Rena Lubin earned a BA from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in Religious Studies with a minor in History. She has a passion for preservation, curation, and education; she has worked as an intern specializing in digitization at the Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center, served as the Exhibits and Global Education Coordinator and Artifact Lending Intern for UNC Asheville’s Center for Diversity Education, and is working toward a career in museum education. While at UNC Asheville, she did independent research on the often stereotypical and one-dimensional representations of Jewish women characters in American popular culture. She is dedicated to making history more accessible and inclusive, giving volume to the individual voices and experiences that are often left out of the narrative. Rena is also a huge fan of the Harry Potter series, an avid re-watcher of the Kennedy-Nixon presidential debates, and an aficionado of 90s TV dramas.