Keyauwee Program Center
Keyauwee Program Center, an all girls camp, is located just south of Greensboro in Randolph County on 350 acres. It is a multipurpose site with an Olympic-size swimming pool and diving well, riding stables with a covered arena, 50-foot Alpine Tower, archery range, sports court, several large playing fields and a climbing tower.
At Keyauwee, we allow children to enjoy being children! We keep the girls active, busy and having fun as they climb, swim, ride and craft their way through their time with us in a safe environment. Being an ACA-accredited camp means parents can rest assured their child will be safe, as they develop their courage, confidence and character – without even realizing it!
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Meet the Staff
Charlotte “Web” Elliott, Senior Program Manager
Charlotte Elliott first joined the Keyauwee team back in 2002, and returned every summer before finally deciding to move over from England in 2008. Coming to us with a BA from Oxford Brookes University, and an MA from Royal Holloway, University of London along with a background in human resources and financial analysis work, she has embraced the move. Having been a Girl Guide since the age of 5, she moved up through the levels and ended up leading her own Brownie unit before moving across the pond.
As an active individual she loves the outdoors, climbing, running and anything outside! Currently working on the Non-Profit Management certificate at Duke University, she also has dreams of going back to university and getting her doctorate.
Kayla “Polkadot” Quinn, Assistant Camp Director/Program Specialist
Kayla Quinn joined the Keyauwee team in April of 2015, moving from the Pocono Mountains andPhiladelphia areas in Pennsylvania. Kayla graduated in May 2014 with a BS in Recreation Management, Community/Commercial Studies, from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania. During her time at LHU, Kayla participated in a 4 month senior internship at Pax Lodge, the London WAGGGS World Center, as an Events Intern. As Events Intern, her role was to plan, facilitate, and evaluate all of the Pax Lodge programming, as well as providing special projects with the WAGGGS Free Being Me program. Following graduation, Kayla started her 6th summer as a Girl Scout Camp Staff Member, being her 3rd summer as the Leadership Director for Girl Scouts of Eastern PA Camps. She also has served as a Program Specialist at GSEP before coming to Keyauwee.
During her spare time, Kayla is an active member of her sisterhood, the Alpha Sigma Tau National Sorority, and an Associate Member of the Friends of Pax Lodge/World Foundation through WAGGGS. She is also planning on pursing a Masters Degree in Camp Administration and Leadership.
Doug Marshall, Ranger/Site Coordinator
Douglas (Doug) Marshall joined the Keyauwee Program Center in 2016, leaving behind his position as Technical Director at Anderson University’s Rainey Fine Arts Center. He brings his 16+ years in technical theater, where he used his mad carpentry skills along with welding, electrical and rigging to build, maintain and repair production sets. As a youth, Doug spent seven summers as volunteer and paid staff at Broad Creek Memorial Scout Reservation (Boy Scouts of America) in the Baltimore MD council, holding several positions over the years including waterfront and quartermaster. He earned his Eagle Scout Award in 1989, and is looking forward to returning to the scouting world as Keyauwee’s Ranger. Doug has a great love for theater and the great outdoors, and his professional work has taken him up and down the East Coast over the years. Even though he has Baltimore roots, as you can tell from his photo, he is looking forward to settling into Sophia, and calling North Carolina – and particularly Keyauwee – home.