Talli Dippold is the Associate Director of the Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice and Director of Jewish Life at Queens University of Charlotte. Previously, she was the Executive Director of the Levine-Sklut Judaic Library & Resource Center at Shalom Park.
Talli holds a Masters in Holocaust and Genocide Studies. After many years in the hospitality industry she decided to change her focus and pursue her lifelong passion for Judaism and Holocaust studies. Talli has travelled extensively throughout Eastern Europe and participated in numerous educational opportunities including the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Belfer Conference, The Prestigious Holocaust and Jewish Resistance Teachers Program, as well as the Hillel International Professionals’ Heritage Study Tour in Poland. She has been an active member of the North Carolina Council on the Holocaust since 2013. She is currently teaching a college level class on Preserving Memory in the Digital Age which includes a two weeks study tour throughout Poland.
Talli is passionate about Jewish engagement; during her college years she was the president of her schools’ Hillel and has taught Hebrew for many years.
Talli is a native of Jerusalem and the granddaughter of four Holocaust survivors.