Janet Pfeffer Vignola was born in London, England just as WW II ended. She arrived in the United States at almost three years of age with her parents who were Holocaust survivors. Eventually she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts from Hunter College and subsequently earned a Master’s Degree in Education from William Paterson University where she worked as an Adjunct Professor for 11 years. Janet had a 25-year career as a teacher for the Roxbury N.J. Township Public Schools. She is the proud mother of two daughters and proud grandmother of five grandchildren.
In her retirement, Janet has done a considerable amount of public speaking on the topic of her parents’ history as Holocaust survivors. With her sisters, she took a once in a lifetime trip following in her parents’ footsteps to the United States and wrote as well as self-published a book entitled Salt of the Earth about her parents’ journey which is available on Amazon.
A Non-Partisan, Informative Meeting via Zoom. Hosted by the Mount Arlington Democrats.
When: Apr 11, 2022 07:00 PM
Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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