Professional Speaker, Marta Fuchs was born in Hungary and escaped with her family to the U.S. in the wake of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. She holds a BA in Linguistics, a Masters of Library Science, a Masters in Clinical Psychology, and is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist.
For nearly three decades, Marta has given dynamic and inspirational presentations and workshops, captivating audiences in churches, temples, professional and community groups, libraries, schools, city-wide programs, and conferences. She has also presented throughout the U.S. and in European Holocaust commemorations.
With her warm and engaging style, Marta captivates audiences with her family’s poignant and ultimately uplifting stories of survival and loss during the Holocaust and their immigration to America in the wake of the Hungarian Revolution.