Our counselors and activity staff are the heart and soul of Nobles Day Camp. They bring enthusiasm and experience. They are teachers, athletes, musicians, artists, dancers, mentors, students and parents. The connections they form with campers and with each other create the close-knit community that keeps so many coming back year after year.
Click on each link below to meet our activity staff.
Hi – My name is Robin and 2021 is my fifth summer at Nobles but my first year working in Owls Arts & Crafts. Some of you may know me from the Neon Green Nest where I was a counselor for the past few summers. I am a parent of two boys who both go to Nobles, one as a CIT and one in the Eights program. I can’t say enough about how much they love going to Nobles. During the school year I work in a Public School setting helping out students with special needs. I am a lifelong crafter and I can’t wait to help your Owls Nest Kids spark some creativity!
I have been working at Nobles Day Camp since 2010. During the year I am a Pre-K teacher. I have a BS in Physical Education with a minor in dance. I have been teaching children gymnastics and dance since the age of 16. My favorite thing about camp is gymnastics of course and learning new moves from the campers and staff.
2019 is my first summer at Nobles Day Camp! I’ll be in the Owl’s Nest teaching gymnastics and field games. I am returning to camp life after several summers off. I used to run the gymnastics program at another local summer camp. I’m excited to be returning to camp and being a part of a new community! During the year I am a Campus Minister at Ursuline Academy. I have Master’s in Mental Health Counseling and a Master’s in Theology, both from Boston College.
Janine started working at Owl Pool in 2005 after teaching swimming for a few decades in many other settings to many age and ability levels. She is a licensed Early Childhood, Special Educator. Janine and her 3 sons look forward to swimming at NDC every summer!
I have been working here since 2005. I also work for Nobles during the school year. My favorite activities at camp are Archery and Fun Fridays!
I’m a math teacher at Nobles during the school year and I’m returning to the Owl’s Pool after teaching lessons back in 2006! My four kids also attend NDC and we love the staff, tie dye, DJ Mike, and swimming!
2019 is my first summer working at the Owls Pool but I’ve been coming to Nobles since I was five years old. During the year, I am a student at the John D. O’Bryant School. My favorite thing about camp is the activities.
2021 is my third summer at Nobles and my first summer at the Owls Pool!
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I am the head dance counselor here at NDC. 2018 was my first summer working at Nobles. When I am not at NDC, I work in and around the Boston area, teaching for so many amazing dance schools. Nobles is truly a special camp and I am so excited to come back every summer and share my love of dance with the campers and staff!
Hi, my name is Lisa Chaboudy and I will be guiding campers through STEM at the Owl’s Nest. Although 2021 is my first summer as a member of the Nobles staff, I am not a newcomer to Summer Camp. My first exposure to camp was as a timid preschooler. I have since served as a camper CIT, Division Leader, and Director at both overnight and day camps. During the school year I serve as paraprofessional at an elementary school in Dedham. I have also had the honor of teaching first grade. I grew up in Dedham and currently live in Stoughton. I am the mother of a 21 year old student and soccer player at Lake Erie College in Ohio. My favorite thing about camp is the life long friendships that are made.
I have been working at Nobles Day Camp since 2007. During the school year, I work for Boston Public Schools in a kindergarten classroom. My daughter attended camp for 11 years and my son is still a camper here at Nobles! I love everything about camp.