CampWire Podcast

The CampWire podcast features episodes of in-depth conversations with camp and youth development experts.

Episode #50
June 7, 2022

Are you interested in becoming an ACA volunteer? Do you already serve ACA by sharing your time and talents?

Join this in-depth conversation with Michele Branconier, ACA's Senior Director for Volunteerism, to learn all about volunteer... Read More

Episode #49
April 29, 2022

Ju'Riese Colón, CEO of the U.S. Center for SafeSport and a member of the ACA Board of Directors, joins us for a conversation on abuse prevention, education, and accountability within youth programs.

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Episode #48
March 31, 2022

Brandon Reiter of Skyview CFO & Bookkeeping Services joins us to discuss financial strategies for summer camps. 

Episode #47
February 25, 2022

Erik Hancock of The Kubala Washatko Architects (TKWA) joins us for a conversation on camp architecture and design, including insights on accessibility and sustainability for campuses and facilities.

Episode #46
January 31, 2022

Singer/songwriter Brett Dennen joins us on the CampWire podcast to share his summer camp experiences; how camp influenced his career, education, and love for the outdoors; and to talk about his latest album, See the World. 

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Episode #45
January 20, 2022

In a special CampWire episode, Rich Lowry of Trinity/HPSI leads a discussion on the state of food distribution supply chain and how camps can plan strategically for summer 2022.

Episode #44
November 30, 2021

So you're interested in starting a podcast? Tune in for a conversation on podcast fundamentals, including technology, guests, logistics, and more. Lauren McMillin, ACA's public relations and communications manager, talks with Andy Moeschberger... Read More

Episode #43
November 3, 2021

ACA’s Professional Development Manager of the Western Region, John Beitner, sits down with the Executive Director of ACA, Illinois, Colette Marquardt, to discuss the growing trend in camps to make programs and the workforce more diverse,... Read More

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