Board of Trustees, Camp Directors,
Medical Team and Planning Committee

Camp Can Do is managed entirely by volunteers. Many members of our Board of Trustees and our various leadership teams have decades of camp experience. Many are cancer survivors and were once campers themselves.

Our highest priority is to insure a safe and fun experience for every camper. If you have any questions whatsoever, we urge you to contact us. Because many of us have “day jobs,” the best way to get in touch is to send us a quick e-mail via the Contact Us Form on this website. We will then get back in touch with you as soon as possible.

Board of Trustees

Tom Prader

Tom Prader

Tom Prader first came to Camp Can Do as a camper in 1984. Camp had such a powerful and positive effect on Tom that he knew it would be a part of him forever. In 1984 he could never have guessed how much he would be a part of Camp Can Do.

Over the years Tom has been a Counselor and Assistant Director. He has handled many assists for the Medical Team. And once, JUST ONCE, Tom served a full day as the Craft Lady.

Amy McGonigal

Amy McGonigal

Amy McGonigal first volunteered with Camp Can Do in 2002, and she is still going strong. An art teacher by trade, Amy now spends most of her time and energy working behind the scenes on everything Camp Can Do.

Amy lives in North Carolina with her husband, daughter, and dog. She enjoys traveling, cooking, and is happiest when undertaking virtually any creative challenge.

Stephanie Cole

Stephanie Cole

Stephanie Cole has been involved with camp for 20 plus years. In her “real” life, she is the Principal of the Musselman Learning Center. Stephanie grew up in New Jersey and has two younger sisters: one who is a nurse, and one who is a hair stylist … she is so proud of them both!

Stephanie went to Cabrini College, West Chester University, and St. Joe’s University. Her hobbies are photography, rowing, going to the beach or the mountains and being the proud aunt of eight nieces and nephews. Her favorite part of the summer is Camp Can Do!

Karen Macainsh

Karen MacAinsh

Karen MacAinsh has been with Camp Can Do since 2001. She has been a Counselor and Assistant Director at both Patient and Sibling Camp. In the past, Karen held the position of Assistant Chairperson on the Camp Can Do Planning Committee, and she remains an active member.

Karen has been a nurse for over 20 years, with most of her experience in Emergency/Trauma. More recently she has taken on leadership roles in outpatient healthcare, overseeing as many as 14 outpatient centers across the country. She enjoys crafting, furniture restoration, and traveling as well as spending time with her nine grandchildren and her husband, Scott, who introduced her to the Camp Can Do family.

Patient Camp Week One

Tom Prader

Tom Prader: Director

Tom Prader first came to Camp Can Do as a camper in 1984. Camp had such a powerful and positive effect on Tom that he knew it would be a part of him forever. In 1984 he could never have guessed how much he would be a part of Camp Can Do.

Over the years Tom has been a Counselor and Assistant Director. He has handled many assists for the Medical Team. And once, JUST ONCE, Tom served a full day as the Craft Lady.

Greg Spiess

Greg Spiess: Assistant Director

Greg Spiess has been involved with camp since 1998, and has been an Assistant Director since 2008. As a childhood cancer survivor, Greg has an understanding of what our campers are going through.

Greg is an avid fisherman and enjoys spending time outside with his wife, Sasha, and their son, Aiden. At camp, during his few spare moments, Greg can be found down by the lake – boating, fishing, and exploring nature. Greg’s goal for camp is to provide an enjoyable experience for ALL campers that is fun, fun, fun, and safe.

Matt White

Matt White: Assistant Director

Matt White has been involved with Camp Can Do since 2001. He started as a camper and is now an Assistant Director for Week 1 and the Chair of our Camp Planning Committee.

Matt has grow up over the years with camp in his heart. He has two wonderful children and a wife who supports his dedication and love for camp. If you hear loud singing and silly laughing, you can be sure Matt is not far away.

Vicki Grant
Vicki Grant: Assistant Director

Vicki began her Camp Can Do adventure in 2002 as a nurse. Her first year was an experience beyond words. “I was hooked!” She is honored to have served 12 of her camp years as part of the camp’s medical team. Vicki knows camp is all about the kids, but she feels she has also gained something special along the way.
Vicki was a pediatric oncology nurse for 18 years before becoming a certified school nurse in 2009. She was inspired by her camp activities to start her own personal fitness training. She has become an avid bike rider and hiker. Vicki lives in Springfield, PA with her husband, Mike. She is the proud mom of her teenage son, Jake.

David Coleman: LT Director

David Coleman (not pictured) is a three time cancer survivor, first diagnosed when he was just three years old.

David was a camper at Camp Can Do for many years, and then eventually came back as a Counselor. Now he is excited to be the LT Director for Week One.

Patient Camp Week Two

Stephanie Cole

Stephanie Cole: Director

Stephanie Cole has been involved with camp for 20 plus years. In her “real” life, she is the Principal of the Musselman Learning Center. Stephanie grew up in New Jersey and has two younger sisters: one who is a nurse, and one who is a hair stylist … she is so proud of them both!

