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Sara Abosch-Jacobson, PhD
Dr. Sara Abosch-Jacobson is the Chief Education, Programs, and Exhibitions Officer for the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum. An experienced educator, she has researched, taught and written on Jewish culture and history. She holds a PhD in modern European and Jewish history, an MA in modern British and Jewish history, and an MA in Political Science with a concentration in Civil/Military Relations.
Charlotte Decoster, PhD
Charlotte Decoster, PhD is the Director of Education for the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum. An experienced educator, she has research, taught, and written on Holocaust history. She holds a PhD in History from the University of North Texas. She regularly speaks on the Holocaust, children and child rescue during the Holocaust, and in Nazi Germany. She has travelled throughout the U.S. to give talks on Anne Frank and child rescue during the Holocaust.
Claire Robinson, Museum Educator
Claire Robinson is a Museum Educator for the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum. She holds a BA in History from the University of Texas at Austin with a minor in government and education. An experienced educator, she taught 8th grade U.S. history in both Dallas ISD and Irving Independent School Districts, and she holds a Texas teaching certificate for Social Studies grades 7-12. At the Museum, Robinson organizes and runs teacher workshops, and aids in curriculum development for the Pivot to America gallery.
Dani Rossano, Museum Educator
Dani Rossano is a Museum Educator for the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum. She earned her B.A.in Anthropology from Millsaps College with a minor in Latin American Studies. Rossano taught in Garland ISD as a history teacher and coach. She is certified in grades 4-8 Generalist, Special Education,and ESL. Rossano specializes in Educational Outreach at the Museum.
Felicia Williamson, Museum Archivist / Special Collections
Felicia J. Williamson, MLIS, CA graduated with a BA in History, German and European Studies and a minor in religious studies from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She received a Master in Library and Information Science with an archives focus from LSU. Williamson is a certified archivist, an outgoing member of the Executive Board for the Society of Southwest Archivists and is a member of the Society of American Archivists.
As the Head of SHSU Special Collections (2011-2015) Williamson instituted a program of instruction and outreach, making its archival holdings more accessible to the campus and surrounding community. As the Archivist and collections manager at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum (2015-present), Williamson has worked to expand, strengthen, and increase access to the Museum’s important collection of rare books, artifacts, and oral history testimonies.
For more information or to book a Museum Educator to speak to your group, contact Brianna Pacheco, Campaign Coordinator, at [email protected].