EILEEN SNOW PRICE
Founder and CEO
In the City Camps’ CEO, Eileen Snow Price participated in many Jewish experiences growing up – from Israel trips to Jewish day school. But it was her summer camp experience that ultimately drew her to the Jewish community.
By 2011, Eileen was married with four kids. She sent her oldest two to Jewish overnight camp. Her son loved it, but her daughter refused to go ever again. Aware of the positive impact Jewish camp had on her life and the lives of so many around her, Eileen did what any Jewish mom would do – she created a camp that delivered the proven benefits of Jewish overnight camp – lifelong friendships, personal growth, and a connection to the Jewish community and Israel – in an affordable, accessible day camp package!
Eileen can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Camp Care
Camper and Staff Leader Decatur
In the City Camps is THRILLED to announce our newest hire, Sydney Harlow! Sydney will be leading campers and staff at our Decatur location this summer. She was born and raised in Chicago and moved to Miami with her family when she was 12. She has a degree in Marine Science from Florida Gulf Coast University. At FGCU, she participated in a Birthright trip, and the rest was history! After graduation, she joined Hillel and is now in Atlanta as the Campus Director at Georgia Tech and Georgia State Hillel.
Sydney has two master’s degrees from Norwich University, one in Leadership and the other an MBA. She has been staffing camps for eight summers and is excited to join the In the City Camps team!
Cheer, Gym & Dance Specialist.
Meet Tatum Gordon, ITC’s Cheerleading, Gymnastics, and Dance specialist, this summer! Tatum is a sophomore at Kennesaw State University, studying exercise science. For fourteen years, she cheered competitively for The Stingray All-Stars and coached their cheerabilities team for five years. Tatum attended Camp Coleman for 18 years as both a camper and a counselor and can’t wait to teach the campers cheers, dances, and basic tumbling skills!
If you ask Chef Howard’s mom, she will tell you that he has been in the kitchen cooking since he was 2 years old. Howard’s passion for food and cooking, especially Jewish cuisine, is inspired by his mother and grandmothers that taught him what it means to be Jewish and why food is so integral in Jewish life & celebrations. Howard loves to share his passion for food, cooking, and most importantly kitchen fun with everyone, especially kids & teens. And there’s no better place to do that than at summer camp!
When summer camp is not in session, Howard works at Georgia Tech cooking for 180 sorority sisters as their private chef. Howard creates 9 different meals a week along with homemade desserts for the amazing group of sorority sisters.
Nitzanim Unit Head at Glenwood and Unit Head at Weber
Meet Tali Eplan-Frankel, Nitzanim Unit Head at Glennwood and Unit Head at Weber. She is a recent graduate with a degree in Psychology from Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville. This is Tali’s fourth summer at ITC, and she can’t wait to see her campers again!
Weber Art Specialist
Meet Zahra Leroy, Art Specialist at ITC’s Sandy Springs location this summer. Zahra has a degree in Graphic Design from Savannah College of Art & Design and is passionate about drawing and illustration. She graduated SCAD in March of 2021 and is looking forward to starting more personal projects, returning to the studio, and returning to her Fine Arts roots. She can’t wait to share her talents this summer and spark creativity with campers!
Meet Ofri Katzap, In the City Camps’ Israeli counselor. Ofri was born and raised in Beer Sheva. She graduated three years ago and recently finished serving in the army. Ofri has been working with kids forever (babysitting, tutoring, and teaching Hebrew) and is excited to fulfill her dream of working at a camp in America this summer. She is excited to build meaningful relationships with campers and staff.
Head of Drama
Meet Claudio Pestana, Head of Drama for Summer 2022. Claudio comes with a wealth of knowledge of the arts, and while his experience is broad, his focus is on acting and directing. He just concluded his fifth season as PLAYhouse Director at Orbit Arts Academy. He’s performed at theaters like Atlanta Lyric Theatre and Marietta Theatre Company, where he recently joined the board. He is excited to bring all this knowledge and experience back to camp this summer!
