Directors

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BILLY & JUDY HAYNES - CAMP OWNERS

Camp Ton-A-Wandah has been owned and operated by members of the Haynes family for three generations. Billy is a graduate of Wofford College with a B.A. in psychology. Judy Haynes is a native of Jacksonville and an alumna of the University of North Florida with graduate studies in sociology as well as elementary and secondary education. The second of Donnie Haynes’s grandsons to follow in her footsteps, Billy and his wife Judy became the owner an operators of Ton-A-Wandah in 1988.  For over thirty years, Billy and Judy have made it there mission of making TAW a place where young women can come and grow in a sisterhood the fosters the development of Women of Substance. Together, they are proud to see that this mission is being carried on through their son and daughter in law.   

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KIM & BEN HAYNES - CAMP DIRECTORS

Kim and Ben met at Camp Ton-A-Wandah in the early 1990’s. Ben, son of Captain Billy and Ms. Judy, graduated from Presbyterian College with a degree in Political Science. Kim graduated from Converse College with a degree in Accounting and Finance and then later went on to get her Masters in Business Administration from Clemson University. Ben has worked at camp since his high school years in various operational positions and Kim began her camp career as a camp counselor teaching tennis. Kim later became a CIT coordinator, a program director and continues to run our camp office and financials. They were married in 2000 and have three children – John Carswell, Ellie and Brayden. They feel that camp plays an integral role in developing skills such as independence, self-confidence, social skills, and responsibility that impact the happiness and growth of children outside everyday routines.

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MAGGIE LEWICKI - ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Maggie graduated from Rollins College with a degree in both Biology and Political Science. While working at Ton-A-Wandah in the summer as a counselor during her college years, she discovered and developed a passion for teaching and working with youth. She extended this passion not only during the summer, but throughout the school year where she became a peer educator and became involved in various outreach programs. Maggie and Olive can be seen around camp playing with sticks and lending a helping hand (and paw!). They are most excited to see TAW's campers and staff grow and become women of substance. When camp is not in session, Maggie continues to contribute to youth development by assisting in classes at a local dance studio, teaching young dancers ballet, tap, jazz, and conditioning! Maggie is eager to continue her career at Ton-A-Wandah and give back all that the TAW team gave to her!