My motivations for going to professional conferences usually revolve around staying abreast of new information relevant to my field, networking with others, and earning CEUs. I’ve never gone to a professional conference expecting to be emotionally moved in a giant way, but that’s exactly what happened at an ACRP meeting about 10 years ago when I attended the keynote address given by Eva Mozes Kor, one of the “Mengele Twins” on whom horrific medical experiments were conducted at the Aushwitz concentration camp during WWII. I vividly recall Kor’s strength as she marched us all through her experiences which started when she was only 10 years old. Only 10 years old. Let that sink in.