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.
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 started working at Nobles in 2016! During the school year, I am an Early Childhood Adjunct Professor at Pine Manor College in Brookline, MA. My son is also enjoying his first year at Nobles in big camp! We are both having a great time!
I am so excited to be back for another summer in the Owls Nest Arts and Crafts room! I began working at Nobles in the summer of 2009, and my two sons and I have enjoyed returning to camp each summer since then. During the upcoming school year, I will be teaching third grade in Needham. This summer I am most looking forward to the excitement and enthusiasm of our Owls Nest campers!
I started working at NDC in 2012. I was the Head Counselor of the Blue Nest for 2 years, then in 2014, I made the switch to the activities staff. I am the Activity Head for Books and Cooks and Discovery. Discovery is where our young campers can go to play and discover. Discovery is a great way for the campers to interact with one another as well as their counselors. I am looking forward to another great summer with all the little OWL’S. In Books and Cooks, the campers learn to create and make many different recipes. It is great to see their creativity and so much fun to assist them in learning something new. Books and Cooks is a camper favorite- eating their creation is the best part.
I have been working at Noble’s Day Camp for a few summers with Owl’s Field Sports. During the year I teach PE and Health to middle school aged students. I look forward to playing games and having a blast with all the little owl’s in the Owl’s Nest camp this year.
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.
I have been working in the Owl’s Nest at Nobles Day Camp since 2011. During the school year, I am a primary Montessori school teacher (ages 3-6). Nurturing children’s love for music is the reason why I come to camp every day!
Hi, my name is Catalina, and I am thrilled to be back at Nobles Day Camp this summer. I have been the Activity Head for Nature since 2014. I love helping campers connect with nature and discover their surroundings. Currently, I am a graduate student at Gordon College and a Montessori Teacher at Walnut Park School. Every year, I am so excited to grow alongside staff members and campers. I love seeing what camp does for kids…how they grow and develop and learn new skills. I love being just a small part of that.
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 started working at Nobles in 2012. During the year I attend Bridgewater State studying early childhood and psychology. My favorite part of camp is the kids!
I started coming to Nobles when I was a camper in the 4’s, and I’ve been working here since 2009. During the year I am a nanny. My favorite things are kids, people, and pools. This is the perfect job for me!
I started working at Nobles in 2012. I raised four children who also worked at Nobles Day Camp. My favorite part of camp is seeing Owls campers swim under water.
I’ve been working at Nobles since 2013, but I started as a camper at Nobles in 2003 when I was in the ones. I have been at Nobles every summer since. This summer I will be in Owls pools. During the year I am a student. My favorite thing about camp is seeing campers growth throughout the summer.
2017 will be my first summer working at Nobles Day Camp. However, I spent many of my summers growing up as a camper at Nobles. I am excited to return as a lifeguard and swim instructor for the Owls Nest campers. I have previous experience as a volunteer camp counselor and as a lifeguard and swim instructor for children of all ages. I will be starting at George Washington University this fall studying exercise science and pre-med. Outside of school, I spend most of my time dancing. My favorite things about Nobles Day Camp are the Friday cookouts and theme days!
I’ve been working at Nobles Day Camp since 2006. I also own my own business, Imagine and Move, which provides creative movement and music for children. Imagine and Move brings movement and fun to children both in school and at birthday parties. My favorite thing about camp is the children.
During the academic school year, I am a first-grade teacher in Dedham. I am also a proud Nobles Day Camp parent.Two of my favorite activities are Music and Swimming. My daughter looks forward to camp every year, and I look forward to hearing all about her daily camp adventures.
Hi! 2016 was my first year working at Nobles Day Camp. I am a student at Holy Cross and an Economics major. So far my favorite thing about camp is witnessing how much fun campers are having while watching then learn and make friends.
I started working at Nobles Day Camp in 2010, so this year will be my 8th summer! I graduated in 2013 from the University of Connecticut (go Huskies!!) For the past 5 summers I have been a Head Counselor in the Owl’s Nest, and this summer I have the privilege of being the Head Counselor in Tool Time with the Owls! This past year I was working in Dorchester at UP Academy Holland, student teaching in grades K1-1st. My favorite thing about camp is Friday’s, special events and cookout. It’s like a big party!