Deirdre McClure is a Friends Camp parent and new to the committee. She is happy to help this wonderful and important camp to grow and thrive. She is a musician who leads choruses and orchestras in Maine and New Hampshire.
Erik Philbrook is a current attender of Wellesley Friends Meeting and a former attender of Portland Friends Meeting, and a former Friends Camp camper. Erik is married with two kids, both of whom have been campers as well. Erik works in Asset Management and serves as the Finance Clerk of WFM.
Doug McCown is a Portland Maine Quaker whose children attended the camp. He is involved with Friends School of Portland, ProNica, and Friends Committee on National Legislation, all Quaker organizations.
Natalie Bornstein is a former Friends Camp counselor and camper and is happy to continue her work with camp as a committee member. She works at the YWCA Central Maine as the Social Justice and Advocacy Manager. Natalie lives in her hometown of Lewiston, Maine and loves being out and about in the community, spending time with family and friends, and her cat, Baby Kitty.
Karin Wagner is a former Friends Camp camper and counselor, and attends Portland Friends Meeting. She is a small animal veterinarian and has served on the board of the Friends School of Portland. She is grateful to be able to give back to a camp that has been a powerful influence in her life.
Beno Chapman is a current Friends Camp and Cambridge Friends School parent. After a multi-year career in large-scale technology endeavors, Beno decided to focus on the local the technology community and now works with the Waltham based Constant Contact helping small business and nonprofits. Beno lives in the Boston area with his family.
Kate Monahan is a former Friends Camp camper and counselor who recently moved to Boston from Philadelphia. She is the Shareholder Engagement Manager at Friends Fiduciary, a Quaker, non-profit, socially responsible investment firm, and is a Quaker Voluntary Service alum. She is grateful for the opportunity to support a place that shaped and supported her.
Anna Hopkins, Camp Director firstname.lastname@example.org. You can read more about Anna’s background on the Camp Director page of this website.