The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center had a remarkable year filled with incredible moments, challenges, and new opportunities. As you read through the pages of this report, you will see the enormous impact of this organization, our award-winning museum, and our various digital and in-person programs and offerings.
- HHC engaged more than 2.5 million through our mission-driven digital and in-person events, museum tours, educational experiences, social media, and virtual content. From Australia to India, individuals from more than 25 countries and 30 states tuned into digital and in-person programming this year.
- Thousands experienced our newest exhibit Dimensions in Testimony. We are one of only 10 museums in the world where visitors can experience Dimensions in Testimony, a virtual intelligence exhibit featuring two-dimensional displays of Holocaust survivors. Visitors can ask questions and receive responses in real time.
- More than 20,000 people visited the museum this year. Approximately 76% of visitors spend more than one hour exploring the museum and visitors come from nearly every state across the country.
- HHC promoted Jodi Elowitz to Chief Learning Officer and hired our first-ever Education Outreach Manager Lauren Karas. With this new role, we’re able to connect more teachers and students to HHC’s dynamic educational programming through expanded outreach and sustained partnerships with area school districts.
- HHC expanded its Cincy Upstander Project and added two new positions to expand its upstander and humanity-related work while building community engagement. HHC hired Jackie Congedo as its Chief External Relations & Community Engagement Officer and Jake Campbell as the Upstander Engagement Manager.
- HHC forged a new partnership this year that exposes every freshmen from Cincinnati Public Schools to Holocaust education through interactive field trips to the museum for the next five years.
- HHC expanded its reach through earned media. Check out media coverage of HHC from the past year.