Lara Trubowitz

Associate Director, National College And University Programs
ADL/A World of Difference Institute

Dr. Lara Trubowitz is the Associate Director of ADL’s National College and University Programs, and Education Director for ADL’s Midwest region. In these dual roles, she coordinates anti-bias training workshops and bias incident response for K-12 school districts, colleges and universities, and municipalities, focusing in particular on white supremacist trends. She came to the ADL after having spent many years as a professor of English with expertise in 20th- and 21st-century antisemitism, racism, fascism, and neofascism. She has taught at the University of Iowa, University of California, Berkeley, Northwestern, and for the “Prison University Project,” a college degree program at San Quentin State Penitentiary in California. Prior to joining ADL, Lara worked with K-12 teachers, administrators, families, and students to create comprehensive anti-bias and equity curricula. She also served as a restorative justice trainer with the Restorative School Communities Initiative in Evanston, IL

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