Hunter is back for his 11th Sewataro summer, (his 3rd on staff), and says he’s psyched to be a Tribe Leader. “When I was a camper, I had so many great counselors that made camp a blast – and interesting – every day, and I hope to do the same for my campers.” Hunter is caring, fun-loving and connects well with children. He’s eager to create a sense of tribe unity, and hopes his campers will benefit as much from camp as he did. “Sewataro is really good at bringing people together and creating great friendships. It’s where I’ve made some of my closest friends,” he says.
Soon to be a graduate of Winchester High School, Hunter will be attending the University of Richmond in the fall. In his spare time, Hunter enjoys playing basketball and frisbee, watching movies, managing his fantasy sports teams and spending time with his family and friends. His favorite Sewataro traditions are Friday Special Events and Olympics.