Survivors passed their legacy on to their own children, empowering future generations to speak up and fight to call out injustices. Please join us as we invite Dian Hartz Warsoff to share the stories of her family and speak about the lives of those who survived the Holocaust and to explore the dangers of allowing their memory of the horror to be erased.
Originally from Philadelphia, PA, Diane Hartz Warsoff has lived in Utah for nearly 30 years, where she is a small business owner. Since her late childhood, Diane has heard the stories from her mother and grandparents of their harrowing experience during WWII and the Shoah. In 2013, she and her mother attended their first conference of the Child Survivors of the Holocaust and Their Descendants, where Diane learned the importance and the means to tell her family’s story as a second-generation survivor.
Diane is an active volunteer, serving as Treasurer for the United Jewish Federation of Utah and is active with TreeUtah. She also served as a French interpreter at the Salt Lake Winter Olympics.
Diane earned an MBA in Finance and International Business from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at NYU and a B.S. in Economics in Finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.