Audiences & Topics

Heidi speaks to audiences of all kinds – young and old, students, community groups, communities of faith, book groups, and library patrons. She speaks about a variety of topics related to Tutti’s Promise and her mother’s family’s survival during the Holocaust including:

•How the family survived
•The research behind Tutti’s Promise
•The amazing discovery of the group behind the life-saving Paraguayan passport

•The importance of accepting all people to fight prejudice, bigotry, and hate

Heidi is available to speak to your group either in person (depending on COVID-19 safety) or virtually. She does not charge for her time – only for incurred travel expenses.

Interview starts at 2:07 if you would like to skip the introductory ads

Selected Prior Appearances

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York Jewish Communities of Vermont Summit, Killington, VT Vermont Alliance for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Manchester, VT Louis Pizitz Middle School, Vestavia Hills, AL Wilcox Technical High School, Meriden, CT Nathan Hale-Ray Middle School, East Haddam, CT First Church of Christ, Windsor, CT College of St. Joseph, Rutland, VT Shir Shalom, Woodstock, VT Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Hills, MI The 48th Annual Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies, Hartford, CT Temple Beth David, Cheshire, CT North Country Charter Academy, Lancaster, NH Descendants of the Shoah Conference, West Hartford, CT Georgia Highlands College, Cartersville, GA Bellows Falls Middle School, Bellows Falls, VT Warren Public Library, Warren, VT Charles E Smith Jewish Day School, Rockville, MD Viking River Cruise Alsvin Longship, Würzberg, Germany Sherman JCC, Sherman, CT Holocaust Educator’s Workshop, Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT Journeys in Faith Podcast

Heidi’s presentation … was terrific. She engaged the students with her story, and she shared details that made it come alive to them. The subject matter is not easy, but its importance is clear, and Heidi delivered a valuable lesson through the lens of her family’s experience. We wish we had more time with her.

Tony Scherer, Head, Upper School English Department, Renbrook School

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