Being concerned about the dangers of the “apathy of memory” as it relates to  the Holocaust and other genocides of the 20th century and the need for awareness and action as it relates to current crimes against humanity,  Charlotte was motivated to be an active participant in the Drew University Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study eight years ago.  A native Bostonian, she is a graduate of Simmons College in Boston and has a graduate degree from Rutgers University in Political Science where she was on the teaching staff for several years.  She resides in West Orange with her husband Hal and enjoys NYC, the theater, music, movies, travel, and vacation time with children and grandchildren. She hopes that everyone would “take-to-heart” the importance and significance of the Center’s mission of Education, Commemoration, Celebration and Dedication.