I wear lots of hats, but everything is connected!
 I'm a professor and learning scientist at Northwestern University. I specialize in Holocaust memory and social justice education.
 I'm the founder of Unsilence, a national education nonprofit. We use storytelling, the arts, and serious games to help young people talk about hidden injustice in the past and present.
 I write human rights fiction and choose-your-own-pathway stories. My novel TRAIN is inspired by hidden Holocaust history.
 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 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 with my husband and our daughter. Feel free to get in touch!