Sarah Seaward

Camp Director & co-Owner

It is with pleasure that I welcome you to Nashoba North.  At Nashoba North we are passionate about youth development and the important role that summer camp can play in developing well-rounded young people. We offer our campers the opportunity to explore new activities, gain an appreciation for nature, make lifelong friendships and learn how to live and participate in a community away from the pressures of everyday life and school.  We create an environment in which the kids have the freedom to choose their own activities and we provide the structure and support needed to allow them to succeed.  A huge part of this is our staff.  We hire older collegians who not only have an expertise in the activity that they teach but also the character and temperament essential to leading a cabin and making camp fun.  After all, for kids, camp is all about having fun, learning life skills and making friends.  Nashoba North is a great place to do all of these things and so much more.

– Sarah Seaward



Doug Sutherland

Staff Director

Doug joined Nashoba North in 2010 after 10 years with Boston University Sargent Center where he started as a counselor and worked his way up to Camp Director. Doug has dedicated himself to developing staff members to achieve their goals and also support the campers in their pursuit of a great experience. Doug believes Nashoba North provides the opportunity to be a part of an amazing community that seeks to develop the whole individual.

Doug lives in New Hampshire with Kate (wife), Della (daughter), Piper (dog), Ozzie and Magic (cats).

Favorite CNN Memory:

NASHOBAPALOOZA!  It is a great time to play music, dance, and sing along. The excitement and pure joy of the campers that are performing makes me love my job even more.

Nashoba North Experience:

  • 2017 – Present: Staffing Director & Team building facilitator
  • 2010 – 2015: Assistant Director


  • Lake Forest College, B.A. English Literature
    Career Specialty: Team Building and Dynamic Group Facilitation for Organizations, Schools and Summer Camps



Chris Ramsey

Program Director

Chris first began his Nashoba North journey as a camper in 2005. Throughout his years at camp Chris enjoyed a wide range of activities from performing in the musicals to running cross country. His diverse (blended) interests in camp offerings suits his programming career exceptionally well. An elite eight-year jacket member, Chris is excited to carry on the vast Nashoba North traditions while developing new and adventurous programs.

Favorite CNN Memory:

Building my first birdhouse as a camper back in 2006! This was a life shaping experience, that I will never forget. It inspired me to return to Nashoba North as a Woodshop Instructor encouraging campers of all ages to be creative and to build something with their own hands. “Come to Woodshop, you won’t be BOARD!”

Nashoba North Experience:

  • 2017 – present: Program Director
  • 2016-2017: Woodworking Instructor
  • 2011: Junior Counselor
  • 2005-2009: Camper


  • Binghamton University, B.S. Biomedical Engineering



Tim Devaney

Co-Head of Boys

Tim joined Nashoba North in the summer of 2013 as Head of Boys.  Tim brings years of experience and instinct as an educator and parent to his role as well as enthusiasm and love for camp!  

Tim began teaching in 1988 after attending Bowdoin College in Brunswick, ME.  Since then he has been involved in traditional and experiential education.  He currently works at Blair Academy in Blairstown, NJ where he serves as the Language Department Chair as well as the housemaster of a dormitory.  His wife, Ying, and children, Mary Clare and Finn, love their summers at Nashoba North and are looking forward to returning.

Favorite CNN Memory:

Stacey Monahan acting in whatever role on whatever day (for example, Mother Earth in 2014!)

Nashoba North Experience:

  • 2013-present: Head of Boys


  • Bowdoin College, B.A. History



Sara “Gules” Giuliano

 Co-Head of Girls

Sara joined Nashoba North in the summer of 2012 as an office administrator, where she was quickly given her camp name, “Gules.” After taking a few summers off to begin a career in teaching, she returned to camp in the summer of 2015 as one of the Co-Heads of Girls. Gules brings experience in many different areas to camp including years of playing soccer, hockey and lacrosse as well as work experience in several outdoor education programs.  

During the school year, Gules is a middle school teacher and 8th grade lacrosse coach in Scarborough, ME. She is thrilled to be back at Nashoba North for another summer on beautiful Crescent Lake.

Favorite CNN Memory:

Making connections with campers and staff and watching them excel in their activities throughout the summer.

Nashoba North Experience:

  • 2015-present: Co-Head of Girls
  • 2012: Office Administrator


  • University of New England, B.A. Elementary Education



Cassidy “Cass” Osborne

 Co-Head of Girls

Cass first joined the Nashoba community in the summer of 2012 as a swim instructor. After spending the next three summers as CNN’s Aquatics Director, she returned in 2016 as a co-Head of Girls. Cass brings to Nashoba a variety of unique experiences, having previously worked as a substitute teacher and soccer coach in her hometown of Gilbert, Arizona. Her interest in acting and improv comedy prompted her move to Chicago three years ago, where she currently resides.

During the academic year, Cass is a graduate student pursuing her Masters in Secondary Education. She continues to bring her real-world experiences to the “camp bubble” in yet another fantastic summer at Camp Nashoba North!

Favorite CNN Memory:

Birthdays at camp are my favorite (and not just because I get to celebrate mine there every year)!

