Maddy LeMasters

Maddy LeMasters

Hi, my name is Maddy LeMasters!  This will be my 2nd summer working at Beth Tfiloh Camps, and I already consider it my home away from home.  I am so lucky to have become a part of such an incredible family.  When camp is not in session, I work at Hampstead Elementary School as a student support assistant in the school’s autism program.  In my free time, you can find me continuing my work in elementary special education, snuggled up with my pup reading whichever book caught my eye at Barnes & Noble the last time I was there, or trying a new local restaurant with family and friends.  I am so excited for camp to start, and can not wait to get to work more closely with your child and our incredible staff!

Jacob Wolf

Hello!  My name is Jacob Wolf.  I have been at BT camps my entire life.  This is my 4th year working on the staff at the BT Pools lifeguaring and teaching swimming.  I am certified in Water Safety Instruction, Lifeguarding, First Aid, CPR and I am a certified Pool Operator as well.  I went to high school at Beth Tfiloh and I will be a Junior at Indiana University studying sports marketing and management.  In my free time, I love hanging out with my friends and family, cheering on my favorite sports teams, and playing sports.  I’m a huge Ravens, Orioles, and Hoosiers fan.  I’m very excited to be coming back to camp!

Heather Ralston

Heather was born and raised in Baltimore and attended Beth Tfiloh Camp as a child. You might recognize Heather as she was a preschool teacher at Beth El and Beth Tfiloh for many years. Heather left teaching in 2014 to open Yankee Doodle, a children’s arts and crafts store.
At Yankee Doodle, Heather was able to combine two of her passions, working with children while creating arts and crafts projects. In more recent years Heather has been focused on her three young children, Logan 7 years old, Riley 5 years old and Dylan 3 years old. She is excited to be at BT Camp and looks forward to creating craft-tastic memories this summer!

Ashley Himelfarb

Hi! I’m Ashley and I’ve been at camp since 1990 (when I was 4 years old). I loved camp, especially nature, and decided that I wanted to be Bob (the head of nature) when I grew up. Toward that end I became an LT, aide, instructor, and finally department head. I’ll never be as cool or knowledgeable as Bob but I’ve got a few decades to work on it.

Outside of camp I earned a bachelors of science in biology at Bryn Mawr College and a Masters in Art of Teaching in secondary science at Salisbury University. I’m currently a high school science teacher with BCPS.

On the weekends my wife (a former BT camps counselor) and I enjoy walking the goats that live at nature, hiking, cross stitching, and playing disc golf.

I look forward to another great summer in 2022.

Nick Meyers

Hi, I’m Nick. I have been with BT Camps since 2017, and I am in my 4th summer as Maccabi Sports Camp Director. I have one son, who began his camp experience with BT Camps in 2021 in the Kinder Camp program and is very excited to return to continue his way through our programs at BT Camps. During the school year, I am a High School World Language teacher, teaching both Spanish and Latin, in the Baltimore County Public School System after receiving my B.A. in Spanish and Secondary Education from Salisbury University in 2010 and my M.S. in Instructional Technology from University of Maryland Global Campus in 2016. During my free time, I can be found with my son playing/coaching sports in the yard (soccer is the current favorite) along with just spending time outside with my wife and son.

Nick Forman

Nick Forman

Nick brings over 3 decades of both day, travel, and overnight camping experience to BT camps.  Nick has been a camper, counselor, and specialist at camps in Pittsburgh and in Baltimore, including at BT Camps since 2013 as a sports specialist, teacher, and parent of two kids.  Nick is a social studies teacher with Anne Arundel County Schools, and during his spare time, you can find him at his kids’ sporting events or officiating a soccer  or basketball game!

Colleen Esposito

HI – my name is Colleen Esposito.  I have been a part of BT Camps summer staff since 2018.  In my time at camp I have been a swim instructor, a theater camp assistant director, a theater camp counselor, and last summer was my first as a Unit Head in Hay/Vav, where I’ll be again this summer.  During the school year, I work as a theater arts and technical theater teacher in the Baltimore County Public Schools, where I have been part of the BCPS family since 2014.  I love working with children in the classroom, on the stage, and at camp.  At school, I direct a Fall production, Spring production, and an end of the year showcase.  Watching my students progress in their love of the arts and own self confidence is such a great joy!

I have a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from McDaniel College in Theater Arts with minors in Acting, Literature, and Interactive Theatre.  I also have a Master’s of Arts in Teaching degree from Towson University in secondary education, and a second Master’s of Arts in Education from Goucher College.

When I am not at camp or school, I enjoy spending time with my husband, my two amazing daughters, my family, and friends.  My daughters also love spending their summers at BT Camps: my oldest will be in Bet this year and my youngest will be returning to nursery camp for what I know will be another amazing summer at BT!

Josh Singer

Josh Singer has been a part of the BT family for over 20 years. Josh has been a camper, LT, counselor, and now Unit Head. After graduating from Beth Tfiloh, Josh graduated with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Family Studies from Towson University. This year, Josh graduated from University of Maryland with a Masters in Social Work.

While finishing his Masters Degree, Josh also works as both a substitute teacher and after care teacher for the Calvert School of Baltimore. When Josh is not working, he can be found hanging out with friends, watching sports, or spending time with his dog Allie! Josh is excited to begin his 4th year as a Unit Head.

Desmond McCullough

Desmond McCullough

Hi – my name is Desmond McCullough and this will be my 7th summer being a part of the BT family. Also this will be my 2nd summer as Aleph and KinderCamp unit head. Besides camp, I graduated from University of Maryland Eastern Shore with a Bachelors in biology.  I continued my education at Tuskegee University where I received my masters in animal science. During the school year I  am a high school biology teacher with Baltimore city school systems.  When I am not working with kids, you can catch me working with animals at an animal hospital,  hanging out with my family, friends and my 3 dogs. I am so excited for camp and for another summer in Unit Aleph and KinderCamp.

Rachel Levy

Hi BT Family! My name is Rachel (Eisenberg) Levy.  I began my nursing journey working at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital with the infants and toddlers.  In 2010 I graduated University of Maryland School of Nursing with my Masters in Nursing and certification as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. After graduation I joined the corporate world and traveled for 5 years to different hospitals, helping to configure, educate, and go live with telemetry and bedside monitors.  While the travel was fun, I missed working with children and began working for the school systems.  I am currently a School Nurse for Baltimore County Schools, at Milbrook Elementary School.

I joined the BT Camp family back in 1987 when I began attending camp as a camper.  I continued my journey through and have worked at camp as a Counselor, Lifeguard, Floater, and then after a 9-year hiatus rejoined the BT Camp Family as one of the amazing Camp Nurses.  I stayed part of the Health team since, taking a summer off to enjoy time in Israel with family.  My two boys, ages 10 and 14 have been attending the “big camp” since the summers they turned 4 and call BT Camps home.  It brings me joy to be back and to be here to help care for your children while they are in camp.  As I tell my school families, I will treat your children like they are my own while we are in camp.  Please feel free to contact camp at any time with health concerns that you may have.  I look forward to being back this summer with my “family!”