Justin Stone-Diaz is a first generation digital native working with online communities creating inclusive content since 1984. A long time student of Lama Karma Rinchen and Anam Thubten Rinpoche, Justin has worked as a digital personal assistant to Sharon Salzberg, Gelek Rimpoche & Robert A.F. Thurman as well as in a variety of roles at Menla and at Tibet House US.
Formerly the Bookstore, Library & Website Coordinator (2004-2011) for Tibet House US, Justin began as an intern in New York City and seasonally at Menla in Phoenicia, New York before becoming the Director of New Media. Producer of the “Bob Thurman Podcast” he is also the Tibet House US Digital Archivist creating original video, audio and visual content to help present and preserve Tibetan culture both online and off.
An avid reader and cool hunter Justin Stone-Diaz brings 20+ years of bookselling and retail merchandising experience to his creative efforts. His recent projects have included the Occupy Sandy Tool Lending Library & The Dr May Edwards Chinn Memorial Food Bank. He grows blueberries, composts, writes & pushes pixels.
“My favorite retreat center in the East coast. A real abode of the Dharma.”
“Menla offers integrative healing—merging Tibetan, Ayurvedic and other holistic traditions—along with fresh clean air, hikes and perhaps the most authentic Tibetan treatment therapies this side of Lhasa.”