Nashoba North Experience:

  • 2016 – present: Co-Head of Girls
  • 2013 – 2015: Aquatics Director
  • 2012: Swim Instructor


  • University of Arizona, B.A. Religious Studies
  • DePaul University, M.Ed. Secondary Education (expected 2018)



 Anne Marie Savello

 Co-Head of Girls

Anne Marie first joined the Nashoba community in the summer of 2006 as a camper. After spending the next four summers as a camper, she returned in 2011 as a junior counselor. She then returned in the summers of 2013 and 2014 as a theater counselor. Anne Marie brings to Nashoba a variety of unique experiences, having previously worked as long-term substitute teacher in multiple grades and communities throughout the Boston area. Her recent interest in indoor-rock climbing has excited her to share her love for the sport with the Nashoba family.

During the academic year, Anne Marie is finishing her Masters in Moderate Disabilities. Currently she is student teaching at a school in Acton, MA. She has also completed long-term sub positions in 3rd grade, kindergarten, and 4th grade. She is very excited to be returning to the Nashoba family and bring her real world knowledge and experience to make camp fun and exciting for campers.

Favorite CNN Memory:

Planning the banquet as a junior counselor was the most exciting time in my Nashoba experience. I felt like a spy trying to keep the theme a secret!

Nashoba North Experience:

  • 2018 – Present: Co-Head of Girls
  • 2013 – 2014: Theater Counselor
  • 2011: Junior Counselor
  • 2006 – 2010: Camper


  • Lesley University, B.A Elementary Education 2017
  • Lesley University, M.A Moderate Disabilities (anticipated May 2018)



Patrick Davis

Athletic Director

Patrick joined Nashoba North in the summer of 2009 as a cabin counselor and member of the athletic staff teaching archery, lacrosse, disc golf and basketball. In 2011 Patrick took on the role of Athletic Director, bringing several years of athletic leadership and experience to camp. As Athletic Director, Patrick coordinates the weekly athletic offerings at camp as well as inter-camp competitions with surrounding camps. Along with his love of working with staff and campers, Patrick brings experience both as a multi-sport athlete and as a high school lacrosse coach to Nashoba North.

During the school year, Patrick is an elementary school teacher at Kingsley Montessori School in Boston, MA.

Favorite CNN Memory:

Watching campers try and excel at new activities, from the riding rings to the waterfront and at all areas in between!

Nashoba North Experience:

  • 2011-present: Athletic Director
  • 2009-2010: Sports Counselor


  • Clemson University, B.A.


Will Robins

Program Director

Will first joined Nashoba North in the summer of 2013 as boat driver and waterski instructor. After spending the next 3 summers at the waterfront as a waterski and wakeboard instructor, he returned in 2017 as a program director.

Will is from the United Kingdom and during the off-season is based in Edinburgh, Scotland. He works as a recruitment coordinator for international camp staff and is widely passionate about camp!

Favorite CNN memory:

Waterfront carnival – Its so great to see all the campers enjoying Crescent Lake and getting involved in all of the fun the waterfront has to offer!

Nashoba North Experience:

2017-present: Program Director

2013-2016: Boat driver, waterski instructor and cabin counselor


Mark Schmidt

Boating Director

Jenna Larrenaga

Head of Alumni




Amelia Adams

New York City Alumni Director and Camper Advisor

Amelia began working at Nashoba North in the summer of 2003 as a sports counselor. She returned for 5 more summers as a dance and sports counselor and director of “Arts Night”. Amelia then rose to the position of Head of Girls. She has served as Nashoba North’s New York City Alumni Director and Camper Advisor since 2009. Amelia brings a love for Nashoba North and a belief that all kids should experience camp to her advisory role in helping families understand what Nashoba North has to offer their child(ren).  

Amelia lives in Brooklyn, NY and works as the Senior Advisor to New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.

Favorite CNN Memory:

Watching my cabin in full dance party mode on Sunapee field.

Nashoba North Experience:

  • 2009-present: New York City Alumni Director and Camper Advisor
  • 2008: Head of Girls
  • 2003-2008: Dance and Sports Instructor


  • Babson College, B.A. Business and Finance
  • Frederick Douglass Academy, Harlem, NY



Elana Chandler

Parent Liaison

Elana’s experience with Nashoba North dates back to its early years under the Seaward family when she went as a camper in 1988 and 1989. She then returned as a camp counselor in 1993. Twenty years later, Elana returns to Nashoba North but this time as the proud parent of a camper. Her daughter will be returning to camp for her 5th summer this year. Elana has joined the Nashoba North team as Parent Liaison, bringing her love for and experience with Nashoba North and her understanding of the questions and concerns parents have as they send their child(ren) off to camp.  

Favorite CNN Memory:

Driving back to camp after 20 years away, helping my daughter unpack in her cabin and revisiting my old cabin, Rangeley!

Nashoba North Experience:

  • 2015: Parent Liaison
  • 1993: General Counselor
  • 1988-1989: Camper


  • Simmons College, M.A. Gender Studies
  • Brandeis University, B.A. American Studies and Women’s Studies