Lisa Benson is a 25-year veteran of humanitarian, foreign policy, national security and Pro-Israel matters. Lisa has been the voice of accurate, measured foreign policy information on Salem Radio KKNT, Phoenix and the architect of Lisa Benson TV (newly streaming). Lisa is a compelling public speaker, broadcaster, non-profit development consultant, writer, humanitarian and national security analyst.
As a child, Lisa was introduced to the horrors of genocide by her father, Vincent, a concentration camp liberator. She remembers being only ten-years old when her dad sat her down at the kitchen table and tossed 12 packs of photos to her. His words resonate to this day, "I want you to know where I was and what I saw." Lisa recalls this story with tears in her eyes as she will never forget that moment.
The photos of piled up dead bodies were taken by Vincent when he marched into Ohrdruf liberating it on April 4, 1945; it was a sub-camp of Buchenwald and the first Nazi camp liberated by U.S. troops.
From a 10-year old little girl with indelible memories, to a grown Jewish woman traveling the world speaking out on atrocities of unfathomable proportion, Lisa Benson holds nothing back as a speaker, broadcaster, activist, and human rights educator. (www.LisaBensonRadioShow.com).
Lisa Benson founded The Queen Esther Project.org knowing, "We Were All Born For Such A Time As This."
Lisa Benson has a B.A. from the State University of New York at Albany and attended graduate school at the Rockefeller College of Public Policy at the State University of New York at Albany. Lisa is a mother, avid hiker, artist and committed to ending genocide in her lifetime.
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