Camp Director- Scott Weigley
Scott Weigley has been Camp Tippecanoe’s Director for the past 6 summers. Prior to that, he spent 3 years as Program Director at Deer Valley YMCA Family Camp in Pennsylvania. He believes that Camp is about “kid’s discovering themselves and connecting with others” and is proud to make a life and career of it. In his spare time, he loves hanging out with his wife, Carrie and two daughters.
Program Director- Carrie Weigley
Carrie Weigley has been working in camping for over 20 years, with a degree in Recreation and Parks Management. For Tip, she loves working on Program and Staff Development, as well as Marketing. She agrees with Scott’s view on camp and the idea of helping to develop the world’s future leaders and peace keepers.
Leadership Director- Carolyn “Bay-Bay” Blaine
Bay Bay is working on her 6th year at Camp Tippecanoe. She is currently attending Slippery Rock University for Parks and Recreation before starting her career in Camping. She is looking forward to another legendary summer with LIT's, CIT's and our new Character Crew Volunteers. She loves camp because it not only lets kids be who they want to be, but she gets to be a kid and a positive role model. "Camp is a great place for kids of all ages to make lifelong friends"
Waterfront Director- Michael "Marco" Torchia
Michael, known to our campers as Marco, returns for his second summer as Waterfront Director. In his home country of Australia, he has worked as an Ocean Lifeguard, which is no small feat. For him, camp is a place where he can be as crazy and silly, as he wants to be, meet some awesome people and get to hang out with kids all summer. It is the best job in the world.
Girls Village Director- Angelina "Danga" Monier
Angelina started out at camp as a very frightened CIT in 2007, who had an amazing summer and has been working there ever since. Camp is a place that makes her feel at ease watching children connect with each other and nature. After working at camp so long, she has decided that she plans to someday start her own art therapy/glassblowing camp that is very similar to Tippecanoe.