The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance is pleased to provide Museum staff as speakers to civic groups, military bases and other institutions in Texas and adjacent states on the topics of Holocaust and tolerance education. To request a Museum staff speaker, please complete ALL fields on this form and submit. You will receive a confirmation email that the request has successfully been submitted. One of our Museum staff members will follow up with you by telephone to confirm arrangements. Travel costs beyond the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area are the responsibility of the requesting organization.
To request a Holocaust survivor or an adult child of a Holocaust survivor as a speaker, please click here.
Museum staff presentations are made by staff members and include the choice of Museum President & CEO Mary Pat Higgins; Senior Director of Education Sara Abosch, PhD; Education & Public Engagement Coordinator Charlotte Decoster, PhD; Communications Director Paula Nourse; and Senior Director of Development Maria MacMullin. We will work with your group to find the best speaker based on requested topics, dates and staff member’s schedules. A variety of topics are available including but not limited to:
“What it Means to be an Upstander: Educating Ourselves How to Standup for What’s Right”
“A Day in the Life of The Holocaust: The Exhibition at The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance”