“Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis was born in Hungary. She came to the United States after surviving the Nazi’s Bergen Belsen concentration camp. Determined to devote her life to fighting the spiritual holocaust among Jews in the U.S. and around the world, the Rebbetzin founded Hineni. She wrote a weekly column for the Jewish Press, the largest Anglo-Jewish paper in the world, teaches Torah on TV and over the Internet, and has authored four best selling books, “The Jewish Soul on Fire”; “The Committed Life”; “The Committed Marriage” and her latest release “Life Is A Test”.  The Rebbetzin lectured across the globe, has been featured in numerous publications, and has been given formal recognition for her accomplishments by major religious and civic organizations in the U.S. and Israel.”(henini.org)

“At the end of her testimony to the Holocaust, Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis shares her message to the future. She urges future generations to live for the victims and survivors through study and prayer. Jungreis dedicated her life to Holocaust remembrance and the Jewish community. She passed away at the age of 80, August 23, 2016. Her memory lives on in her testimony preserved in the Visual History Archive.” (USC Shoah Foundation)