New England Benefit Dinner

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at the Westin Copley Place

Facing History and Ourselves has a plan and a vision for the future. Imagine a world shaped by knowledge and compassion, not racism, antisemitism, and prejudice. Co-chairs Gretchen Cook-Anderson, Beth Clymer, & Emily Leventhal invite you to join us on Wednesday, April 25 for the 2018 New England Benefit Dinner and experience how Facing History and Ourselves equips educators and youth with tools that empower them to consider how today’s choices will shape tomorrow’s world.

When & Where

Wednesday, April 25, 2018
6:00pm - 9:00pm Reception and Program

Location:
Westin Copley Place Hotel
10 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA, 02116

About Our Work in New England

Each year our network of over 9,000 educators in New England reaches more than 600,100 students. We offer educators resources, professional development and follow-up support on a range of topics including racism, antisemitism, bullying, immigration, and other current histories.  We have worked system-wide with the Boston Public Schools for several decades, and have created curriculum resources in History and Social Studies. We work with many systems in New England offering school-wide support addressing issues of school culture and social/emotional learning.

Learn more about our impact on the New England Page.

New England Advisory Board

Karen Tucker, Chair *
Patricia S. Bellinger **
Jeffrey Bloomberg
Lisa Blumenthal
Lynda Bussgang **
Beth Clymer **
Gretchen Cook-Anderson
Sally Currier
James Andrew Watson David
Jane Edmonds
Marsha Feinberg
Rena Finder
Wendy Fischman **
Tyler Hardy
Tina Henderson
Jill Ellen Karp *
Susan Kaufman **
Emily Leventhal *
John F. Levy
Karen Secunda Levy **
Kristen Lucken
Dale S. Mnookin
Lisa Mooney *
Tracy Palandjian **
Heidi Pearlson **
Deborah Plummer **
Frances S. Putnoi
Marci Sapers
David Schechter
Stacy Scott
Dana W. Smith *
Jody Snider
Julie Swartz
Susan W. Tofias, M.S.W. **

* Board of Directors
** Leadership Council

Contact Us

For more information, contact Marisa Diaz at [email protected] or 617-735-1681.

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