Madelon Rosen-Solomon is a journalist and writer with deep roots in the American Jewish Community. She sits on the Educators Planning Committee of The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center, is a certified Holocaust Educator, and a high school English and History Teacher. She is also a Kent State School of Journalism/ASNE Fellow. Before turning to education, Ms. Rosen-Solomon had a career in public relations where she worked for several top-ten Manhattan PR firms before running her own PR Consultancy. She has represented a number of Jewish and Israeli performing artists and other accounts in the Jewish World. She worked as a Broadway theatrical publicist for a number of years, where she was trained by David Merrick’s former press agent Max Eisen. Madelon has been a journalist on staff and freelance for several New York Metro area newspapers and magazines. An active member of Women of Reform Judaism and Temple Israel of Northern Westchester Sisterhood, Madelon writes about The Holocaust and Human Rights, Women/Gender Issues in Judaism, and the Intersection of Politics and Judaism. She is currently working on a book about American Jews and The Holocaust. She holds an MS in Education from Fordham University, a BA in Literature and History from SUNY Purchase College, and another BA in Theatre and Journalism from CUNY Lehman College.