Dina Gold

last updated 3/3/2018

Dina Gold

Senior Editor at MOMENT Magazine

Location:
4115 Suite LL10 call 1., Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States
HQ Phone:
(202) 363-6422

General Information

Experience

Stolen Legacy - Author

Education

Corpus Christi College

postgraduate degrees - social anthropology , London University's School of Oriental and African Studies

postgraduate degrees - social anthropology , Oxford University

Affiliations

Co-Chair - Washington Jewish Film Festival

Television Journalist - British Broadcasting Corporation

Board Member - Theater J

Member of Executive Committee - Washington DCJCC

Board Member - Jewish Community Center

Policy Advisor - Scotland Yard

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Staff | Moment Magazine - The Next 5,000 Years of Conversation Begin Here

Senior Editor: Dina Gold
Dina Gold has postgraduate degrees in social anthropology from both London University's School of Oriental and African Studies and Oxford University. At Oxford, she was the first woman to graduate from Corpus Christi College since its founding in 1517. Her first job in journalism was as a financial reporter on the "Investors Chronicle" in the UK before she joined the BBC to work as an investigative reporter and producer for both radio and television. Gold was later a BBC ombudsman as well as, for a year immediately after 9/11, on attachment as a policy advisor to the British police at Scotland Yard. Gold joined Moment in 2013.

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» Dina Gold - Stolen LegacyHistory Author Show

Dina Gold - Stolen Legacy
September 25, 2017 - This week, our time machine follows one woman's modern quest to recover property stolen by Nazi Germany. It was only a single theft in the National Socialist State's vast, systematic plundering of Jewish wealth, but the Wolff family's story quickly becomes our story, and we find ourselves rooting for justice. Author Dina Gold's grandmother, Nellie Wolff, told her stories of the glamorous life she had led in pre-war Berlin, and how she dreamed of reclaiming the majestic building that had housed the family business. Grandma Nellie didn't live to see the fall of the Berlin Wall, but when Germany reunified, Dina marched into a German government ministry and declared: "I've come to claim my family's building." Dina tells the story in her book, Stolen Legacy: Nazi Theft and the Quest for Justice at Krausenstrasse 17/18, Berlin . Raised in the U.K. and is now an American citizen living in the nation's capital, she sits on the board of the Jewish Community Center and just completed her stint as co-chair on the council of the Washington Jewish Film Festival. A senior editor at Moment magazine, she started her career in London as a financial journalist after postgraduate studies at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Later, at the BBC, she worked as an investigative reporter and television producer.

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Stolen Legacy: Nazi Theft and the Quest for Justice at Krausenstrasse 17/18, Berlin (Paperback) | Left Bank Books

By Dina Gold, Stuart E. Eizenstat (Foreword by)
When the Wall fell in 1989, Dina decided to battle for restitution. Dina Gold was born and brought up in Britain. She is now an American citizen living in Washington, DC where she is on the board of the Jewish Community Center and co-chair of the Washington Jewish Film Festival. A senior editor at Moment magazine, she started her career in London as a financial journalist after postgraduate studies at Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Later, at the BBC, she worked as an investigative reporter and television producer.

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