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Meredith Rose Burak '03 was profiled recently by her alma mater the University of Vermont for her work as chair of public-private partnerships for the nonprofit Survivor Initiative. The Initiative tackles significant funding shortfalls for programs that support Holocaust survivors living below the national poverty line -- most recently celebrating when the government of New York City added $1.5 million in aid for Holocaust survivors to the municipal budget this past summer.

Burak began exploring her Jewish heritage in earnest after meeting David Altschuler, her classmate at NMH who she calls her first Jewish friend.

Read more about her work here.

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