Broad Meadow Brook Nature Day Camp | Staff
Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff comprises skilled professionals (teachers and naturalists), college students, and high school students age 16 and older. This specialized team works to foster a sense of community among campers and build connections with nature.
Staff Selection Criteria
Counselors are carefully selected based on their maturity, enthusiasm, teaching experience, natural history knowledge, and deep commitment to engaging campers with nature. All undergo background and reference checks, are CPR- and First Aid-certified, and attend a two-week training program prior to the start of camp.
Camp Director—Lisa Carlin
Lisa Carlin has been with Broad Meadow Brook Nature Day Camp since 2006. She has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies from Northland College. Lisa loves the energy of camp and working with the counselors and campers. As a child, she went to overnight camp for many years before becoming a counselor. Prior to coming to Mass Audubon, Lisa spent ten years as a Boston Park Ranger.
What Others Are Saying
“It was a great first camp experience! The counselors were caring and helped my daughter transition successfully the first day. Activities were age-appropriate and fun! She learned so much. Thank you!”