Who We Are


Our leadership team combines over 60 years of experience in education.

The team spends the year planning and overseeing every detail of the day-to-day happenings, mentoring our teachers, and completely immersing themselves in every aspect of Hollingworth Science Camp. Our leaders are not simply camp directors for the month of July, they are highly credentialed administrators, educators, and research scholars in the field of science and early childhood education.

Director of Science Initiatives

Jacquelyn serves as Director of Enrichment Services at The Hollingworth Center. Under her supervision, Hollingworth Science Camp provides innovative science-based education to hundreds of elementary school children every year. In keeping with the Center’s dual mission to provide educational enrichment to both children and educators, Jacquelyn provides teacher education and training for our science camp teachers.

Curriculum Specialist

Hollingworth Science Camp

Alison earned her Master’s in Elementary Education from Teachers College in 2006 and went on to teach for seven years in public and independent schools in New York City. She also taught for eight summers here at Hollingworth Science Camp. After starting a family, Alison took time at home to care for her twins, but she couldn't stay away from Hollingworth for long!

Special Projects Coordinator

The Hollingworth Center

An alum of both the Hollingworth Preschool and Hollingworth Science Camp, Nina completed her undergraduate studies at Clark University in studio art and graphic design. Currently Nina is the Coordinator of Special Projects at Hollingworth, supporting our programs with her expertise in graphic design, research, teaching, and the visual arts.


Each member of our faculty is a passionate educator
dedicated to teaching and learning.

Teacher interacting with science campers

Each classroom is staffed with both Head and Assistant Teachers.

Our Head Teachers teach in a variety of both private and public schools throughout the city, and hold Master’s degrees from Teachers College. Our Assistant Teachers are current Teachers College graduate students pursuing advanced degrees in the field of education. In addition, our teachers receive professional development as an integral part of our preparation for each camp season.

We also host a number of ‘specials,’ that enrich the program.

Our artists-in-residence facilitate our parade art class, while our movement instructors teach dance, outdoor games, and circus moves classes. Theme teachers lead our engineering-design challenge events and form connections between each group topic and our camp-wide theme with special theme lessons.

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