(L-R) Wendy Cook, Geshe Tenley, Kimber Fitzmorgan, Laura Haughey, Jennifer Miller. Not pictured (behind the camera) Marta Łuczyńska.
Kaylo Books, named after Geshe Tenley's mother, is the publishing organization formed to publish Sera Jey Geshe Ngawang Tenley's book: Noble Tara, The Liberating Mother: An Oral Commentary on the "Praises to the Twenty-One Taras".
About Geshe Tenley
Geshe Tenley is the Resident Teacher at Kurukulla Center for Tibetan Buddhist Studies in Medford, MA. Geshe Tenley studied at Sera Jey Monastic University in India and received his geshe degree in 2008. He began teaching in the U.S. in 2005, and upon the advice of Lama Zopa Rinpoche he was appointed Resident Teacher by the Kurukulla Center Board of Directors in 2010. In addition to teaching at Kurukulla Center, Geshe Tenley teaches in New York, Florida, and Vermont. Geshe Tenley is active within the Tibetan community in Boston and has organized regular activities for them, including monthly Tibetan Seniors Picnics and activities for young Tibetans. He is also the Buddhist Chaplain at Dana Farber Cancer Institute and a member of the Medford Interfaith Clergy Group. Geshe Tenley is well-known for his approachability and kindheartedness.