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On June 11, 2003, Sarri Singer was on Bus 14 in Jerusalem when an 18 year old Palestinian terrorist boarded the bus and blew himself up. 17 people were killed, including all those seated and standing around her, and over 100 people were injured. Sarri was hospitalized for two weeks and then returned to New Jersey to be with family. She has since appeared on television stations, radio interviews and spoken before Congressmen and Senators. Sarri is the Founder and Director of Strength to Strength (, which focuses on bringing together victims of terrorism together from around the world and assisting with long term psychological needs.

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“I had no control over what happened to me that day, but I do have control over how I live my life going forward.” Click to learn more about Sarri’s story and her upcoming speaking engagements.

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Since her attack, Sarri has appeared on television stations and radio interviews such as CBS, FoxNews, CNN. Click below to read these publications and watch her videos.


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“How would it affect your life if someone tried to kill you? Sarri Singer can answer that question because a terrorist blew himself up on the bus she was riding. How her life progressed thereafter is a fascinating story of the triumph of will and faith over adversity and evil.”

John Ferguson, Esq., Laurens, South Carolina Rotary Club

“Sarri’s presentation was fantastic!  Her willingness to participate in our Living Lessons program and ability to connect with our student population and community was outstanding.  We look forward to having her back to Franklin Lakes in the future.”

Joe Keiser, Principal, Franklin Avenue Middle School, Franklin Lakes, NJ

“From the depths of her own struggles, as a survivor of terrorism, Sarri Singer managed to become a source of inspiration, strength and hope for so many. I have known Sarri for over 13 years. She was always there for us. Always willing to assist others, effectively communicate our people’s strength, uplift our spirit and present our collective story with dignity and passion. Sarri is a true asset for the entire community.”

Ambassador Ido Aharoni, Israel's Consul General to New York (2010-2016)

“Sarri Singer is a gifted and unique speaker.  She has a wonderful combination of ease of delivery and sincere authenticity that make her both highly engaging and very easy to listen to.  Her warmth and charm beautifully couches the intensity and significance of her message.  I would enthusiastically recommend her for any audience.”

Rabbi Adam Jacobs, Managing Director, AISH Center, NYC

“Keynoting our annual women’s major donor luncheon, Sarri spoke movingly of her experiences of survival and hope in the aftermath of the terror attack in which she was a victim. Our guests were moved to tears, reliving the moments with her, but mostly because of the optimistic world views she shared. How this woman turned her personal tragedy into a global movement of healing is a lesson in inspiration.”

Paula Joffe, Director, Women's Philanthropy, Jewish Federation of Princeton Mercer Bucks


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