Ms. Ginsberg founded the Children’s Environmental Literacy Foundation (CELF) as a nonprofit educational organization in 2003 after she saw the need to educate young people about the powerful linkages between health, population pressures, poverty, consumption, conflict and the environment. Her vision called for K-12 school to employ sustainability as a context for interdisciplinary in core subject areas. CELF works with schools across the U.S. and in areas as distant as Dubai to use sustainability as a lens for building environmental literacy; improving critical thinking and problem-solving skills; increasing student interest in STEM subjects and preparing student to make informed decision about their local and global communities. For her pioneering work, Ginsberg received the New York League of Conservation Voter’s Non-Profit Leadership Award. Under her directorship, CELF programs have reached over 2,000 U.S. K-12 schools, 7,500 teachers, reaching more than 700,000 students. Also an accomplished pianist, Ginsberg resides in Chappaqua, NY, with her husband and three children.