Dr. Andrea Struve has been working in education for 10 years. In 2013, she became the first Manovill University Fellow at the JFCS Holocaust Center, learning how to be a genocide scholar and educator. Following, she continued teaching and learning as both a student and educator in the classroom, earning her MA in Teaching and EdD in International and Multicultural Education with an emphasis in Human Rights Education, and being a high school history and research teacher in the Northern California public schools. She continued her relationship with the JFCS Holocaust Center, returning in 2021 as the Director of Education. In her role, she established the Educator Leadership Council, led the cross organizational team that created the Incident Response Guide for Antisemitism for Bay Area Administrators, and helped to launch the CA Teachers Collaborative for Holocaust and Genocide Education. Andrea is returning to the classroom in 2024 to be in direct service to students, and looks forward to continuing her relationship with JFCS Holocaust Center as a member of the Educator Leadership Council.