NANCY NYGARD PILON
A camp alum dating back to 1978, Nancy returned to Incarnation in 2003 as the Summer Camp Director. As the Executive Director she has overseen the building and completion of the Lakeside Chapel (2012), the new Maintenance Shop (2013), the Welcome Center (2013) and the Nature Center (2014). Her background includes an MA in Education Administration and a Ph.D in Sports Management. Nancy lives locally with her husband Denis, and children Cameron and Rowan.
Associate Executive Director for Conferences & Facilities
Peter has come to Incarnation by way of Maine and New Hampshire with 20 years of Food and Beverage as well as Hotel operations experience. He is an Incarnation Camp alum. Peter lives on site with his wife, Shannon and his family.
Rev. Dana Capasso Stivers
ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR & Chaplain
Dana joined the Incarnation staff in 2014. She has a passion for outdoor experiential education, retreat ministry and summer camp. She holds an BA from Mount Holyoke College and an M.Div from Yale. She was ordained an Episcopal priest in 2018.
Incarnation Camp Director & Youth Ministries Coordinator
Liam began working as a counselor in 2007 and became Youth Ministries Coordinator and Director of Incarnation Camp in 2013. He is originally from Leeds, England and holds a BA in Film Production & Screenwriting from UCLAN. Outside of the Center, Liam coaches high school Rugby League in Providence RI, and plays for the Rhode Island Rebellions.
Bushy Hill Director
Jen holds a BA in Developmental Psychology, an AS in Chemical Dependency, and an M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction, K-8 from Keene State College. Her love for nature was enriched through the summers she spent as a camper and counselor at Bushy Hill while growing up. Prior to her current role Jen worked at Natures Classroom and taught in the public elementary classroom for 8 years.
NP & PSDC DIRECTOR
Aaron Page, M.Ed. (NYU), is the Director of Incarnation’s Pequot Sherwood Day Camp and Nature’s Playground After School programs. Aaron loves the outdoors, especially teaching children about fishing, hiking, birding, and survival skills.
Hadlery Swope Kornacki
Steward Outdoor School
Hadley has worked in education for over fifteen years. She has a deep love of the outdoors and adventure and a desire to share that love with others. Holding multiple teaching certifications, she has taught in traditional public, charter, and private boarding schools from the elementary level through the graduate level. She holds a BA in Art and Anthropology from Pitzer College and a MA in Teaching from Sierra Nevada College.