Passionate about making an impact, Allison Klee graduated from SUNY New Paltz summa cum laude in three years with a degree in Human Services. Allison is an honors program alumna and completed her thesis, titled “The Benefits of Summer Camps for Underserved Youth: A Circle of Courage Framework,” in her senior year.
She has worked at Camp Stomping Ground since 2016 and has fallen in love with the community, the mission, and – most of all – each camper she had a chance to play with or help work through a difficult situation. Not satisfied with the way things had always been done, she has driven Stomping Ground’s storytelling, parent communication, and staff recruitment to the next level. She helps other camps onboard their staff, facilitates restorative justice trainings in partnership with The Summer Camp Society, is an avid volunteer in her community, and is never willing to settle for “good enough.” Allison continues to make more possible for Stomping Ground and the greater camp industry.
Allison is currently working as a school social worker blending her academic background with her camp background in future pursuits advocating for and supporting kids in her community.
Conversation is the root of change.
Klee's Podcast Episodes
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- Klee's Name Games & Icebreakers
- Restorative Justice at Camp Curriculum
- Restorative Justice Training Curriculum
- Responding to Conflict in Groups
Klee On Social
Klee is in charge of our TikToks and Reels and does an AMAZING job. Follow her for lots of laughs (and to make your staff think you're cool).