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2022 Boston Luncheon

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Honoring Ed E. Zuker with special guest Mayor Michelle Wu

In our radically changing world, where violent antisemitism is on the rise and unprovoked war has again been unleashed in Europe, the timeless and timely lessons of the Holocaust have never been more urgently needed.

Thanks to your support, the Museum has been able to reach educators during the pandemic by reinventing our flagship teacher training event. The traditional classroom program pivoted to a two-day virtual conference reaching thousands of educators from around the world, including a large cohort from the Boston area. Join us to learn more about how the Museum's Levine Institute for Holocaust Education helps teachers demonstrate the relevance of this history.

The health and safety of our guests and staff is our top priority. For the safety of everyone in attendance and per the current CDC guidelines, we are requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 PCR test conducted within 48 hours of the event or a negative COVID-19 antigen test conducted within 24 hours of the event for all guests. Masks will be required except when eating and drinking. We will continue to provide updates on pandemic-related safety measures.

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  • May 19, 2022
  • 12:00 pm ET
  • The Newbury Boston, One Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116
  • $500 per individual ticket

Featured Guests

Honoring

Ed E. Zuker
Ed E. Zuker

Edward E. Zuker is a longtime supporter of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, committed to preserving Holocaust education for future generations. One of five generations of the Zuker family to be active in real estate, Ed is founder and CEO of Chestnut Hill Realty and a dedicated industry advocate and leader in housing production. He is an innovative supporter of Boston Children’s Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and many other organizations. Ed spearheaded the creation of the West Roxbury Community Center, co-chaired the Building Committee for Temple Beth Avodah, and currently serves B'nai B'rith Housing New England, chairing production of affordable housing. Most recently, Ed received the Humanitarian Award from the Greater Boston Real Estate Board (GBREB) in June 2019 and the Housing Champions Award from Metro Housing Boston in November 2020. A Brookline native, Ed studied finance and architecture at the University of Miami, where he received a Bachelor's degree in business administration.

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Featured Speaker

Kim Blevins-Relleva
Kim Blevins-Relleva Teacher Educator and Program Coordinator, Belfer National Conference for Educators, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Kim Blevins-Relleva is a program coordinator in the William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education, where she creates educational resources and coordinates the Museum’s Teacher Fellowship Program and the Belfer National Conference for Educators. Before joining the Museum's staff, Kim taught history and English at the secondary level in Nashville, Tennessee, and served as an adjunct professor of history at Nashville State Community College. She received a BA in history with minors in philosophy and political science from Appalachian State University, an MA in modern German history from the University of Memphis, and an MEd from Vanderbilt University.

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Event Leadership

Event Chairs

Steven and Winnie Grinspoon
Andrew Jaffe
Alex and Lianne Leventhal
Michael Ross and Karolina Chorvath

Event Committee

Joe and Erin Hanley
Andrew and Julia Mahr
Matt O’Malley
Franklin and Rachel Ross
Jason and Tana Weissman
Josh Zakim

Register $500 per individual ticket

For More Information

Contact Jill Barkan in the Northeast Regional Office at jbarkan@ushmm.org.

Press Contact

Raymund Flandez, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
rflandez@ushmm.org
202.314.1772

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