The Holocaust Education Center of Indiana strives to provide education about the holocaust, to honor the memories of those who perished and those who survived while promoting human rights, dignity and justice. We do this through the distribution of education materials, teacher resources, teacher training, workshops and speakers.
Dina David-Smith, Holocaust Education Center of Indiana, Program Director
Dina David-Smith has been a part of the BJE family since 1992. Originally from B’nai Brak, she earned her bachelor’s degree in English linguistics & Literature from Seminar HaKibutzim in 1989. She then earned her masters in telecommunication arts from Butler University in 1996.
She started off as a Hebrew School Teacher and quickly realized her passion for education extended beyond that of educating Jewish youth, becoming an adjunct professor of Communications at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis and Ivy Tech Community College in Indianapolis.
David-Smith was appointed to her role earlier this year to lead the expansion of our program. We are excited for the forward momentum she’s bringing to the organization.