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CAMP DREAM STREET IS A PROJECT OF:

Leadership team

Program Leadership:

 

Program Director: Matthew Filderman

This wil be Matthew's 10th summer at Camp! He was a counselor for 4 years and have held various positions on the program staff, such as GE and Orientation Coordinators and most recently Assistant Director. Currently he is a Case Clerk at Baker Donelson. 

Assistant Program Director - Aimee adler

Aimee has spent the past 7 summers volunteering at Camp Dream Street. In previous summers, Aimee has been a Daily Activity Writer, Evening Program Writer, Evening Program Coordinator, and Daily Activities Coordinator. She is from Memphis, TN, and after graduating from Tulane University, she moved to NYC where she works for the Union for Reform Judaism. 

Board of Advisors:

Chairman
Kyle Goldich - Kyle is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and is a graduate of LSU. He currently works as a strategy and management consultant with KPMG in Atlanta, Georgia. He has been volunteering with Camp Dream Street for over 17 years and has previously served as the Program Director and Great Expectations Coordinator. 

Vice Chair of Programming
Ellie Streiffer - Ellie is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana and has been a volunteer with Dream Street for 16 summers and has previously served as Program Director and Great Expectations Coordinator. She currently lives in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Vice Chair of Finance
David Zapletal - David is a native of Jackson, Mississippi and has been a volunteer with Dream Street for 19 summers. He currently lives in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Vice Chair of Marketing
Kimberly Evans - Kimberly is a native of Memphis, Tennessee and has been a volunteer with Dream Street for 15 summers and has previously served as Program Director. She currently lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. 

Administrator
Cynthia Huff - Cynthia has been associated with Camp Dream Street for over 30 years and presently helps with camper recruitment. Prior to becoming a mother to two daughters, Cynthia enjoyed a 15 year career working with children with special needs.

Administrator
Nonnie Campbell - Nonnie Campbell, one of the co-founders of Dream Street (formerly Camp Fun-A-Lot), serves as an administrator for Dream Street. After working for a number of years with the Mississippi Easter Seals Society and the Henry S. Jacobs Camp, she currently serves as the chief administrative officer for the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life in Jackson, MS.