Meet Our Staff
Savita holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and has been working with children and adults with special needs for more than 20 years. She has held a variety of leadership and supervisory roles for programs serving individuals with special needs with a focus on management of programs, facilities, administration, staff and finances.
A former resident of England, Savita gained much of her experience through her involvement with Camp America, an organization which helps U.S. based camps find international staffers to work as counselors. In addition, while working as a podiatrist in England she assisted the American Institute of Foreign Studies by serving as a representative for camps serving individuals with special needs.
Jerri is the Assistant Director of Campers. She holds a Bachelor degree in Special Education N-12th and was a teacher in New York for several years. She began working for AHRC Nassau in 2003. Starting out as a Direct Support Professional, she became a Medicaid Service Coordinator and the Program Coordinator of Volunteer Services for the agency. She could not be more pleased to be a part of the Camp Loyaltown team since 2015.
Sam graduated from Queens College receiving a Bachelor’s in Physical Education to become a certified teacher and received her Master’s in Health Education in 2010. Sam has been at camp since 2007 and has served as the Athletics Program Counselor, Dining Hall Coordinator, Unit Administrator, Program Coordinator, Office Manager, Assistant Director and now Operations Manager.
Program Coordinator of Respite
Christopher Olsen is a graduate of Five Towns College, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Professional Studies. He has worked for AHRC Nassau and Citizens Options Unlimited as a part of Day Program, Community Living Services and Medicaid Service Coordination for almost 20 years. Camp Loyaltown is pleased to have him join the team!
Assistant Director of Program
Brian comes to Camp Loyaltown with a Bachelor’s Degree in sports and recreation management from Wingate University in Charlotte, North Carolina. Brian’s past work experience includes positions with Albany JCC, New York Special Olympics, YMCA Camp Nassau, and Capital District Maccabi Games. He has over 20 years of experience in camping with an emphasis on developing programs and supervising staff.