Eshalon became involved with Camp To Belong in 2013 and has had the pleasure of volunteering with member camps as well as the Camp To Belong Board of Directors. Eshalon has a background in youth advocacy and community resilience. She is dedicated to the camp experience and knows the importance of the shared positive memory building that happens when kids are kids at camp. Eshalon lives in Wisconsin with her family and continues to volunteer with CTB-WI.
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Susan is an organizational capacity building consultant and leadership coach with years of experience working with public and private sector child welfare and children’s mental health agencies. She was drawn to CTB because of its powerful and deliberate program providing a sense of normalcy and belonging for siblings living in foster care.
Doug is an Area Director for Dead River Company, a home heating service provider, overseeing southern Maine. He strives to be an active part of the community through all of his management positions, including volunteering for the Special Olympics and Habitat for Humanity. Doug brings years of experience in management and leadership with major international corporations and non-profit organizations.
Allison is a Certified Public Accountant and the Corporate Controller at Canyon Ranch, the world’s leader in healthy living and luxury spa vacations, in Tucson, Arizona. Allison brings financial expertise to the Board of Directors. She has been supporting the Camp To Belong mission since she joined the organization as a volunteer in 2007.
Davis is a law enforcement officer in the Bay Area of California. In 2007, he attended his first camp with Camp To Belong Nevada, as a camper and a youth in foster care. The wonderful memories with his siblings and meaningful impact that Camp To Belong made on his life have kept Davis returning to CTB every year since 2007, and for the first time as a volunteer in 2012 till present. He is passionate about giving back to youth in foster care and personally understands the difference that CTB can make for at-risk youth who need a chance at normalcy and belonging.
Kelly joined the Board of Camp to Belong in 2016. She is a corporate attorney in Boston, Massachusetts, and previously worked in the clinical oncology research office of an area hospital. Growing up surrounded by a large extended family, Kelly is passionate about Camp to Belong’s mission to keep siblings connected.
Kelly is the Director of Development at Foundations Health & Wholeness, a mental health and foster care nonprofit agency in Wisconsin. Kelly has a professional history of successful advocacy, program design, strategic planning, and community engagement. Kelly has been involved in leadership roles in nonprofit organizations for a decade and previously practiced law in the areas of construction litigation and government contracts.
Daylin is a Director in KPMG’s Deal Advisory group and lives in Denver, Colorado. After volunteering with the Massachusetts camp since 2012, Daylin is excited to be a part of the CTB Board. Daylin fell in love with camp and the amazing campers after her first year volunteering. Since then Daylin has played an active role in recruiting new counselors and mentoring a camper outside of camp.
Jeff is an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. He is the chair of the Camp to Belong Evaluation Committee and has been a volunteer with the organization since 2013.
It was a defining moment for Lynn. Volunteering at Child Haven (a children’s shelter in Las Vegas, NV), and serving as a Court Appointed Special Advocate, she recognized two concerning factors in the child welfare system. First, siblings were being separated when placed in foster care. Second, too many youth who had been foster care were incarcerated, homeless, or uneducated later in life.
Separated from her older sister while in the foster care system, Lynn was 8 years old when she learned that she had a biological sister living on the other side of town. Subsequently, they had limited, supervised visits throughout their childhood. Lynn and her older sister, Andi, did not develop a sisterly bond and friendship until they were young adults. Lynn did not want brothers and sisters to miss out on everyday childhood memories together that she and Andi didn’t have.
Lynn founded Camp To Belong with the passion to make a difference for their success and sibling relationships. She spent the first thirteen years working for the organization full time to create the model that is now replicated widely. Now she serves as Founder and Senior Advisor, visiting the Camps and working on various CTB projects year-round.
Recognized as an Ashoka Fellow (global social entrepreneur), Lynn is honored as a “changemaker” working tirelessly on behalf of siblings separated in foster care. She gives keynotes and conducts workshops for the child welfare sector to inspire the community with gratitude as well as to social entrepreneurs to encourage them to bring their visions to fruition. She is the author of Vision For A Change, A Social Entrepreneur’s Insights From the Heart and Real Belonging, Give Siblings Their Right to Reunite®. Visit www.lynnprice.com.
Camp To Belong does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, marital status or sexual orientation in any of its activities or operations. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all of our campers, volunteers and staff members.
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