Past March Speakers

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Consul Daniel Agranov

Daniel Agranov recently began his post as the Consul of Israel to the Southwest United States. The 35-year-old diplomat began his tenure Aug. 14, taking over from

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Philip Aronoff

Mr. Phillip Aronoff is the Honorary Consul of Hungary in Houston, Texas. Mr. Aronoff has contributed in an exceptional way to the improvement of Hungarian-US trade

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Jobst Bittner

Jobst and Charlotte are the founders, visionary leaders, and face of March of LIfe, which led to the inspiration for March of Remembrance. Pastor Bittner is Senior

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Consul Guy Cohen

Guy Cohen is Israel’s Consul for Economic Affairs and Head of the Government of Israel Economic Mission to the US Midwest. In this position Mr. Cohen

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Helen Colin

Helen Colin was born on April 15, 1923 in Tuszyn, Poland to Josef and Miriam Fried Goldstein. After being moved into the Lodz ghetto in 1942 she

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Dr. Franziska Eckert

Dr. Franziska Eckert is an Oncology and Radiology in Tubingen, Germany. Born in 1980. Her grandfather was part of the SS elite troop “Adolf Hitler” and

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Fred Floersheimer

loersheimer was born in Horschst im Odenwalt, Germany in 1931. His family suffered through the terrible evening called Kristallnacht, or Night of the Broken Glass, when

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Lili Gordon

“The German Army began the invasion of the USSR late June 1941. My father, as all able bodied men in the Ukraine, was drafted into the

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Bob Horowitz

Bob is the founder of the Holocaust Remembrance Scholarships in honor of his parents Leizer and Rose Horowitz . He was born in a Displaced Persons

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Dan Huberty

Dan Huberty is a businessman from Humble, Texas, a suburb of Houston, who is a Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives. Since 2011, he

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Rabbi Jimmy Kessler

Rabbi Jimmy Kessler is the founder of the Texas Jewish Historical Society, is the first native Texan to serve as rabbi of Congregation B’nai Israel in

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Claudia Kiesinger

Claudia Kiesinger is a relative of former German chancellor Kiesinger, who successfully concealed his top Nazi-career after the war. Her paternal grandfather was an ardent Nazi and follower

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Peter Loth

(Peter) Moshe Loth is a Holocaust survivor who was born in Stutthof Concentration Camp to his Jewish mother who was imprisoned with his aunt and grandmother. After the

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Dr. Patrick Louchouarn

French-born, he grew up and completed his secondary education in Mexico City. He then moved to Canada where he undertook his undergraduate and graduate education. He

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Al Marks

Few people will ever know the truly horrifying trauma that comes with being a survivor of the Holocaust, which has been coined as one of the

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Bill Orlin

Holocaust survivor Bill Orlin was born in Poland in 1932 and was seven years old when Nazi troops invaded. His family watched as the Nazis destroyed

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Dr. Zsuzsanna Ozsváth

Dr. Ozsváth serves as the Leah and Paul Lewis Chair of Holocaust Studies, UT Dallas. Zsuzsanna Ozsváth is Director of the Holocaust Studies Program. She has published a

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Dr. Hy Penn

Leader in Houston community and child of two Holocaust survivors. His father Morris, was born April 14, 1922, in Vilkiviskis, Lithuania and his parents, Mordechai and

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Bernd Reindl

Bernd Reindl is the Deputy Consul General of the German Consulate General Houston, and head of their political department. Bernd Reindl, Political Consul at the German

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Dr. Sheldon Rubenfeld

Dr. Sheldon Rubenfeld is Clinical Professor of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and in Endocrinology,

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Pastor Gladys Seahorn

Gladys Pratt-Seahorn is the Founder, President  & CEO of City of Refuge Global Outreach Ministry (formerly GPS Ministries, Inc.) locally based in Houston, Texas. Gladys is the

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Dr. Anna Steinberger

Anna Steinberger was born in Radom, Poland and was 11 years old when she fled with her parents to escape German occupation during WWII.  Despite numerous

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Dr. Doug Stringer

Dr. J. Doug Stringer is founder and president of Turning Point Ministries International, which birthed an international movement known as Somebody Cares.  Somebody Cares has received

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Dr. Todd Sutherland

Dr. Sutherland is the Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs at Texas A&M – Galveston. “I and my incredible staff oversee many of the important activities

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Michael K. Young

Michael K. Young became the 25th President of Texas A&M University on May 1, 2015, bringing a proven track record of academic leadership. As president and

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Zoly Zamir

One day in 1937, 15 year old Zoly Zamir came home from his school in Bucharest, Romania, and announced to his astonished family that he had

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Rosian Zerner

Rosian Zerner saw a picture of herself one day on an card inviting her to a Holocaust remembrance event! “I am the child in the photo chosen for

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