Robyn Teplitzky as has been involved with the Connecticut ADL office for more than 25 years and is the immediate past Connecticut Regional Chair and continues to serve as an ADL National Commissioner. She and her husband, Jeffrey, were the past ADL Glass Leadership Institute co-chairs; a program which develops young leaders throughout the state. She has also served as ADL’s Chair of the National Youth Leadership Mission to Washington, D.C..
BBYO was the inspiration for my life-long involvement and commitment to Jewish organizations. I credit my leadership, organizational, and planning skills to BBYO. My dedication is unwavering.
Hamden Hall Country Day School
Hamden Hall Diversity Training
Accountability and respect are core values at Hamden Hall Country Day School. Mrs. Teplitzky works with the high school students to bring diverse educational and learning programs to the school as well as teaching the lower school students about strong character. Through guest speakers, interactive learning and experiential exercises, kindness and respect are included to building strong character.
Women use their time and talent to work for the common good. Working with volunteers on various engagement, educational and fundraising programs develops empowerment and friendships. Through the Jewish Federations, Robyn has worked with different groups such as the National Heart to Heart Mission, International Lion of Judah Conference, and the Women's Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven.
Diving into a lake, hiking through a field, bug juice, and signing songs with life-long friends around a campfire are all the things that remind us all of summer camp. However, I was recently taken back in time, by the cool, fresh cut-grass smell by a Summer Camp Homesick candle.