Director of Operations and Director for Purchase College since 1993
Jordan has also seen the camps from the perspective of being a camper when growing up. He graduated from Rollins College with a BA in Psychology, and also has an MBA from the Stern School of Business, NYU. Jordan’s college tennis team won an NCAA National Tennis Championship during his tenure and was always top 4 in the nation.
Currently Jordan is Head Tennis Coach at Purchase College where he was named 2019 Conference Co-Coach of the Year. Additionally, he is President of Briarcliff Youth Soccer Club and has coached youth soccer, basketball, and baseball. Jordan met his wife Julie at Future Stars many years ago. Now their children, Emily and Eli, join Jordan at camp each summer soaking up all that the camp has to offer.
Assistant Site Director
James played collegiate soccer at Rutgers University before moving back to England and graduating from York St. John University with a degree in Sports Studies and Psychology. Shortly thereafter he completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Education from Durham University and became a qualified Physical Education teacher. James worked for 7 years as Head of Physical Education at Durham Sports College & Sixth Form Centre before moving to New York with his wife Erica. He then spent 6 years in NYC working at the Hewitt School as Chair of the PE department.
James has coached numerous soccer teams throughout Westchester and is currently the Assistant Womens Soccer Coach at Purchase College.
Group Leaders, typically post graduate educators, are responsible for supervision, instruction and implementation of everyday activities on and off the field, court, classroom, etc.
Head Counselors, usually post graduate or collegiate student athletes, assist the Group Leader in making sure campers are engaged, following curriculum and program directives, interacting, interrelating, and having a great summer experience enjoying personal growth!
General Counselors, normally college age former campers, work under the supervision of the Group Leaders. They assist in direction, supervision and organization of everyday activities.
Leaders in Training
Our Youth Leadership Program is designed to teach and provide the appropriate skills to develop our oldest campers into future counselors. Youth Leaders will be working under the supervision of their program director as well as the Group Leaders. Assisting in everyday activities and learning the importance of camper safety and development. At no time will campers be alone with a Leader in Training.
Behind the Scenes
The Camp Office is your place for all camper questions, weekly changes, program changes, billing questions, payments, arrival & departure nuances. Reema operates the "command center" for all camp operations!
A registered EMT or Athletic Trainer is on-site at all times. Camper medications should be labeled and given to the Health Office Director where they will then pack a program specific med bag for each program.
The Pool Staff is composed of swim coaches, certified lifeguards and water safety instructors monitoring campers during their recreational swim and training campers during instructional and work out sessions.