Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Marcus is the Founder and CEO of the Crane Center for Mass Atrocity Prevention. His background includes director-level positions in development, program development, and research as well as time as an executive consultant for nonprofit and private sector organizations.
Much of Marcus’ work in mass atrocity prevention focuses on East & Southeast Asia, technology in genocide, and mass atrocity prevention.
Central Africa SME & Operations Volunteer
Amber is the Crane Center’s volunteer subject matter expert on issues pertaining to Central Africa. As the Crane Center’s operations volunteer, Amber assists in assembling project proposals and developing educational trips to sites of memory.
Amber’s background centers on Rwanda and the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi, the Darfur Genocide, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Dr. Eileen M. Angelini
Holocaust Education Fellow
Dr. Angelini is a Fulbright Scholar, Fulbright Specialist, and Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques who currently serves as the Associate Dean in the School for Graduate Studies at SUNY Empire State College. She is a subject matter expert on the WWII occupation of France, teaching the Holocaust through film, and on Francophone cultures.
Dr. Angelini’s fellowship focuses on the lessons students can learn from the Holocaust and how to bring those lessons to an ever-wider range of students.