Klara Strompf, born in Hungary, is an economist, the mother of two adult sons and now lives in Germany. Since 1996 she has been participating in a project in her town of residence Mörfelden-Walldorf, together with the local museum director Cornelia Rühlig, the town council and town parliament, the City of Frankfurt and the Frankfurt Airport Authority (Fraport). She wrote and published Hungarian Jewish Women in KZ Walldorf in 1944 in both English and Hungarian.They have found 65 survivors of this camp living around the world and have helped them to get financial and emotional compensation. She sees herself as a bridge-builder between both generations of Jews and Germans to keep continuous proactive dialogues. She is a strong believer in the tremendous power of education and its role in forming the life philosophy of the young new generation in Germany.