Jill Santiago began her journey with the Center in 2009 after graduating from the
Honors College at Suffolk County Community College. It was during that time that she
found her passion for Holocaust education. She graduated from Stony Brook University
with a BA in sociology, and later from Queens College where she earned her MA in history.
Jill works on developing educational programs for the Center and also serves as a
liaison for local school districts and community organizations who visit the museum
and request diversity based presentations. In addition to her role at the Center,
Jill also teaches in the history and humanities departments of the College.