Anne Max graduated with her MSW in 1985 and has worked at Baycrest since 1998. She has had many different jobs at Baycrest working with in-patients as well as with out-patient teams assisting people who live in the community. In 2006, Anne co-founded a program for Holocaust Survivors called Café Europa, which is a social program. Café Europa also worked with Crestwood on the Oral History project where some of the students interviewed Survivors and learned about their experiences during the Holocaust. Anne’s current role is Holocaust Program Coordinator and she works with Holocaust Survivors and their families. This includes providing virtual programs, a support group for Second Generation, 1:1 virtual counselling, phone calls with Survivors and in-person visits with residents at Baycrest.