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Deborah Nagler is a veteran educator, nonprofit administrator, teacher trainer and lecturer. Nagler teaches online Educational Technology courses for graduate students at Gratz College and New Jersey City University.  She also works as an Instructional Designer for an online graduate program at Hebrew Union College in NYC. Nagler’s courses reflect her interest in Universal Design for Learning and her desire to create student-centered, multi-modal courses that are effective and engaging.

In addition, Nagler serves as an educational technology consultant for public schools in New York and New Jersey. The focus of her doctoral research at NJCU is Maker Education and women’s participation in community Makerspaces.

Nagler holds a BA in Religious Studies from Washington University, an MA in Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary, and an MS in Education Media Design & Technology from Full Sail University. Nagler is a doctoral candidate in Educational Technology Leadership at New Jersey City University.

Kristen Nelson is Of Counsel to a boutique Los Angeles law firm focusing on civil litigation, international business and family law and is the Assistant Managing Editor of the European Court of Human Rights module for Oxford Reports on International Law. She was the Project Manager and Lead Researcher on a multi-year Holocaust real property restitution study commissioned by the Prague-based European Shoah Legacy Institute (ESLI), which will be published by Oxford University Press in Winter 2018 as Searching for Justice after the Holocaust: Fulfilling the Terezin Declaration and Immovable Property Restitution. She is also the author of a number of forthcoming legal articles relating to Holocaust property restitution and has extensive experience in litigating high stakes atrocities and asset recovery cases in United States courts relating, in particular, to the Armenian genocide. Kristen has a JD from Pepperdine University School of Law and a Master of Laws in Human Rights from the University of Hong Kong.

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