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PRESENTATION OF: AUSCHWITZ #34207 – THE JOE RUBINSTEIN STORY
In 2007, Holocaust survivor Joe Rubinstein told author Nancy Sprowell Geise that he would never share his experiences at Auschwitz and several of the most notorious Nazi concentration camps. Five years later, he changed his mind and asked Nancy to tell his amazing story.
Shortly after its release, Auschwitz #34207 – The Joe Rubinstein Story became an Amazon #1 Best Seller. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum awarded Nancy with their Coin of Excellence Award.
Nancy has made it her mission to share Joe’s remarkable story around the world. She has been invited to speak at the United States Library of Congress and The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., The Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Museum in Poland, and at the 75th Commemoration of the Liquidation of the Ghettos in Joe’s hometown of Radom, Poland.
Business Leaders and Educators alike have found powerful messages of hope and inspiration for their employees and students by Joe’s example of never giving in to despair, facing life challenges, and choosing to live a joy-filled life.
Joe’s story is a triumph of the human spirit with life lessons for us all.
“Nancy gave one of the most moving presentations on any subject that I’ve ever heard.
She had us laughing, crying and cheering.”
—Russell Greene MD, State of Kansas Holocaust Commemoration Attendee
“Nancy's presentation of Auschwitz #34207 at the U.S. Library of Congress was the most powerful presentation of the Holocaust I've ever heard, and I've heard a lot.”
—Anthony Pitch, Author
"Thank you, Nancy Geise, for sharing Joe Rubinstein's story with us.
Our guides were really impressed with your passion and involvement in telling Joe's story around the world."
—Tomas Michaldo, Director of the Guides, Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, Oświęcim, Poland
“Nancy's style is warm and engaging and puts people at ease. She speaks to a large group as if she were in your living room.
I highly recommend speaker Nancy Geise.”
—Michael Abramson, Chairman, North Carolina Council on the Holocaust