Speyer serves on the boards of a number of other organizations, including Carnegie Hall, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, The Partnership for New York City, RAND Corporation, Urban Land Institute, Columbia University, The New York City Investment Fund, and Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation.
What does VHF stand for?
VHF stands for Visual History Foundation (University of Southern California)
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We have 35 other meanings of VHF in our Acronym Attic
- Very Highly Enriched Uranium
- Venezuela Horse Encephalomyeliti Viruos
- Vilyuisk Human Encephalomyelitis Virus
- Vestavia Hills Elementary West (Alabama)
- Visit Hull and East Yorkshire (UK)
- Vertical Horizontal Filter (finance)
- Very High Frequency (30-300 MHz; 10-1m)
- Victoria Hospitals Foundation (British Columbia, Canada)
- Viral Hemorrhagic Fever (viral infection which causes massive bleeding)
- Visible Human Female
- Very-Hi Frequency Data Exchange
- Very High Frequency-Frequency Modulated
- Very High Frequency - Low Band
- Very High Frequency Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition
- Very High Frequency-Amplitude Modulation
- Very High Frequency-Direction Finder
- Vermont Housing Finance Agency
- Valley Hospital Fertility Center (Paramus, NJ)
- Village Harbor Fishing Club (Ship Bottom, NJ)
- Vietnam Helicopter Flight Crew Network
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She was director of development for the west coast division of the Museum of Television and Radio and the director of major gifts for the Shoah Visual History Foundation.
After years of searching, Hart, a longtime volunteer at the Shoah Visual History Foundation in North Hollywood, contacted the American Red Cross of Greater Los Angeles.
Michael Berenbaum, Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation and the University of Judaism, Los Angeles, CA
Today, the Los Angeles-based Survivors of the Shoah (the Jewish term for the Holocaust) Visual History Foundation, created by Spielberg, is amassing more than 100,000 hours of survivor testimony around the world in 30 languages and putting them on tape.
Between 1996 and 2000, O'Krent interviewed Holocaust survivors for Steven Spielberg's Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation.
Instead, the director was was using the event to spotlight the Shoah Visual History Foundation, an organization that he founded after making ``Schindler's List.
In-School Program To further raise awareness of issues related to intolerance, Universal Studios Home Video has supported the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation in its development of "Giving Voice," a reality-based educational program for high-schoolers that showcases today's kids' take on issues of bias and intolerance.