I wear lots of hats, but everything is connected!
 I'm a professor and learning scientist at Northwestern University. I specialize in Holocaust memory, hidden narratives, and the design of social justice education.
 I write human rights fiction and choose-your-own-pathway stories. My novel TRAIN is inspired by hidden Holocaust history.
 I'm the founder of Unsilence. We use storytelling, the arts, and serious games to help young people talk about hidden injustice in the past and present.
 I'm one half of the folk-rock duo They Won't Win. Our debut album, LOST AT SEA, explores themes like grief, intimate partner violence, and LGBTQ acceptance.
 I'm co-chair of the Illinois Holocaust & Genocide Commission.
 I'm a public speaker. I create and lead educator trainings and workshops for young people and communities about Holocaust memory, education design, and human rights today.
 Originally from London, I now live in Chicago.
Feel free to get in touch!