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Meet the Camp Directors

evelyn
Camp Maripai

Evelyn "Sparkie" Torrez-Martinez

 emartinez@girlscoutsaz.org 480-710-9769

Favorite Camp Song: Fi, Fai, Fu

Favorite Camp Memory: Rappelling down waterfalls in Colombia. Also exploring caverns, hiking, and kayaking.

Fun Fact: I love survival skills, and I practiced those skills during a three-day backpacking adventure in Bogota, Colombia.

What would you do if you could spend a day with Chepi—the magical bird that lives at Maripai? I would love to go flying with her around Camp Maripai, so I could see what she sees when girls arrive at summer camp.

monica
Parsons Leadership Center

Monica “Luna” Bravo

 mbravo@girlscoutsaz.org  602-452-7185 

Favorite Camp Song: A Ram Sam Sam

Favorite Camp Memory: Making new friends and learning new skills.

Fun Fact: I grew up dancing Ballet Folklorico.

What would you do if you could spend a day with Charlie Chuckwalla—the magical lizard at Parsons Leadership Center? We would make some tamales, share stories and gaze at the moon together.

courtney
Shadow Rim Ranch

Courtney “Rocky” Bartlett

 cbartlett@girlscoutsaz.org  928-978-7177 

Favorite Camp Song: Linger

Favorite Camp Memory: The all-camp sleepovers under the stars in the field at Camp St. Albans in Washington.

Fun Fact: Camping is my favorite thing to do. I try to take my dogs camping at least once a month if the weather cooperates.  

What would you do if you could spend a day with Mogie—the magical creature at Shadow Rim Ranch? I would ask Mogie to take me for a walk on the Mogollon Rim so I could see all of his favorite spots!

michelle
Willow Springs Program Center

Michelle "Juniper" Balfe-Keefer

 mkeefer@girlscoutsaz.org  602-452-7041

Favorite Camp Song: Super California Surfer

Favorite Camp Memory: Inventing games to play with campers and staff, and anytime I hear another person’s personal story.

Fun Fact: I am a certified Forest Therapy Guide.

What would you do if you could spend a day with Willowmina—the Blue Chicken that lives at Willow? I would walk with her, find out what she eats and if she can fly, and listen to her past adventures.