National Ramah Director Amy Skopp Cooper joins Ten for ROO!

This week on our Ten for ROO podcast, we were honored to chat with National Ramah Director Amy Skopp Cooper, who got her start at Camp Ramah New England!

Amy tells us all about her deep roots at Ramah New England (wait until you hear her wild train story!!) and the many ways she thinks our camp is special. Amy reminisces about Ed Gelb’s interview (b’ivrit) to become the Director of Camp Ramah New England, and her early memories of Michelle and Josh.  We talk about Yom Avatiyach (Watermelon Day) swag, the similarities and differences between the Ramah overnight camps, the role of National Ramah in supporting the Ramah camps, and Amy shares the worst mistake she ever made on staff at Ramah New England.  Amy also has an important message for our Bogrim, Machon, and Nivonim campers!

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