Leadership & Staff

Board of Directors

Our Board powers our mission and vision in some pretty amazing ways. We couldn’t accomplish much without their energy, dedication and talent. Learn more about the people leading our organization.

Officers

  • Adam Heffey, President
  • Charlotte Avery, Vice President/Treasurer
  • Kevin O’Callaghan, Member at Large

Directors

  • Nancy Sinclair
  • Susan Chung
  • Miku Yamada

Metro Vancouver Representative

  • David Leavers

Core Staff

  • Janet Antonio, Executive Director (she/her)
  • Sofia Slater, Program Manager (she/her)
  • Rachelle McBride, Marketing & Media Manager (she/her)

2024 Seasonal Staff

Our seasonal summer staff consists of 8 Camp Counsellors and 1 Camp Supervisor, paired off into teams that help run programs in four of our camp locations:

  • Stay tuned for 2024 Staff applications to open in April!

Camp Tynehead Regional Park (Surrey)

Just a short walk to the Serpentine River, participants can camp in tents at Raven’s Nest group campsite. Camp Tynehead offer many activities to enjoy, including sports games in the field, hands-on environmental work at the salmon hatchery, bbq’d camp food and nightly campfires with new friends (and s’mores) at the fire pit.

Camp Burnaby Lake Regional Park

Surrounding beautiful Burnaby Lake, participants will have the opportunity to attend day camps an urban oasis. Activities here include community gardening, park projects, activities on the boardwalk, nature walks, berry picking, arts & crafts, and eco-learning.

Camp Pacific Spirit Regional Park (Vancouver)

Nestled between towering forests and thriving beaches, Camp Pacific Spirit offers tent camping alongside some of the best views Vancouver has to offer. Activities include environmental work in the bog, beach games, hiking the trails in the park, group cooking, and plenty of recreation in the nearby athletic field.

Camp Capilano River Regional Park (North Vancouver)

For a more “glamping” experience, Camp Capilano offers campers a cozy stay in the bunkbed cabins. Here they can enjoy the ancient forests, play a game of capture the flag, practice yoga on the banks of Capilano River, and enjoy group meals in the full kitchen mess hall.