Young Professional Committee
What are you doing today to make a difference tomorrow?
The YPC is a group of young adults from across the Chicagoland area, dedicated to raising funds and awareness for Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center through events and programs in collaboration with the Development Department and Museum Board of Directors liaisons. Committee activities include social, educational and professional development networking opportunities.
At Illinois Holocaust Museum, we honor the memory of all who were killed during the Holocaust by teaching universal lessons that combat hatred, prejudice, and indifference, and inspiring visitors to become Upstanders, as opposed to bystanders, who speak out for what’s right – turning powerful lessons of history into positive actions today. The Museum activates this mission through cutting-edge exhibitions and innovative public programming that brings scholars, activists and artists together with the community to discuss how to improve our world.
For more information on how to get involved with the Young Professional Committee, please email email@example.com or call 847.967.4850.
2019-2020 YPC Committee
|Lauren Abrams||Jamie Greenebaum||Kiran Pookote||Leadership|
|Karen Achtman||Hayley Levitan||Danielle Rubin||Mike Bregman|
|Fara Alexander||Galya Loeb||Ari Sagett||Ross Chaifetz*|
|Corey Bregman||Melanie Miller||Mitchell Schoeneman||Amanda Pearlstein|
|Alana Cain||Danny Newman||Michael Smith||Carly Rehbock|
|Missy Doylida||Danielle Pearlman||Joey Shapiro*|
|Hank Goldberg||Jeff Pearlman||Dan Thalheimer|
View Photos of Past Young Professional Committee Events
Young Professional Committee Presents: Orny Adams, January 2020>
Young Professional Committee Presents: Derek Hughes, January 2019>
Third Annual Race for Humanity 5K, May 2018>
Young Professional Committee Presents: Tyler Hilton, January 2018>
Second Annual Race for Humanity 5K, May 2017 >
Young Professional Committee Presents: Eric Paslay Live, January 2017>
Inaugural Race for Humanity 5K & Kids 1K Fun Run, May 2016>
LOL with YPC, June 2015>
YPC Blog Post #3
Posted by Caroline| Student at University of Michigan & Young Professional Committee Member, Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center
With this new technology, the in-person conversation exists.
The impact of Pinchas’ story can reach beyond the places he has visited himself.
YPC Blog Post #2
June 23, 2016 | A Museum Professional Turned Activist
Posted by Patricia Doyle | Young Professional Committee Member, Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center
When I looked around the large Hyatt Regency Chicago dining room filled with close to 2,000 of Chicago’s foremost business, civic and community leaders, I felt a sense of pride that I was part of a community that is supporting an extremely relevant and important cause.
YPC Blog Post #1
May 31, 2016 | What It Means to be a ‘3G’
Posted by Michael Bregman | Young Professional Committee Co-Chair, Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center
The best way for me to ensure that my son grows up in a world where nothing even resembling the Holocaust is possible is to teach future generations to recognize bigotry and intolerance and to confront it.