About Us

Mosaic Makers, a 501c3, is staffed by two licensed social workers with art backgrounds. Pam Stein and Lauren Siegel have lengthy careers focused on inner city poverty. They have years of experience working with people who struggle with addiction, mental health, poverty, trauma, and homelessness.

Lauren Siegel is a licensed social worker with 30 years of experience working with poverty issues. She is a life long maker of art, including fiber and clay in addition to mosaics. Lauren’s deep empathy for her clients inspires her to be an agent of positive change in their lives. She has three grown daughters.

Lauren Siegel is a licensed social worker with 30 years of experience working with poverty issues. She is a life long maker of art, including fiber and clay in addition to mosaics. Lauren’s deep empathy for her clients inspires her to be an agent of positive change in their lives. She has three grown daughters.

Pam Stein is a licensed social worker; she ran the art program at Health Care for the Homeless for 14 years. Her favorite medium is using broken dishes for tile mosaics. Pam believes in spontaneity, fun and creative collaboration as the critical elements of healing and change. She is the mother of three boys aged three to eight.

Pam Stein is a licensed social worker; she ran the art program at Health Care for the Homeless for 14 years. Her favorite medium is using broken dishes for tile mosaics. Pam believes in spontaneity, fun and creative collaboration as the critical elements of healing and change. She is the mother of three boys aged three to eight.