Superstar Spotlight


Adam’s Camp is blessed to have so many incredible teammates. These incredible contributors, counselors, therapists and volunteers are what make Adam’s Camp special. We are so excited to begin shine a spotlight on some of the inspiring people who truly do create the magic that is Adam’s Camp.

JoAnn Feb. 16, 2016: JoAnne Zboyan (on the left in pink, pictured with Adam’s Camp Board President Kellie Newland) has been a long time angel for Adam’s Camp and was a huge reason our “Life Is Better Together” winter ball was a success this year. As a volunteer, not only did JoAnne spend time leading up to the event attracting sponsors to make it financially possible, on the night of the event she helped with many of the logistics, from blowing up balloons to serving pizza! JoAnne’s connection to Adam’s Camp goes back a long way and she has been instrumental in our growth – she served on our Board of Directors for many years and continues to be a valued supporter, advisor and volunteer!
JonathanKatz Jan. 15, 2016: Jonathan Katz has been an instrumental teammate behind the scenes for Adam’s Camp for exactly four years this month as our Information Technology consultant. In simple terms, Jonathan serves the critical role of the person who make sure all of our tech stuff works and fixes things when they do not. He does so with a great attitude and good humor and is always available whenever the inevitable IT emergency arises at the most inconvenient time.And speaking of instrumental, Jonathan is a brilliant classical concert pianist who has performed at venues such as the Newman Center at the University of Denver.
Meredith Maney Dec. 7, 2015: Meredith Maney has been a phenomenal volunteer for Adam’s Camp since 2013, helping us with Adventure, Pathfinder and Trailblazer camps. She combines an amazing passion for our campers with energy, fun, compassion, kindness and responsibility. Meredith has helped Adam’s camp with marketing in the
Boulder area and recently, as part of a marketing project at the CU Business program in Boulder, she mobilized four fellow CU students to plan and implement a fundraiser to benefit Adam’s Camp at a local restaurant. Thank you, Meredith, for sharing all of your talents with Adam’s Camp!
Juanconnor Sept. 22, 2015: Juan Mendoza. The spotlight shines on one of our longest burning stars, therapist Juan Mendoza. For the last 19 years, Juan has shared his gifts and talents with Adam’s Campers, helping hundreds of children reach developmental milestones. Juan serves as a COTA (Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant) for the Littleton School District. Juan willingly takes on the most difficult situations and his unflappable and positive attitude rub off on his campers, teammates, volunteers and managers. Juan is one of our most tech-savvy therapists and assists us (on his own time!) with keeping Adam’s Camp’s technology current. He is a steadying influence at Adam’s Camp and has been extremely influential on creating what we like to call “the Adam’s Camp way” of treating campers and their families. Thanks, Juan, for being one of our great superstars who inspires us to continually strive for excellence!
ParkerandReillysm Sept. 2, 2015: Parker Evans. Parker (left), pictured with his friend Riley Hanlin (right), is a senior at Kent Denver and has volunteered in 2014 and 2015 to spend a week working with Adventure Campers at Adam’s Camp.Parker recently participated in the Boulder Sunrise Triathlon, biking 26 miles, running six miles and swimming one mile. Oh, the magic of youth! Parker and his friend Riley rallied all of their friends to support his efforts on behalf of Adam’s Camp and he raised more than $1,850 for us. Way to go, Parker, you inspire us to strive for excellence!