Meet the Lavi family
These are the people who make Camp Lavi your Summer Home
Alan is owner and operator of Grand Getaways, a 1,200 person Passover program in Orlando, Florida. Alan is a long time Camp Lavi family member and employee working as an athletics director back in the 90's and finally returning as Assistant Director in 2010. Throughout the winter months Alan is responsible for hiring our South Florida staff members and acting as our liaison in The Sunshine State. Alan lives in Hollywood, FL with his wife Aliza and their five children.
Tamar is the backbone of everything we do here at camp. Bringing with her over a decade of experiences at Camp Lavi, she watched as her five boys grew up in camp. Tamar works year-round in our Long Island office corresponding with campers & parents to ensure that everyone's administrative needs are met properly. When in doubt, just ask Tamar! Tamar lives in Woodmere with her husband Shmuel and their boys.
Yael is a certified fitness trainer and a teacher at Ma'ayanot High School in Teaneck, NJ. During the year Yael works on organizing creative programming for all our campers and staff members. Yael literally grew up in Camp Lavi, starting as a camper, then counselor and onto division head, returning to Camp Lavi as program director to watch her own children have the same experiences she once had. She lives in Teaneck, NJ with her husband Elnatan and their four children.
Head of Teen Division
Sheri has been attending summer camp since she was 8 years old, and has been at Camp Lavi for the past 11 summers. Over the course of her tenure she has held various positions at camp starting as Gurim Division Head, onto Girl's Head Counselor, and then as Staff Director. Most recently she has rebuilt our Teen Program and currently holds the role as Head of the Teen Division. In addition to her decade at camp, Sheri brings with her 23 years of experience as an Arts educator at The Lenox Academy in Brooklyn. As the mother of her two daughters who were Lavi campers themselves, she values the importance of the camping experience and its ability to change the course of children's lives. She resides in Woodmere, NY with her husband Aron, their two daughters, and their dogs.