COCA-I YOUNG PROFESSIONAL LEADERS

To connect, develop, and empower young professionals in oncology camping by creating a community of ambitious and diverse professionals that connect, network, and interact with one another through programming that fulfills the need for personal and professional growth.

2019 COCA-I Young Professional Leaders

Webinar Series

Thursday March 7th, 2 pm ET

Jack Schott, Camping Coast-to-Coast
Jack Schott, Camping Coast-to-Coastjack@campstompingground.com

60 Minutes - 50 Activities

Join Jack on a whirlwind trip through 50+ outrageous activities you can do this summer with mostly the supplies you already have. Ideas like Dreamworld, Make Your Own Backpack, and Whale Wrestling. Fun, memories and unique experiences drive impact, connection, and mission, but they don't always have to cost a ton of money. Jack will fly through activities he has seen work and inspire you to run more silly, weird, and innovative experiences at your camp this summer.

Constantly searching and sharing great ideas, Jack is a summer camp director, consultant, and founder of Camping Coast to Coast. Jack is always seeking to learn from camps and has visited over 100 from New York to California. He is a passionate speaker, presenting and sharing at camps and conferences across the US and Canada. Jack is fascinated by play, pushing the limits to always trust young people more and creating environments where kids are trusted and empowered to just be.

http://www.campingcoasttocoast.org

Email: Jack@campstompingground.org

COCA-I Young Professional Leaders Group

MISSION

To connect, develop, and empower young professionals in oncology camping by creating a community of ambitious and diverse professionals that connect, network, and interact with one another through programming that fulfills the need for personal and professional growth.

VISION

Our vision is to enhance the vitality in oncology camping by creating a strong community of young professionals.

CORE VALUES

As the first young professional organization in oncology camping, COCA-I YPL will embrace a culture of excellence, integrity, and growth as the central foundation of our identity.  We are committed to the following values:

  • Leadership
  • Diversity
  • Connections
  • Community
  • Development

PATH TO ACHIEVEMENT

COCA-I YPL will achieve its mission by

  • Provide members with access to leaders in camping, medicine, and the nonprofit profession.
  • Create programming that develops and prepares members for professional and personal success.
  • Offer mentoring opportunities with leaders in the profession. (Traditional Mentoring and Reverse Mentoring)
  • Promote work life balance through social activities that are fun, innovative, and memorable.

WHO WE ARE

President </br>Cord Fallon
President
Cord Fallon
cord@camprapahope.org
Development Director, Camp Rap-A-Hope 251-476-9880
2701 Airport Blvd.
Mobile, Alabama 36606
www.camprapahope.org
Ross Sawyer
Ross SawyerVice Presidentmrosssawyer5@gmail.com
Vice President Ross is a long time counselor at Camp Kemo in Columbia, South Carolina. With in background in sales and finance, Ross is excited to meet and exceed the groups goals and take on the challenges of coordinating old business and handling the groups finances
Secretary</br> Savannah Gladbach
Secretary
Savannah Gladbach
savannah@heartofpassion.org
Savannah is the Director from Heart of Passion serving teens in Atlanta, Charlotte, and New Orleans. Having served as a secretary in the past, Savannah will comfortably take on the responsibilities and probably teach us all a thing or two in the process!
Communication's Committee Chair</br> Tyler Steeves
Communication's Committee Chair
Tyler Steeves
Tyler@camptrillium.com
Tyler is the Clinic Liaison for Camp Trillium in Hamilton, Ontario. Tyler will take on the committee and work to improve communication streams and provide a place for YPL members to communicate and share ideas.
Development Committee Chair</br> Eddie Bobbitt
Development Committee Chair
Eddie Bobbitt
eddie.bobbitt@campqualityusa.org
Eddie is the Executive Director that gets to call Camp Quality Kentuckiana home. In taking on the role of Development Chair, Eddie will be able to put his practical knowledge of running a camp to awesome use and help the group to grow in a positive direction.

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