Kelly Kwill be our nurse for Session 3!
Kelly has been a Registered Nurse (RN) for 12 years, specializing in Emergency Nursing for over 11 years. She currently works full-time as a VA (Veterans Affairs) nurse in Southern California.
Part-time, she works with the California Air National Guard and United States Air Force as a Flight Nurse, serving 2 tours in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Before going into nursing school, Kelly worked at her local daycare center for two years taking care of children from 4 months to 6 years of age.
She is not only current in Basic and Advanced Life Support certifications, but Kelly has also maintained her current Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certification. Because she enjoys and misses working with children, she had chosen to work as a summer camp where she can once again enjoy the company of children and will provide the best nursing care possible.
Jennifer O’Hara currently works as an Athletic Trainer for Saint Mary’s College, a Division 1 school in California. Preiviously, she was an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Menlo College where her primary responsibilities were coverage of Men’s basketball and Women’s basketball as well as Volleyball.
Jennifer is a 2008 graduate of University of California, Davis with a degree in Exercise Biology, in 2009 she started her graduate work at the University of Hawaii, working with football and women’s volleyball. She completed her graduate work at Bridgewater State University, working with men’s soccer, wrestling, as well as swimming and diving. Jennifer comes to Menlo College from the University of the Pacific, where she spent a year working primarily with off-season baseball, off-season women’s soccer and volleyball. Having worked across California at various summer camps, Jennifer brings extensive youth summer camp experience to JCC Maccabi Sports Camp.
Maya Mill will be a Counselor, working with Tennis program, and helping with photography and Israeli programming!
Maya is coming to camp from Israel. She was born and raised in Rishon LeZion, a suburb of Tel Aviv. Maya recently finished her two years of service in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) as a human resources manager for high ranking officers. Maya won the excellence award of her department two years in a row. Before her military service Maya majored in architectural design in her high school and played tennis for three years.
She loves to travel internationally and has been to Europe and North America several times. Maya is thrilled to start camp and she hopes she could introduce the campers to Israeli culture. Maya enjoys cooking, photography, and going to the gym.
Veronica will be our Camp Nurse for all 3 sessions this summer!
Veronica was born and raised in northern Wisconsin where her summers mainly consisted of anything and everything to do with the outdoors. All throughout high school she was very involved with athletics including softball, volleyball, and cross country. Often times she would spend her summer volunteering at sports camps for younger children.
She currently lives in Milwaukee, WI where she works as a nurse at Froedtert Hospital. At Froedtert she mainly works with post-op surgical oncology patients where she cares for them at the very beginning of their road to recovery. Before starting her career as a nurse, she attended nursing school at Alverno College, which is a private women’s College. One of her accomplishments at Alverno included being an active member in the Alverno College Student Nurses Association. She was also accepted to do an internship at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin where she worked mainly with trauma patients (and saw lots of broken bones!) She really enjoyed her time at Alverno which has given her the tools to be a successful nurse and also shaped her into the driven person she is today.
In her free time she enjoys cooking, running, playing violin, and snowboarding. Veronica is very excited to be joining the rest of the staff at the camp this summer! She hopes that as a team we will create a great experience for all of the campers.
Adam will be a Counselor-Coach working with the basketball program during Session 1.
Adam Feinberg is extremely excited to be a counselor/coach at this year’s JCC Maccabi Sports Camp. Adam was born and raised in San Mateo, CA and will be an incoming Junior at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA. At UPS, Adam plays on the Men’s basketball team, and helped lead them to a Northwest Conference championship appearance this past year.
Off the court, he has been an active member at Peninsula Temple Sholom in Burlingame, CA, where he became a Bar Mitzvah in January of 2006. With members of his Bar/Bat Mitzvah, he spent his childhood summers at Camp Newman in Santa Rosa, CA to embrace his faith while taking part in sports of all kinds.
Adam can’t wait to meet the campers this year to help improve their game on the court while applying Jewish morals and values to everyday life.