With nearly a decade of Sewataro experience under his belt, we are delighted to announce that Nathan will be returning this summer as camp’s full time Director. “I am so grateful for my experience at Sewataro over the years,” he says. “Camp has been instrumental in shaping who I am as a person and as a professional, and I’m thrilled to be in a position to focus fully on paying that experience forward”. Holding a Master of Education degree in Elementary Moderate Special Needs, Nathan’s favorite aspect of camp has always been forming unique connections with campers and counselors, helping them to grow socially and emotionally. He also greatly enjoys heading the creative team responsible for writing and directing our Friday Special Events. In past summers, Nathan has served as our Eagle Section Supervisor, Adventure Challenge Head Counselor, and end-of-the-day Song Leader.
Nathan is a proud graduate of Lincoln-Sudbury Regional H.S., and the oldest of three siblings. He is a musician, a rock climber, and a lover of breakfast foods. Nathan’s warmth, patience, kindness, and experience, combined with his love of working with children, have made him an invaluable member of our Leadership Team.
Emmy is originally from Cummington, MA, a small town in the western part of the state. She received her BA in Elementary Education and Communications from Keene State College in New Hampshire, and then spent three summers working at a YMCA overnight camp in New Hampshire as the Girl’s Camp Director. Emmy joined the year-round Sewataro team in 2007, and is responsible for all communications, transportation and compliance with Massachusetts regulations and American Camp Association standards.
Emmy lives in Westminster, along with her husband, 2 children and their dog, Gabby. Her daughter joined her at camp as a first time camper last summer. Emmy enjoys the outdoors, especially camping and hiking, and says her favorite part of camp is watching campers grow throughout the years and become compassionate, joyful, confident and respectful young adults through their camp experience.
Business Office Manager
Cheryl joined the Sewataro office team in 2010. Before Sewataro, she studied Psychology at Stonehill College and then went into accounting for 9 years. When her first child was born, Cheryl became a stay-at-home mom, which she continued through the childhood of her 3 children. She returned to the field of accounting in 2004. Cheryl’s role at Sewataro has grown over the years and she now manages the business office and handles camp enrollment.
Cheryl lives in Hudson with her husband, daughter and 2 cats. She enjoys vacationing in New Hampshire, kayaking, reading and spending time with her family. Her favorite part of camp is watching the campers have fun!