Meet our team
Shelley Goguen Hulbert
Executive Director Since 2012
Shelley Goguen Hulbert comes to Camp Glen Brook from nearby Peterborough, New Hampshire, where she and her family have resided on their small, diversified biodynamic farm since 1984. Her children, now grown, attended the Monadnock Waldorf School, where she served as a class parent and a board member. Shelley holds a masters degree in social work from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and a certificate in Biodynamic Agriculture from the Pfeiffer Center at Sunbridge College. She brings a great diversity of relevant work experiences to her leadership at Camp Glen Brook, including camp directing, management training, clinical social work, community organizing, fundraising, sustainable development and biodynamic farming. She was co-founder of Nubanusit Neighborhood and Farm, a socially and environmentally sustainable intentional community in Peterborough, New Hampshire and served as Interim Executive Director of The Josephine Porter Institute for Applied Biodynamics. She is passionate about building community, spending time in the natural world, working with children and teens, weaving, painting, gardening and raising animals.
Summer Camp Director - Year Round Staff Since 2011
Mark’s good humor and enthusiasm for working with young people in the outdoors are trademark qualities of his work here at Camp.
A graduate of Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, Mark majored in philosophy with a focus on ethics and morality, which speak to the very heart of summer camp living.
Growing up, Mark spent most of his summers attending and working at a camp closer to his hometown, Buffalo New York, where over different summers he was the nature teacher and taught horseback riding. Before his current job, Mark worked summers here at Camp Glen Brook as a Trip Leader and leading the Falcon Outdoor Leadership Program. Mark came to us most recently from the Chewonki Foundation in Wiscasset, Maine, where he was an outdoor educator.
Mark loves to learn new skills, and especially loves the outdoors: exploring and wandering in the woods, tracking animals, climbing trees and rock climbing, playing in streams, building fires, chopping trees, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, running, and biking. Mark is certified as a Ropes Course Instructor, a Lifeguard Instructor, and as a Wilderness First Responder. Mark often serves as the camp photographer & web designer, and loves taking photos of children, wildlife, and the natural world. Mark maintains a regular yoga and meditation practice, which he cites as a source of his boundless energy, enthusiasm, and patience. Mark is always looking forward to his next opportunity to share these joys and skills with students, campers, gappers, and adults.
Mark can usually be found with his dog, Bodhi nearby. Click here to meet Bodhi.
Assistant Summer Camp Director - Staff Since 2005
Katy has been part of Summer Camp’s staff since 2005. She was our camp nurse from 2005 – 2017, and has been an Assistant Director since 2018.
Katy is a 1984 graduate of the Waldorf School of Garden City, NY and has been a student or staff member at Glen Brook intermittently for 35+ years. She earned her Bachelor’s in Nursing from Adelphi University, NY and has worked in many areas including hospital based acute care, community health nursing, insurance case management, and most recently, camp nursing. Katy also is a professional musician and is currently a faculty member of Concord Community Music School in Concord, NH where she leads a chorus for adults with disabilities. Katy and her family live in Goffstown, NH.
Katy says, “Camp Glen Brook continues to demonstrate to the world that responsible stewardship of land and all that inhabits it can be a joyous rewarding experience, and can build lifelong connections.”
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School Program Director & Gap Program Director Since 2014
Jake first came to Glen Brook for Winter Camp in 2007. After spending four consecutive summers leading our Falcon Outdoor Leadership Program, Jake began developing Gap at Glen Brook in 2014, and launched the program in fall of 2015. He enjoys nothing more than sharing the New England wilds with people.
These days it’s all-gap-all-the-time, but prior to coming here Jake helped to launch the Pasadena Waldorf High School in Los Angeles, California. As High School Assistant Director, he helped prepare for the school’s opening, then worked on a variety of projects, including outreach, curriculum development, and schedule planning. He also coordinated the high school’s trips program, bringing classes to amazing wilderness areas in Southern California. A Bates College graduate with an Environmental Philosophy major, he loves to travel and has visited various parks, cities, and surf breaks around the U.S., Europe, and South America.
Culinary Director Since 2019
Robyn was born and raised in Texas, and moved to New Hampshire with his family at the end of 2017. He and his wife Jessie have five children, and they have been in the Waldorf community since 2007.
Robyn has been in the culinary world for 25 years as a certified chef and nutritionist. He looks forward to bringing fresh meals from farm to table to everyone who enjoys and loves Camp Glen Brook.
Gap and Marketing Director - Staff Since 2018
Shai first came to Glen Brook in August 2018 to work with our school groups as an Outdoor Educator. He was excited to come here and get away from the hustle of NYC where he had been creating intergenerational programs and using theatre in under-served communities. After summer 2019 he Joined the Gap at Glen Brook team and continues to serve as the Gap and Marketing Director.
Shai has been working as an experiential educator for over a decade, utilizing theater, nature, tabletop and role playing games as well as cooking and baking to engage people of all ages. His previous work includes curriculum design and facilitation to connect youth and families with seniors living in isolation at DOROT, fighting mental health stigma with Village Playback Theatre and leading young adults into the desert in the scouts and various other programs. A CUNY graduate with an MA in Applied Theatre and a BA in Sociology/Anthropology and Theater. If you love playing games you can find him running Playhouse Gaming when he is not at Glen Brook.
After graduating from the Waldorf School of Garden City in 2013, Max went on to study Agricultural Engineering and Entrepreneurship at Hampshire College. While in college, he was a founding member of Agrigatr, a business meant to bring technology solutions to small-scale dairy farms. Upon graduating, he returned home to work for his family’s manufacturing business.
Max loves discovering new adventures and just recently returned from living on the west coast for a year helping the family business set up a new manufacturing facility. He modified a Jeep for overlanding and drove it to Oregon and back, camping at National Parks along the way. Max’s hobbies include skiing, whitewater kayaking, photography/videography and he still has a passion for farms and technology.
“There has always been a place in my heart for Camp Glen Brook and I’m excited to be part of the team that sustains the magic” Perhaps that is why Max’s senior yearbook reads “Will End Up: At Glen Brook.”
Camp Nurse since 2019
Beth Gaby is a naturopathic doctor and home birth midwife from Concord, NH. Beth and her husband Alan have four children, all of whom have spent time at Glen Brook over the years. A native of rural NH, she grew up ice skating on her pond, tapping trees for maple syrup, and stacking wood for the winter. Being at Glen Brook brings back memories of childhood including the games, songs, and fun. Beth comes to Glen Brook excited to be both nurse and mother away-from-home for the campers. She loves reading, playing board games, dancing, and singing.
Head Counselor & Administrative Staff Since 1982
Keith has passed his 25th summer at Glen Brook, so we’re starting to think he likes it here. The rest of the year Keith works in the Springfield Public School District where he’s been since 1984. He first served as a counselor for students with behavioral and academic issues, and since 2006 has been the Assistant Principal for Springfield Central High School (the Washington Post has named his school in the top 5% of public schools in the country.) While Keith loves his work during the year, he always looks forward to his time at Glen Brook each summer– he started coming to Glen Brook as a student of the Waldorf School of Garden City. We always love to have Keith’s enthusiasm for games played with good sportsmanship, and his genuine enthusiasm for everything that happens at Camp. Keith is joined by his son, Matthew, at Camp each summer, and his two older children attended the Camp for years, as well.
Summer Waterfront Director & Master of Special Events