Jill Sarkozi is the founder of Safekeeping Stories and the creator of Storykeeping, a reflective writing method that makes it easy for anyone to create a legacy story. Developed through more than a decade of research and feedback from participants and program facilitators, Storykeeping offers just the right mix of structure, guidance, feedback, and encouragement. Jill has created a facilitator training program and manages a team of three workshop facilitators. Jill has a degree in finance from Tulane University, a law degree from Tulane Law School, and a certificate in Applied Positive Psychology. She is a member of the Biographers Guild of Greater New York. She created the Safekeeping Stories of the Holocaust Workshop at the request of the Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center to help children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren of Holocaust survivors create legacy stories for their family.