Dr. Carter-Chand is the director of the Programs on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, which fosters scholarship, teaching, and reflection on the intersections between religion and the Holocaust. In this role, she serves as the staff director of the Committee on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust. Dr. Carter-Chand’s research focuses on Christian minority groups in Nazi Germany, including the Salvation Army, Quakers, Seventh-Day Adventists, and Jehovah’s Witnesses. Before coming to the Museum, Dr. Carter-Chand was a visiting assistant professor at Clark University’s Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies in Worcester, Massachusetts, and a lecturer at Lakehead University, Orillia, in Canada. She was a Claims Conference Saul Kagan Fellow in 2009–11 and a Cummings Foundation Fellow at the Museum in 2012–13. She currently serves on the editorial teams of Contemporary Church History Quarterly and Kirchliche Zeitgeschichte/Contemporary Church History. She also serves on the board of directors of the Council of Centers on Christian-Jewish Relations and the steering committee of the Religion, Holocaust, and Genocide Unit at the American Academy of Religion.