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Talli Aizenman Dippold is the Stan Greenspon Director of the Holocaust Education Fellowship Program and the Associate Director of the Stan Greenspon Holocaust and Social Justice Education Center.  Previously, she was the Executive Director of the Levine-Sklut Judaic Library & Resource Center at Shalom Park.

Talli received a BS in Hospitality Management from the University of New Hampshire and her MS in Genocide and Holocaust Studies from Gratz College.  After many years in the hospitality industry, she decided to change her focus and pursue her lifelong passion for Judaism and Holocaust studies. 

During the past decade, Talli traveled extensively throughout Eastern Europe and participated in numerous educational opportunities including the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Belfer Conference, The Prestigious Holocaust and Jewish Resistance Teachers Program, as well as the Hillel International Professionals’ Heritage Study Tour in Poland. She has been an active member of the North Carolina Council on the Holocaust since 2013, an Executive Board Member of the Association of Holocaust Organizations (AHO), and a new member of the Jewish Heritage North Carolina board.

Talli Aizenman Dippold 

The Edith Eger Story: A Virtual Conversation


Livestream of the Documentary "I Danced For the Angel of Death, the Dr. Edith Eger Story" followed by a virtual conversation with Dr Edith Eger.


Nov 3, 2021

Movie Livestream time @7:30PM and Conversation with Dr Eger follows @8:30PM.


Event is Free Registration Required.  Please donate to the Jewish Film Project's Sustainable Education in Creative Storytelling Fund

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Education Material on Teaching the Holocaust for Grades 6-12 through the Greenspon Foundation  

Use of the movie I Danced For the Angel of Death as education material and study guides for this movie.

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Join us on Nov 3, at 7PM for a livestream of I Danced For The Angel of Death: The Dr. Edith Eva Eger Story,  At the end of the screening we will have a conversation with Dr Edith Eger moderated by Talli Dippold.  

The event is free to attend and registration is required. Donations to The Sustainable Education in Creative Storytelling Fund will be encouraged.

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"I decided they were the prisoners. Not me."

The Holocaust Education Film Foundation was established to build an international, interactive online community one Holocaust Survivor Story at a time; ensuring we “Never Forget.”

Dr. Edith Eger, Holocaust Survivor & author of "The Gift"

Dr. Edith Eger, author of "The Gift" and "The Choice"

"People often ask how I can ever forgive the Nazis. I don’t have the godly power to anoint anyone with forgiveness, to spiritually cleanse others for their wrongs. But I have the power to free myself. So do you."

Dr Eger will Discuss with Talli Dippold

Who will tell my story after I am gone.  

How will my story be told?

How will my message be conveyed?

How does surviving Auschwitz have anything to do with what we are experiencing in the 21st century?

Hate crimes, political division, the pandemic, mass shootings, natural disasters, abusive relationships.

How do we turn from being a victim to a survivor?


“I’ll be forever changed by her story. It’s a reminder of what courage looks like in the worst of times. And that ‘We all have the ability to pay attention to what we’ve lost, or to pay attention to what we still have.'”


“The account given by Dr. Edith Eva Eger of the holocaust will be etched in the minds of those who attended. A compelling remembrance was the vitality and optimism of Dr. Eger. Despite the appalling rigors of her youthful experience, she chose to be positive and optimistic and this had enormous impact on those who were gathered.”

David Lange, Former Prime Minister of New Zealand

"Dr. Eger is a Holocaust survivor who has dedicated her career to helping us understand trauma, anger, resilience, and the power of choosing how we see ourselves and how we resist the labels that people put on us.”