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Sarah Snyder appointed head of Voices of Hope HERO Center

Sarah Snyder has been named director of the new Holocaust Education Resource and Outreach (HERO) Center established by Voices of Hope, an organization that serves the serves the families of Holocaust survivors and promotes Holocaust education.

Snyder is the Mike Jacobs Fellow in Holocaust Studies and a PhD Candidate at the University of Texas at Dallas in History. Her PhD is entitled “The Historical Complexities of Time Constructs in Relation to the Term ‘Post-Holocaust.’” 

During the course of her academic journey, Snyder, who is a professor, has taken part in a variety of Holocaust fellowships and workshops and worked at various concentration camp museums. 

“As the new director [of the HERO Center], I look forward to sharing my expertise by tailoring the resources the HERO Center has to offer to meet teachers’ educational requirements and community needs.”

Currently a resident of Frisco, Texas, Snyder plans of relocating to Connecticut within the next few months.

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