We are headed up by camp directors Kristin Russo and Marni Kellison, and we’ve got a gaggle of amazing weirdos who make this the best adult queer camp experience on the planet.

Senior Staff

Our Senior Staff Consultants

A-Camp is at its best when the entire community commits to making A-Camp a comfortable and accepting space for all campers. We expect campers to be both respectful of differences and patient with well-intentioned mistakes, while being aware that bullying, racism and transphobia have no place here. In order to ensure the best camp possible, A-Camp has four Senior Staff members dedicated to specific communities, serving as consultants to camp leadership and go-to supports for campers onsite. What follows is their own descriptions of their roles at A-Camp.

C.U.T.I.E. (Consultant/Coordinator Undertaking Trans Inclusion & Experiences

On her role as C.U.T.I.E. (Consultant/Coordinator Undertaking Trans Inclusion & Experiences): I’m so excited to make A-Camp even more inclusive, comfortable, and life-changing for trans women this year! I'll be advising the camp directors on programming, etc. for camp, supporting trans women with camperships, be a resource and support person for trans women during camp, and basically do everything I can to make sure trans women’s safety/comfort/fun is centered at A-Camp X.

Trans women: reach out to me with any questions, comments, or concerns about A-Camp! abeni@autostraddle.com

QTPOC Speakeasy Leaders

On their roles as QTPOC Speakeasy Leaders: The QTPOC Speakeasy Leaders are representatives for the Black, Indigenous, Mixed/Biracial, Latinx, API and people of color at A-Camp and strive to make camp a more inclusive and enjoyable space for their QTPOC family. In addition to leading the Speakeasy session, The QTPOC Speakeasy Leaders work with senior camp staff to ensure A-Camp is inclusive and welcoming to people of color in its programming, talent selection and creation of camp policies.

Questions? Email carmen@autostraddle.com.

Accessibility Coordinators

On their roles as Accessibility Co-Coordinators: Hey all, consider us your handy (and good-looking) team proactively working to make A-Camp inclusive for campers all along the ability spectrum. We are here to address transportation, communication, site navigation, meal and event considerations, and any other access needs that may come up in your time at camp. We are dedicated to ensuring that accessibility at A-Camp remains a central priority of the camp experience. You matter! And we want to ensure that you feel that way.

Questions? Email Alyssa at aandrews@ohheyitsalyssa.com.

our incredible a-camp team