Kathy MacMillan (President) has been volunteering with Deaf Camps, Inc. since 2001, directed the Middle Deaf Camp from 2003 to 2015, and has served as Board president since 2006. In her day job, she is a nationally certified American Sign Language interpreter, writer, children’s performer, and librarian.
Louise Rollins (Treasurer) has volunteered with Deaf Camps, Inc since 2002. She co-directs the Younger Deaf Camp and has also served as board secretary. Louise is a deaf educator and a CODA. She is proud to serve the Deaf community through her professional and volunteer work.
David Shepard (Secretary) started volunteering with the the ASL Camp in 2007 while his daughter was in Deaf Camp, and they have returned every summer. In 2013, David became the co-director of Younger ASL Camp. When he isn’t at camp he works for the Coast Guard and lives in Annapolis.
Amanda Hoot is a senior at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in the ASL/English interpreting program. She started volunteering with DCI in 2013 and became a counselor in 2014 with the Middle Deaf Group (and somehow got roped into being on the board the same year! ).
Lisa Jordan coordinates and directs the Young Adult Deaf Camp.
Lindsay Koncz has been a volunteer with Deaf Camps, Inc. since 2010, becoming co-director of Younger ASL camp in 2013. Lindsay has a B.S. degree in Deaf Studies from Towson University with a goal to become a certified interpreter.
Erin Krug has volunteered with Deaf Camps Inc since 2006. She started in Middle Camp, moved to Younger Camp that same year, got stolen by Older Deaf/ASL Camp in 2011, and now co-directs Older Deaf/ASL Camp and Young Adult Deaf Camp. In real life, Erin is a sign language interpreter in the Baltimore-Washington area, working primarily in education.
Adam Maynard has been involved with Deaf Camps, Inc. since 2003. Originally volunteering as an unnecessarily nervous counselor for the Deaf High School camp, he now acts as an unnecessarily confident director of the Older Deaf and ASL Camp. When not in the forest, Adam spends his time avoiding nature in New York City and working as a school psychologist at the Lexington School for the Deaf.
Chris Shaw attended Deaf Camp for many summers as a camper and enjoyed it so much he still comes back every year! He began volunteering with Deaf Camps, Inc in 2009 and has been the co-director of the Middle Deaf Camp since 2015.
Deaf Camps, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. All board members, directors, and counselors are volunteers, and all contributions go toward camp operations and camper scholarships.