HRSG Student Panel Bios

April 2023 

Tamar Aizenberg: Graduate Student, Brandeis University, Student Panel Moderator is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at Brandeis University. Her research focuses on how the grandchildren of survivors and the grandchildren of perpetrators relate to their family histories. She is also the granddaughter of a survivor.

Ron Sadan is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of German at Princeton University.

Saul Munn is a freshman at Brandeis University, studying Philosophy and Computer Science. Munn is a third generation descendant of Holocaust survivors and past participant in a four-day, intensive dialogue group between descendants of Holocaust survivors and descendants of Nazi perpetrators.

Casey Shea Dinkin is a first-year undergraduate student at Brandeis University studying history, politics, and comparative literature from Oakland California. He spent last year living in Israel/Palestine on a gap year working in the peace process and spent a year in Berlin with his family as a teen. His is the only known branch of his family that escaped Eastern Europe before the holocaust. 

Aeryn Rowe is an undergraduate student at Brandeis University and has worked with the Brandeis Hillel and the Center for German and European Studies.

Lila Hempel-Edgers is a second year undergraduate at Northeastern University and is studying Journalism, Criminal Justice, and Psychology. 

Ellen Modlin is a second-year undergraduate Psychology student at Northeastern University. After graduation she aspires to work as a Clinical Psychologist, and is currently volunteering for the Trevor Project.