Name: Lisa Malcolm
Birthplace: Fife, Scotland
School: University of Edinburgh
Activities Taught in 2014: Soccer, Water Skiing, Archery, Canoeing and Climbing
Fun Fact About Yourself: I represented Scotland in the 2008 Youth Olympiad Games
Not-So-Secret Passions: Teaching is my main passion and I am currently about to finish my final year of a Physical Education teaching degree, but in my free time I love to run long distance and train for events such as 10ks and half marathons.
Favorite Camp Dish: Meatball Subs!!!
Favorite Camp Song: Magic
Favorite Camp Activity: SOCCER
Favorite Memory of Lochearn: There are many, from cabin nights with cabin 20 to the pinecone ceremony! However, my favorite must be celebrating with the girl’s soccer team as they scored against Aloha in the inter camp game. Seeing all their hard work pay off made me a very proud coach!
Advice to new members of the Lochearn family: If you come to camp with an open mind and willingness to try new things, then I know you a re going to have a blast at Lochearn! Don’t be afraid to express yourself. Whether it’s performing on stage or tearing it up on a wakeboard, make the experience your own! We as staff love to see you succeed but most importantly we love to see you having fun. So, embrace camp life, pack those tie-dye shorts and prepare to have the best four weeks of your life!
Name: Claire Quinn
Birthplace: Baltimore, MD
School: University of Maryland (Go Terps!)
Activities Taught in 2014: Swimming, Snorkeling, Paddleboarding, Climbing
Fun Fact About Yourself: When I worked at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, I got to name their baby sloth. His name is Camden, after the stadium where the Baltimore Orioles play!
Not-So-Secret Passions: Wearing bows and anything to do with the Maryland flag.
Favorite Camp Dish: Chicken Patties!
Favorite Camp Song: Lochearn Spirit & the Red Team Song
Favorite Camp Activity: Swimming (especially to Watermelon Island!)
Favorite Memory of Lochearn: Receiving my Five Year Pin from my good friend Eliza Kennedy last summer!
Advice to new members of the Lochearn family: Lochearn is the perfect place to make new friends and try new activities, so be open to both! Each year I’ve been at camp, I’ve been lucky to become friends with plenty of campers and counselors, especially those who were in my cabin or classes. And I’ve been able to try things I’ve never done anywhere else, like waterskiing and climbing the Alpine Tower. So, don’t be afraid to get out of your comfort zone at Lochearn, because we’re all here to cheer you on!