Mimi Werbler is active on the Fundraising and Membership Committees and is a founding member of Generations: Descendants of Holocaust Survivors at Chhange. In addition, she is a docent for the Center's exhibit, Journeys Beyond Genocide. As the daughter and daughter-in-law of local Holocaust survivors, she feels compelled to carry on their legacy and message of "Never Forget—Never Again.” She also leads a popular Yiddish club.
Werbler has been involved in Holocaust education since 1994, with the establishment of the middle school peer-to-peer Holocaust education project "Zachor" ("Remember") at Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Monmouth County. Werbler was an active volunteer there for more than 20 years, and also served a term as PTO president.
Werbler is an active life member of Hadassah and Special Strides. She worked for 10 years teaching arts and crafts at Middlesex County College, in the department of Professional and Community Programs. Werbler graduated from Rutgers University with a double major: a Bachelor of Science in Physician's Assistant and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. A long-time member of Congregation Sons of Israel, Manalapan, she and her husband Jack live in Morganville, NJ. Their two daughters, Annette and Elisa, both live in Brooklyn.