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The Director

Sara Greenberg, a native of Philadelphia, PA, graduated from Yale College in May 2009 with a BA in Economics. Since graduating college, Sara has lived in the United States, Hong Kong, China and Israel, working for Thomson Reuters (in their strategy group) and then for a venture capital firm. Sara has also done work with various non-profit organizations including the USC Shoah Foundation Institute, the Anti-Defamation League and the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. Sara is also on on the board of the recently created Hong Kong Holocaust and Tolerance Resource Center. Sara currently lives in Boston, and is pursing a joint degree in business administration and public policy from Harvard University.

In Sara’s final semester at Yale as part of a project for a class taught by Dr. Ruth Westheimer entitled “Family and the Jewish Tradition” Sara produced B-2247: A Granddaughter’s Understanding. The film originated out of a trip Sara took with her family in 2005 to Eastern Europe to visit the hometowns of her mother’s parents who had both survived the Holocaust. Moved and appalled by what she saw—particularly after visiting Auschwitz with her grandfather—Sara was to determined to one day share her grandparents’ story with the rest of the world.

Sara is the daughter of Marcy Gringlas and Joel Greenberg and has two siblings: Jackson, who wrote the music for B-2247: A Granddaughter’s Understanding, and Gabrielle.