Nancy Rubinstein


After an extensive and successful teaching career in the Rumson School District, I learned about Chhange from a friend, and came as a volunteer in 2008. Since then, I have become a full-time volunteer and have assumed responsibility for many of our dynamic and innovative services as coordinator of the Survivor Curriculum Suitcase Program, and the Speakers’ Bureau.

I am a program presenter/exhibit docent for visiting school groups. In addition, I manage the daily needs of the office ordering supplies, help to enlist and coordinate volunteers, and often serve as “in house” caterer for programs or meetings. I also serve on many committees and often host the Registration table, welcoming attendees at most of Chhange’s major programs and events.

I hold a BS in Elementary Education from Monmouth College and an MA in Human Development from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Being a part of Chhange is extremely rewarding and challenging, and having the opportunity to work with our Holocaust Survivors—my chance to “touch history”—has enriched my life immeasurably.

Chhange educates, inspires, and empowers individuals to stand up to injustice.