Rachael Cerrotti is an award-winning author, educator, and documentary storyteller. Her work explores the intergenerational impact of memory and migration. She is currently the Inaugural Storyteller in Residence for USC Shoah Foundation where she produces and hosts The Memory Generation podcast. In 2019, Rachael released her first podcast — We Share The Same Sky. Listed as one of the best podcasts of the year by HuffPost, it is now being taught in high school classrooms around the world. Her debut memoir, also titled We Share The Same Sky, was released in August 2021. It won the Maine Literary Award and was shortlisted for the 2022 William Saroyan International Prize for Writing amongst other accolades. In 2017, she was the subject of an award-winning multimedia series produced by WBUR, Boston’s NPR station, titled Beyond Sides of History. Her stories have been used in curriculums developed by and for Discovery Education, USC Shoah Foundation, Echoes & Reflections, Facing History & Ourselves, Jewish Women’s Archive and others. She is currently developing an exhibit based on We Share The Same Sky with the Florida Holocaust Museum. Rachael speaks to communities worldwide and teaches students that range in age from elementary school to adult education.