An image of the Nature House, from the outside

Etta Heisler

Born and raised in Ann Arbor, Etta Heisler grew up coming to LSNC for camp and school field trips. After a stint on LSNC's camp staff in her college years, she now weaves her passions for teaching, community building, and justice activism together in her role as LSNC's Camp and Public Programs Director. Etta earned a B.A. in Education Studies from Brandeis University and studied community development in the Washington Semester Program at American University. She also completed a year-long fellowship in community organizing at JOIN for Justice in Boston, MA and holds a Certificate in Management from the Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership, also in Boston. Before joining the LSNC team, Etta served as the Education Program Manager at the Jewish Women's Archive in Brookline, MA and taught early childhood and Jewish education in the Greater Boston Area. Etta enjoys drinking coffee, cooking, singing folk music, going to the movies, and playing competitive board games.
Camp & Public Programs Director