Adele Stolovitz is Kid Camp Rosh (Leader) for In the City Camp.
Adele will make sure all of our youngest campers (entering Kindergarten - 5th grade) have a safe summer filled with new friends, personal growth, and tons of camp spirit (ruach).
This is Adele's fourth summer working with In the City Camp. We are thrilled to elevate her to this leadership role.
Adele is a graduate of The Weber School. This fall she will enter her sophomore year at Barnard College, Columbia University where she is active in Jewish life and the pro-Israel student movement.
Adele is excited to be back at In the City Camp and is ready to make 2017 the best summer yet!
Talia Auslin is Tween Camp Director for In the City Camp.
During the school year, Talia works at Lanier Middle School as the seventh grade school counselor. She possesses a natural ability to connect with young teens and has a strong understanding of the middle school age cohort.
Talia is a New Jersey native and was a camper and counselor for five summers at Camp Flair Day Camp in Fair Lawn, NJ. She received a B.A. in Psychology from Ramapo College in 2014 where she was also the captain of the soccer team. Talia earned an M.Ed. in Professional Counseling from The University of Georgia in 2016 and is a nationally certified counselor.
As Tween Camp Director, Talia will ensure tween staff and campers (grades 6-8) have a safe, memorable summer filled with personal growth and Jewish friendship.
Talia enjoys being outdoors and staying active -- taking her dog to the park, playing pickup soccer games, or going for a run. She currently resides in Brookhaven and is extremely excited for this summer's Tween Camp adventures!
Debra Kraar is In the City Camp's Inclusion Coordinator.
Debra works collaboratively with parents and staff to ensure ALL campers have a summer filled with fun, friendship, and personal growth.
Debra understands the magic of In the City Camp. Her daughter attended camp last summer for the first time and hasn't stopped talking about it all year long!
As a life-long camper and staff member at URJ's Henry S. Jacobs Camp in Mississippi, she also understands the power of Jewish summer camp in general. All kids deserve to experience the magic of summer camp, the freedom it provides, and the friendships it builds.
Debra is a middle school teacher at The Davis Academy and teaches Sunday school at The Temple. She loves making Jewish learning fun!
A proud Bulldog, she received her BS in Education from the University of Georgia and her Master’s of Education from Mercer University. Debra lives in Brookhaven with her husband, two children, and her dog Lilly.
Samara grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and graduated from Ohio University in 2010 with a B.S. in Visual Communication. She has been learning and teaching Jewish music for 12 years, and has worked as a camp counselor, Judaics teacher, Hebrew teacher, youth group advisor, and curriculum developer for students ages 5-22.
During the off-season, Samara recruits staff and campers, builds community partnerships, and plans curriculum for the summer. Samara’s favorite part of camp is creating a Jewish music culture and teaching campers how to make camp crafts like friendship bracelets and tie-dye.
When Samara isn’t at camp, she enjoys yoga, calligraphy, water color painting, and playing with her two rescue dogs.