach this difficult history to their students.
Ms. Carter has taught in Palm Beach County for 25 years. She is a dedicated educator who believes education should be geared towards teaching children empathy and compassion, which is why she is a passionate student of history. Students need to know the full scope of history and learn how to compare the past with the present to see why history matters.
Ms. Carter is known for her compassion and dedication toward educating as many students as possible in Holocaust and Genocide education. Currently she is the Holocaust Studies teacher at Boca Raton Senior High School.
M. Ed. in Supervision and Administration
Between 1995 and 2019, Jack Rosenbaum served as the Assistant Director and Director of the March of the Living Southern Region, a two-week high school leadership trip to Poland and Israel.
Between 2002 and 2012 he was the Education Director at Temple Beth Am in Margate, Florida. He served, simultaneously, with the March of the Living Southern Region during these years.
During 2001-2002, as Associate Director and COO of Panim: The Institute for Jewish Leadership and Values in Washington, D.C., Mr. Rosenbaum brought 1,200 high school students from all over the USA to our nation’s capital. Here they discovered the power they possess, based on Judeo-Christian values and social action.
A three time award winner in varied educational initiatives, Mr. Rosenbaum served in many capacities in educational and communal work in the fields of Holocaust education, Genocide education, and social service.