Born in Oakland, Camille is a Bay Area native with a background in customer service, operations, and marketing. She is a UC Berkeley graduate, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Theater & Performance Studies. In her free time, Camille can be found reading, perusing the local antique market, or watching the newest Netflix documentary.
Lisa has over twenty years in sales and marketing experience for leading Bay Area publishing and Internet companies. Prior to coming to Tawonga, she was Associate Director of Teens Turning Green, helping build a nationally recognized youth movement through managing programs, business development and fundraising, and promoting sustainability. Lisa volunteers on the executive board for the Women’s Philanthropy division of the SF Jewish Community Federation and is a member and former board president of the religious school at Congregation Rodef Sholom in San Rafael. Melding her love of working with teens, environmental advocacy, and Jewish education, Lisa now feels incredibly fortunate to work for Camp Tawonga, where all of her interests intersect. She lives in Marin with her husband Matthew and has two grown children. She loves the outdoors and enjoys spending as much time at Camp as possible. Mostly, she loves getting to know this incredible community and calling herself a Tawongan!
Becca first came to Tawonga in 2004 as a Unit Head and has served on the full-time staff since 2007. During her tenure as Camp Director (starting in 2015) and as Chief Program Officer, Becca oversaw the expansion of and ensured continued excellence of Tawonga’s programs, from summer camp to family camps to Tawonga’s B’nai Mitzvah program and more. She pioneered Tawonga’s all-gender cabins and is a tireless advocate for inclusion and equity. Prior to serving as Camp Director, Becca served as Tawonga’s Associate Director and managed many of Camp’s most complex activities, including backpacking, teen travel (Quest), transportation, and medical care at Camp.
Becca grew up in New England and attended summer camp in Maine for 8 years. She moved to the Bay Area after graduating from Harvard with a degree in Comparative Religion. Prior to joining the full-time staff at Tawonga, Becca worked as a Staffing Director at Camp Walt Whitman, a private camp in New Hampshire, and served on the Steering Committee of the Emerging Professionals in Camping organization. Becca has coached youth sports for 13 years and received a Double-Goal Coach Award from the Positive Coaching Alliance. Her passions include trail running and being outdoors. She lives in Berkeley with her husband and two children. Her favorite Tawonga values are “People support the things they help create” and “Kaizen: continuous improvement.”