Sagamore's 2015 Interns
Isabella Browne Lorcher, Office Assistant: Isabella recently graduated from the University of Vermont with a BA in English and Environmental Studies. She is excited to join the Sagamore team this summer focusing on the events at camp. When she is not working, Isabella looks forward to hiking in the region, reading, writing, and drawing.
Sarah McIllvennie, Outdoor Programming: Sarah recently graduated from Cornell University with a BS in Agricultural Sciences. She is very interested in curriculum planning and outdoor education to promote environmental stewardship. She is greatly looking forward to working with the rest of Sagamore’s staff to create engaging and educational outdoor fun! She hopes to see you this summer!
Hanna Cromie, Outdoor Programming: Hanna has lived in the southern Adirondacks her entire life, and is currently attending Paul Smith’s College for an Integrative Studies degree in Fisheries and Wildlife Science and Environmental Studies. She’s come to Sagamore to learn more about the people and history of the Adirondacks, and add her own perspectives to the camp. She’s ecstatic to say that while here she will have the opportunity to develop and apply her own ideas within some of the programs.
Kelly Loughead, Historic Interpreter: A graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Kelly spent the last year teaching English in France. At Great Camp Sagamore she will be giving tours and gaining experience in public education and programming. She hopes to continue working in museum education in the future. Kelly enjoys following her beloved Cincinnati sports teams, playing soccer, and eating barbeque.
Kenny Nguyen, Historic Interpreter: Kenny is a recent graduate of the University of Vermont where he majored in Global Studies, with minors in Spanish and Psychology. This summer, he's excited to be giving tours and learning about the historical significance of the camp. Kenny will focus on questions of social equality as it relates to Great Camp Sagamore in the Gilded Age. In the future, he hopes to work in the field of international human rights. If you ever want to share a snack with Kenny, Oreos are his favorite!
Kevin McElroy, Historical Interpreter: Kevin is a native of Marblehead, Massachusetts and recently graduated from the University of Vermont with a major in History and a minor in Music. Here at Sagamore, he will spend his summer giving tours of the complex and conducting research about Sagamore and the people who vacationed, worked and lived at the site during it’s heyday. With this experience, Kevin hopes to pursue work with other historic sites and “living history” locations. In his free time, Kevin enjoys playing guitar, snowboarding, biking and reading.