Jacqueline Sutton is a Social Studies teacher at High Point Regional High School in Sussex County NJ. She received her MLitt. from Drew University with a concentration in Holocaust/Genocide Studies. Ms. Sutton is a past recipient of the NJ Governor’s Teaching Award, and the Axelrod Award for her work in the area of Holocaust scholarship. She has taught seminars to students and teachers about the Holocaust and other genocides at a variety of NJ universities and has been a guest speaker at area synagogues. She was the runner up for the NJ Young Careerist Award as a result of her success in the classroom. She was also the recipient of a scholarship to attend an intensive 4 day training workshop at the USHMM in Washington in order to become familiar with the educational materials available at the museum. Ms. Sutton has worked under the guidance of Dr. Paul Winkler, of the NJ Commission on Holocaust Education, as she created lessons for teaching students about the genocide in Darfur.