Ellaine Rosen has taught and lectured on Jewish history, Jewish art, the Holocaust, and secular art for over sixty years. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Columbia University, a Bachelor of Religious Education from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, a Master of Education from Harvard University, and successfully completed all coursework for a PhD (except the dissertation) in Judaic Studies, Religion, and Art History from the University of Pittsburgh. She is happily married to her husband of 59 years. They have two daughters and five grandsons. She currently resides in Naples, Florida where she is a docent at the Holocaust Museum as well as The Naples Art Association.
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