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עניינה של איימי בדת התעורר בגיל 14, היא הצטרפה לתנועת הנוער של התנועה הקונסרבטיבית {{אנ|United Synagogue Youth}}. בהמשך הייתה מדריכה במחנות הקייץ של התנועה {{אנ|Camp Ramah}}.
 
Eilberg was fourteen, her newfound commitment to traditional Jewish observance led her mother to make their home kitchen conform to the Jewish dietary laws kashrut. In high school, she was involved in the United Synagogue Youth and she later worked at Camp Ramah in the Poconos, in New England, and in Wisconsin
 
 
Eilberg was born October 12, 1954, in Philadelphia, USA.[3] Her father, Joshua Eilberg, represented Pennsylvania in the U.S. House of Representatives, and her mother, Gladys, was a social worker.[4] Her parents were proud but not observant Jews, but when Eilberg was fourteen, her newfound commitment to traditional Jewish observance led her mother to make their home kitchen conform to the Jewish dietary laws kashrut. In high school, she was involved in the United Synagogue Youth and she later worked at Camp Ramah in the Poconos, in New England, and in Wisconsin