Staff Bios

Meet the Asbury Woods Summer Staff!

Asbury Woods is committed to providing a quality summer camp experience. Our summer camp educators are highly qualified individuals who enjoying inspiring others to get out of doors and explore.

Camp Director

Kelley Lang: Kelley is the Education and Visitor Services Manager and is responsible for the Summer Camp programming at the Nature Center. Kelley has worked in a number of educational and outdoor settings in her career, including as a naturalist at Audubon Center of the North Woods in Minnesota and the Northern Highland American Legion State Forest in Wisconsin. She holds Masters degrees in Forestry and in Education. She served with the Peace Corps in Togo, West Africa (RPCV, 2001 - 2003). Kelley believes that a passion for the environment grows when caring adults model for children their own respect for and joy in the natural world.

Assistant Camp Director

Melissa Martin: Melissa has been working in the environmental education field for 7 years and enjoys helping children to explore the natural world around them. Melissa has extensive experience working with children of all ages in outdoor settings. Following completion of her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science and Master’s degrees in Environmental Education and Parks & Resource Management, Melissa has worked for Asbury Woods as well as the National Park Service and the Pennsylvania State Park system. She looks forward to helping children to have a quality experience at Asbury Woods this summer. She will be co-leading the Summertime Adventure Camp.

Nature Camp Staff

Sarah Lewis: Sarah Lewis is currently serving Asbury Woods as an educator through Keystone SMILES AmeriCorps. Sarah holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and master’s in education from Gannon University. In addition, she is also certified as a secondary biology teacher in Pennsylvania. Following her year of service, Sarah intends to continue teaching environmental science in a natural setting; She believes strongly that positive experience out-of-doors is an essential component in understanding the environment and our place in it.