Lupine Reppert began her camp journey as a counselor at Tumbleweed Day Camp, later becoming a year-round director. She also explored resident camp as a counselor at Building Bridges for Peace, a mediation program for Palestinian, Israeli and American youth in Denver, CO. Lupine served as the Director of Education and Membership at the American Camp Association, Southern CA/HI for over 5 years and continues to volunteer for the organization in various committee roles and as a standards visitor. She currently serves as the Director of Development at the California School-Age Consortium, a statewide organization dedicated to building a future where every child in California – regardless of income, race or zip code – has access to high quality, affordable out-of-school time programs.
Lupine has a Bachelor of Arts in English and Music from UCLA and a Master of Public Administration from USC. In her free time, you’ll find her outdoors – running, hiking, camping and kayaking or indoors – swing dancing.