Gen Kelsang Lhadron, Resident Teacher
Gen Lhadron is an American Buddhist nun who since 2001 has been a student of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso and practicing Kadampa Buddhism. Gen Lhadron’s sincere teachings are presented with humor and practical examples that make them accessible to everyone. Through her kindness and enthusiasm for meditation practice, she provides an inspiring example of a modern Buddhist practitioner for our society.
Gregg has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism since 1994. He shows an inspiring example of a modern Buddhist practitioner, applying meditative insights in his professional and family life. His heartfelt and practical teachings are presented with warmth and humor, making them accessible to everyone.
Lauri teaches from her experience of putting Dharma into her daily life. Her wish to share Buddha’s compassion and wisdom touches the hearts of everyone. Lauri has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism since 2009.
Kathy began her Buddhist studies in Chicago in 2002. She is known for her sincerity, warmth and practical knowledge of Buddhist teachings.
Elise has been studying and teaching Buddhism in KMC San Diego since 1999. She is appreciated for her kind heart and good example, putting Buddha’s teachings into practice.
Nancy has been a student of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso since 2009, delighting in discovering the happy results of bringing Buddhism into her professional and personal interactions. With clarity and humor she teaches Kadam Dharma’s lasting solutions to the difficulties we face in modern life.
Brooke has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism since 2010. Her heartfelt teachings are presented with great warmth, making them accessible to even the youngest students.
Stephanie is known for her clarity and insight. She provides practical teachings that can easily be put into practice. She has been a student of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso since 2010.
Bill has been practicing Kadampa Buddhism since 2011. His teachings emphasize integrating Buddhist wisdom into daily life. He teaches meditation class weekly at our Camp Pendleton branch.