Unit head at Weber
Meet Abby Kaufma, Nitzanim Unit head at Weber! She is a junior at Georgia College and State University, majoring in early childhood education. She loves doing arts and crafts, volunteering at animal shelters, and spending time with my friends at the lake. This is her fourth summer working in The City Camps, and she is counting down the days for the fun to begin!
Tween Artist in Residence
Meet Claudia Hart, Tween Artist in Residence this summer at In the City Camps. Claudia received her undergraduate degree from Clark Atlanta University and graduate degree from Morehead State University. After joining Teach for America and teaching high school English for 3 years, she transitioned to active duty here in the Atlanta area and holds the position of Chief Paralegal NCO with the 3d Medical Command.
Claudia is a humanitarian and does what she can to change her piece of the world. She started Atl Street Art Tours in October 2020 with the hope of creating a shared experience where diverse groups of individuals are able to come together, look at murals, and talk about different issues depicted in each piece. She is also the owner of Coolin’ The Gang ice cream and coffee trailer where the number one goal is to “bring the happy” to people through music, art, and positive sayings / affirmations / touches.
Tween Artist in Residence and Weber STEAM Specialist
Meet Emily Schreck, Tween Artist in Residence and Weber STEAM Specialist. Emily is a fiber artist with experience in knitting, crochet, weaving, paper making, and more. She’s been twisting, dyeing, and forming fiber into works of art for years. Emily’s inquiry-based approach allows students to design, build, and experiment with various scientific processes while playing with color, texture, and personal identity to create tapestries and works as unique as their makers.
Campers who experiment with Emily will create functional, beautiful designs that float, fly, and fall and feed scientific curiosity.
Tayarim Unit Head
Meet Ruthie Stolovitz, Tayarim Unit Head at ITC’s Weber location this summer. Ruthie is a rising senior at Georgia Tech studying psychology. After graduation, she plans to attend graduate school to continue her studies. Ruthie is celebrating her 5th year working at ITC! She loves to work with children in Jewish spaces and meet new people. Fun facts: she loves to read, bake, and eat yummy foods that don’t contain potatoes.
Meet Zachary Rich, Rosh (Head) of Sports at ITC’s Weber location! As a year-round staff member, Zachary will ensure that both kids and tweens have a best-in-class sports experience¾which is necessary as we navigate the social and emotional deficiencies many of our children have due to the pandemic.
Zachary is an Atlanta native with a passion for sports, weight training, Judaism, camp, and educational leadership. He is an Epstein and Weber alumnus where he spent his formative years learning Hebrew, playing sports, and building lifelong friendships. He is also a Ramah Darom alumnus, where he spent seven summers as a camper and three summers on staff. Zachary is ecstatic to join the ITC Team and utilize his experience from Jewish day school and summer camp to take the ITC Sports program to the next level.
Tween Artist in Residence
Meet Dr. Lauren Moret, Tween Artist in Residence, this summer! Loren is a dynamic K-20 education professional currently working as an art teacher in Fulton County Schools and as an independent methodologist, evaluator, and editor. She grew up going to and working at Jewish summer camps like Barney Medintz, Ajecomce, and Tawonga. She is a published researcher, author, and artist. She was recently honored as a nominee for Fulton’s Middle School Art Teacher of the Year for 2021 and winner of the University of Tennessee’s Teacher of the Year for 2019. She is spending her fourth summer with ITC and truly loves creating with our campers!
Site Assistant at Weber
Meet Tiffany Salzberg, Site Assistant at our Weber location this summer! She was born in Switzerland and is currently a rising sophomore at George Washington University, majoring in Nutrition and Exercise Science at the Milken Institute School of Public Health. After college, Tiffany took a gap year in Israel to volunteer for Magen David Adom and went on incredible adventures. She recently became certified as an EMT in Washington D.C. and will be working for the University’s EMS starting in the fall. Tiffany worked at ITC last summer and loved the flourishing Jewish summer environment
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