Vivian Lehrer Stadlin is a founding director of Eden Village Camp
in Putnam Valley, New York. She grew up in Jewish and outdoor camps and believes in camps’ power for good. She graduated from Columbia University and Columbia Law School, carried out a two-year legal fellowship at the Urban Justice Center, served as adjunct professor at Boricua College, and led Jewish service-learning trips for teens in Israel and New Orleans. Her interest in wellness led her to attend the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and she brings a holistic perspective to Eden Village. She is thrilled to help create an experience for campers and teens that is fun, dynamic, and, just maybe, life-changing. Today’s episode has been brought to you by HeritageRadioNetwork.org.
“One of the tenets of Judaism is that all people are created equally…and if we take that seriously, we think, ‘Wow, we really need to do something about this climate crisis.'”
“One thing that we often say here is that we’re using Jewish means for universal ends.”
— Vivian Lehrer Stadlin on Greenhorn Radio