Caroline Maffry, Camp Director
Caroline spent her formative years abroad living in France, Italy, Poland and the Philippines and now resides in Washington, DC, raising her daughter. Caroline’s experience ranges from running her own travel company focused on European educational and cultural tours, to working as Director of Auxiliary and Summer Programs at a Montessori School in Maryland. Caroline is also a horseback rider instructor and avid equestrian. Caroline is in her seventh year at Beauvoir and eleventh year working in the field of Auxiliary and Summer Programs.
Mairim Wales, Assistant Camp Director
Mairim Wales grew up mainly in Arlington, VA and received her Bachelor’s degree from George Mason University, where she double-majored in English and Spanish and minored in Art. She also earned her MBA from Metropolitan College of New York. She holds certificates in Social Services and Early Childhood Education. She also lived in Washington State for three years and worked in family services, devoting her energy to foster care children as a Visitation Supervisor. Upon her return to the CMV, she led the After Care program at Beauvoir for four years. 2019 will mark her third year in her current role as Assistant Director of Auxiliary Programs. In her free time, she loves playing with her two rescue pit bulls (Mack and Molly), working on DIY home projects with her husband, and all things arts and crafts.
Jake Wohl, Summer Camp Swim Director
Jacob (Jake) Wohl grew up in Tenleytown in Washington, DC. Jake received his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science with a minor in Education from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. He then earned his Masters of Education in Elementary Education at the University of Maryland. During the school year, Jake teaches Fourth Grade at Bethesda Elementary. Jake has enjoyed leading a fantastic array of camps at Beauvoir over the past six years and is excited to enter his second year as Swim Director at the Beauvoir Pool. In his free time, Jake loves woodworking, going for hikes, and reading.
Rhéabecca Guillaume-Roussel, CIT Coordinator/Social Media Coordinator
Rhéabecca grew up in Queens, New York. Rhéabecca received her Bachelor’s Degree in English and Afro-American studies with a minor in Secondary Education from the illustrious, Howard University. She is currently working on her Masters of Literary Arts at American University. During the school year, Rhéabecca has served as our Interim Lead ABC educator this year. Rhéabecca was the front desk manager last summer at Beauvoir and is excited to enter her second year with our program as CIT Coordinator. Some of Rhéabecca’s hobbies are sneaker-collecting, traveling, and sports.
Angela Sapp, Summer Camp Nurse
Angela has lived in Alexandria, VA for the past 20 years. She attended Spelman College and the University of Maryland, and is actively pursuing a master’s degree in nursing. Angela was a pediatric ICU nurse at Children’s Hospital in DC and has been working at Beauvoir as the summer nurse for the past three years. When Angela is not at Beauvoir, she enjoys long walks, cooking and hanging out with her three children (Kendall 20, Tyler 19, and Leana 14).
Our Lead Counselors are experienced adult professionals who are either teachers or aspiring individuals in the field of education. Many of our summer staff are Beauvoir School teachers.
Our Assistant Counselors range from recent high school graduates to college students and professional adults who have a real interest in the education field and love working with elementary aged children.
Our Swim Staff provides a safe, developmentally appropriate environment for our campers. They are familiar with Red Cross swim levels and water safety practice. The Swim Staff is able to adapt their teaching approaches to the age, experience and ability of participants in order to meet course objectives while having fun. Each member of the Swim Staff is CPR/AED and First Aid certified. In addition to our swim staff, the Beauvoir Pool has lifeguards on duty at all times.
Counselors-In-Training support the camp groups with everyday tasks ranging from group activities to collaborative projects. CITs gain experience by participating, observing and learning from their lead and assistant counselors with whom they are working closely.