With the holidays right around the corner, many of our staff will be taking some time off this December. We will always have enough people in the office to support you during the holidays, but there will be a few adjustments to our regular support hours.
My name is Emily Dumont and I work at Camp AJ, a residential camp in Jackson County, Kentucky. I can honestly say that the Women in Camp Summit has made one of the largest impacts on me both personally and professionally since I began working in camp.
BRAINSTORM 2019, our fifth annual user conference, has ended! Everyone at CampBrain looks forward to BRAINSTORM as it is truly a unique environment. From the open house to our Thursday night event, Rob’s keynote to one-on-ones, BRAINSTORM is filled with chances to network, learn and chat with 140+ amazing clients and 45+ Brainers. Thank you to everyone who attended!
As you have started to plan for your new seasons of camp, we at CampBrain are as well. Our Business Development Team of Jared, Jeff and Myself will be on the road once again attending 35+ conferences, presenting our Admins Unite Session at conferences.
As one might expect, our company’s “year” revolves around the summer. August 31 is our fiscal year end and it represents the closing of one season and the start of a new one. As we begin a new season, Rob would like to reflect back on a few items from the last one.
In July, Miriam joined a #a11yTO seminar to learn how to improve the accessibility of our digital world. Along the way she learned about the Digital Accessibility Maturity Model, The Little Engine That Could, Equality vs. Equity vs Liberation, and much more.
2019 was a very special year with significant changes to the way the Hall operates. With 5 total inductees and 2 new ways to enter the Hall, it was understandably an electric atmosphere. It was amazing to see all the positivity in the community and all the energy around each nominee.