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Meet Our Camp Leadership Team

Our summer camps offer a wide variety of programs for all your camper’s different interests. And in order to make those programs happen, we need an awesome team of dedicated camp professionals. We’ve got nature lovers, art enthusiasts, outdoor explorers, and more just waiting to help your camper make memories that’ll last a lifetime!

So who are these awesome camp professionals? They’re our camp staff! Scroll through and check out the members of our 2018 summer camp leadership teams who are responsible for all the summer fun at our camps. Camp is almost here and they’re so excited to kick-off another year of summer fun with your Girl Scout!

Elizabeth “Lulu” Rogers
Camp Director – Camp Libbey & Camp Whip Poor Will & Camp Woodhaven

I spent 13 years as a camper and then have been camp staff for 7 years. I have a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership from the University of Cincinnati. I enjoy being outdoors and and my current goal is to visit all 59 national parks. I’m really looking forward to seeing the campers having a great experience and watching them grow through the skills they learn and challenges they overcome.

Tori “Ember” Houck
Camp Director – Camp Stonybrook & Camp Rolling Hills

Hi! This is my fifth summer directing Troop Adventure Camp (TAC) at Camp Stonybrook. I have a degree in Outdoor Education and Recreation and a minor in Geography from Ohio University. I grew up in the Toledo area and attended many summers as a camper at Camp Libbey. I was on resident camp staff for 4 summers at Camp Libbey and Whip Poor Will while in college and spent time as a counselor, sports specialist, and the program director. I’m most looking forward to introducing tomahawk throwing into the TAC program lineup! My hobbies include hiking, climbing, knitting, and reading.

Kelli “Duckie” Brinkman
Camp Director  Camp Butterworth

My hobbies include preparing for my wedding this upcoming fall, climbing walls, and high ropes. I was a camper at Camp Libbey for seven years and this is my eighth summer on camp staff (which includes working at Camps Whip Poor Will, Libbey, Butterworth, and Stonybrook). I have a Bachelor’s degree in Integrated Mathematics with a Mathematics minor and I am currently working on my Master’s degree in Educational Administration. My certifications include high ropes, low ropes, belaying, ziplining, and archery.

I am looking forward to traditional camp activities with a creative twist! My favorite part about working at camp is building girls of courage, confidence, and character and seeing the girls grow into young ladies of excellence.

Mackenzie “Luna” Dumas
Assistant Camp Director – Camp Stonybrook & Camp Rolling Hills

I’m an avid reader and really enjoy tie dyeing. I also really like being outdoors. This would be my 5th summer working on camp staff for Girl Scouts. My past roles include Program Director, Waterfront Director, and Arts and Crafts Specialist, and I am a certified Red Cross Lifeguard and Small Craft Safety Instructor.

I’m most looking forward to being a part of the camp staff again and being able to give girls new opportunities and experiences! As well as getting to know new staff members and seeing them experience what a great time camp really is.

Allison “Poptart” Beaupry
Assistant Camp Director – Camp Libbey & Camp Whip Poor Will & Camp Woodhaven

Outside of camp, I enjoy volunteering with Girl Scouts, twirling baton competitively, and traveling. I have been a camper for 8 years and on staff at GSWO for 3 years now. Last summer I was an Inclusion Specialist for Girl Scouts of the Nation’s Capital. Currently I am a Junior at Bowling Green State University, studying Intervention Specialist and have an interest in Moderate-Intensive disabilities.

I look forward to coming back in a new position and having the opportunity to work on making camp a magical place for our campers. My favorite parts of working at camp is playing All-Camp games and getting to know the campers.

Danielle “Rainbow” Somershoe
Program Director – Camp Stonybrook & Camp Rolling Hills

I’m a huge bookworm and I’m always looking for new books to read, feel free to give me recommendations at any time! I’m also a cat mom and I love to show pictures of and tell stories about my cats! I grew up going to Girl Scout camp, I started when I was a Daisy and went until I was about 13! I also spent last summer working with a camp through a local daycare. My only education comes from that job and my years as an Education student at the University of Cincinnati!

Besides all the s’mores, I’m most looking forward to the relationships I get to build with my fellow staff and campers! I think some amazing friendships are going to happen this summer and I’m super stoked. 😊 I’m also really excited to work on a team of other great leaders so I can build up my skills as a leader! My favorite part of my last job was the time I got to spend with my campers and I’m eager to recreate that at Stonybrook!

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