Stephanie went to Cabrini College, West Chester University, and St. Joe’s University. Her hobbies are photography, rowing, going to the beach or the mountains and being the proud aunt of eight nieces and nephews. Her favorite part of the summer is Camp Can Do!

Karen Macainsh

Karen MacAinsh: Assistant Director

Karen MacAinsh has been with Camp Can Do since 2001. She has been a Counselor and Assistant Director at both Patient and Sibling Camp. In the past, Karen held the position of Assistant Chairperson on the Camp Can Do Planning Committee, and she remains an active member.

Karen has been a nurse for over 20 years, with most of her experience in Emergency/Trauma. More recently she has taken on leadership roles in outpatient healthcare, overseeing as many as 14 outpatient centers across the country. She enjoys crafting, furniture restoration, and traveling as well as spending time with her nine grandchildren and her husband, Scott, who introduced her to the Camp Can Do family.

Amy McGonigal

Amy McGonigal: Assistant Director

Amy McGonigal first volunteered with Camp Can Do in 2002, and she is still going strong. An art teacher by trade, Amy now spends most of her time and energy working behind the scenes on everything Camp Can Do.

Amy lives in North Carolina with her husband, daughter, and dog. She enjoys traveling, cooking, and is happiest when undertaking virtually any creative challenge.

Phil Garver

Phil Gravuer: Assistant Director

Phil Gravuer joined Camp Can Do in 2012, and has been LT Director for Week 2 since 2015.

During his non-camp time, Phil is the English Department Chairperson and a veteran teacher at Harry S Truman High School. At camp, Phil is often recognized for his impeccable style and is the resident camp fake-mustache connoisseur.

Em Waite

Em Waite: LT Director

Em Waite has been involved with Camp Can Do since being a camper in 2002.  When not at camp, Em lives and works in Washington, D.C. doing legal support work for a large international law firm.

In free time, Em enjoys exploring the District by bike, binge watching Netflix, working out, and cooking. Em is extremely passionate about camp, and is  super excited to fulfill the role of LT Director.

Sibling Camp

Caitlyn McLarnon

Caitlyn McLarnon: Director

Caitlyn McLarnon is excited to join the Sibling Camp team as director. She has been with Camp Can Do since 2010 as a Week One Counselor and as Sibling Camp Assistant Director.

Outside of camp, Caitlyn has spent the last few years in New York City working in sales and marketing. She is now pursuing a career in healthcare and hopes to follow in the footsteps of the incredible doctors and nurses in the Camp Can Do family.

Rita Robinson

Rita Robinson: Assistant Director

Rita has been a counselor at both Sibling and Patient Camp since 2013. She has personally known the impact of Camp Can Do since her brother, Pete, defeated leukemia as a child. Pete absolutely loved attending camp. Rita further witnessed the magic that is Camp Can Do after working closely with the Oncology team at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children when she saw the enjoyment of the patients and siblings.

Rita now works at Nemours AI Dupont Pediatric Hospital in Wilmington, DE as an RN in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit. She enjoys reading and watching way too much Netflix, and is obsessed with her puppy and kitty.

Jacqui McCann

Jacqui McCann: Assistant Director

Jacqui McCann first started with Camp Can Do in 2014. Her cousin, Tommy Campbell, was a camper at Camp Can Do, and he absolutely loved it. A few years after his passing, Jacqui was given the opportunity to volunteer with camp. She believes it was one of the best decisions she ever made.

Jacqui lives in Nyack, N.Y. She is a BOC certified athletic trainer, and executes rehabilitation programs for injuries on the women’s basketball program at the West Point United States Military Academy.

Lucas Pierce

Lucas Pierce: Assistant Director

Lucas first volunteered with camp in 2015, and continues to be an active volunteer today. He has volunteered as a counselor at week one, week two, and sibling camp, where he currently serves as assistant director.

Outside of camp, Lucas is a Speech Language Pathologist at a pediatric outpatient center. He enjoys walking his dog, playing guitar, meeting new people, and reading.

Medical Advisory Board

  • Dr. Gregory E Halligan MD, Chief of Pediatric Oncology at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
  • Margaret Mulherin RN

Camp Can Do Planning Committee

Matt White

Matt White: Chairman

Matt White has been involved with Camp Can Do since 2001. He started as a camper and is now an Assistant Director for Week One and Chair of our Camp Planning Committee.

Matt has grow up over the years with camp in his heart. He has two wonderful children and a wife that supports his dedication and love for camp. If you hear loud singing and silly laughing, you can be sure Matt is not far away.

Cara Campos

Cara Campos: Vice Chairwoman

Cara Campos first came to patient camp in 2000. She was in the midst of chemotherapy treatments, and camp was the most fun and independence she’d had since her diagnosis. Over the years Cara came to love the sights, sounds, and even smells of camp, the fun activities, and most especially the bonds formed with her Camp family.

Cara attended camp for five years, then continued to come back as a counselor until the birth of her son in 2017. Cara is a full time Realtor in South Jersey, and in her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, son and dog, Suzie. She likes to travel, and she loves spin class.

Cara continues her service to Camp Can DO as Vice Chair of our Camp Planning Committee.