Robin Wells, #26707
She, her, hers | Raleigh, NC
Robin first visited Camp Dudley in 2004. Jay #14107 had shared with her his affectionate memories of Camp and Robin got to experience for the first time the magic of driving down Dudley Road up to the gates of camp. Robin went on to have 3 children: Jack #24207, Tucker #25207 and Caroline. Additionally they have nieces and nephews who have called Camps Dudley and Kiniya a home away from home – George Kenny #25591, David White #22507 and Katie White #24609.
Robin’s family has called Raleigh, NC home for the last 11 years. Traveling from there to the North Country, she has enjoyed many Camp drop offs, pick ups, and reunions. Robin didn’t grow up going to camp, but swears she would be first in line for a Kiniya bunk if it were an option.
Professionally, Robin works remotely for NYC based Trusty.care, a sales software startup whose mission is to connect individuals with affordable health insurance options. Robin serves as VP of Operations & Implementation, focused on HR, Compliance and Project Management .
There are several causes that touch Robin’s heart, and she enjoys volunteering for them. The Green Chair Project in Raleigh, which provides families with furniture and home items as they transition out of homelessness, crisis or disaster, and St. David’s School in Raleigh top the list. She has also served as a member of the Board of Visitors for her alma mater in St. Louis, Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School.
Robin is thrilled to join the Camp Dudley Board of Trustees. She hopes to share her perspectives as a Mom and wife of a dedicated crew of Dudley and Kiniya devotees. Robin wants to contribute to the sustainability and longevity of this very special and beloved place where we put The Other Fellow First. Yoha!