Bruce Ingersoll appointed new director
Former camper and trip staff Bruce Ingersoll will become Keewaydin's director on June 1.
"It is thrilling to be the director," he said. "People are so passionate and care so deeply about Keewaydin, and that's exciting in any job."
"But I recognize I have big shoes to fill. Keewaydin is a special place that provides meaning and experiences that absolutely matter to kids."
Ingersoll, 42, currently serves as a dean at a private school in Colorado. He will replace Doug Mosle who resigned in September, after three years.
The Keewaydin Foundation mounted an extensive search, the broadest in the Temagami camp's 110-year history. There were over a dozen candidates and the finalists underwent an intensive set of interviews with representatives from various segments of the Keewaydin community.
For those who may not know Bruce, I remember him as one of Keewaydin's outstanding trip staff of the 1980s.
— Brian Back
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