Many people think a company’s culture is defined by lighthearted moments in the office. Ping pong tables, happy hours, and nerf guns. We believe it goes much deeper than that. It is the blending of our values, our passions, and our purpose.
Our culture is the manifestation of who we are as people. Guided by our core values, we’re an unapologetically quirky team rooted in professionalism and personal growth. Why does this matter? Because you deserve to know who you’re doing business with. CampMinder is not a product; it’s a culture.
If culture matters to you as much as it does to us, you might want to join our team.
OUR CORE VALUES
Put Team First
With empathy and humility, we seek win-for-all solutions.
We hold ourselves accountable for outcomes, good and bad. We don’t pass the buck.
Honoring our word and choosing candor, respect, and kindness.
Seeking to understand with curiosity and vulnerability.
Find A Better Way
A culture of innovation and continuous improvement. Constantly seeking personal and professional growth.
Laugh. Be grateful, positive and hospitable. Make people feel good.
MEET THE CAMPMINDER TEAM
We’re an eclectic mix of artists, foodies, gamers, hipsters, musicians, readers, runners, skiers, dog owners, camp counselors, and all around adventurers.
Spirit Animal: Meerkat
Fun Fact: Amber can wiggle her ears.
Fun Fact: Analiese is on a mission to bake the perfect gluten-free almond butter blondie.
Dream Job: Astronaut
Fun Fact: Beth Anne has worked at different camps for the past 6 consecutive summers.
Beth Anne Casstevens
Fun fact: Betsy's travels have taken her to Gibraltar, which she describes as Las Vegas meets Mackinac Island with monkeys!
Favorite Food: Pasta. Namely lasagne.
Myers-Briggs Type: INFJ
Favorite Food: Crawfish
His camp story began as a nine year old kid who showed up for summer camp one year at YMCA's Camp Thunderbird in Charlotte, North Carolina. Over a decade later, after serving as a Cabin Counselor, General Athletics Chief, and Assistant Land Director he joined CampMinder to continue helping camps provide amazing experiences to their kids.
When he's not talking to Camp Directors and staff, you might find him shredding down the ski slopes in the winter, hiking up those same mountains in the summer, or jamming out at a Red Rocks concert in between.
Spirit Animal - Bear
Fun Fact: Chris performed autopsies for 8 years.
Spirit Animal - Golden Retriever
Fun Fact: Dan once dressed up as the Hamburglar in NYC and doled out McDonald’s Hamburgers to fans.
Spirit Animal: Liger
Favorite U.S. President: Lyndon B. Johnson
Fun Fact: David’s mom insisted he learn Gaelic as a child.
Fun Fact: Every time Esther goes camping, she always leaves a fairy circle on the site for others to find and enjoy.
Favorite Food: Grilled Cheese
Fun Fact: Frank cries at weddings and when he watches Sleepless in Seattle
Favorite Food: A reuben or turkey club sandwich.
Spirit Animal: Eagle
Fun Fact: James is the fifth in a long line of James's. The third was widely known as ``Jimdaddy``, the fourth then became ``Jimboy``, and the fifth, ``Jimfant``.
Childhood Aspiration: Investment Banker
Fun Fact: Jesse spends almost every Sunday with his grandmother, watching movies or Broncos games.
Favorite berry: Jim values the huckle above all other berries.
Fun Fact: Kade and his wife said “I do” at the top of Mt. Bierstadt at 14,065 feet.
Fun Fact: Kevin refuses to watch broadcast television
Dream Job : An alpaca/goat farmer
Childhood Aspiration: NFL Football Player
Spirit Animal: Seahorse
Spirit Animal: Sloth – he was bred to chill
Favorite Dance Move: The Running Man
Fun fact: Mike is so enamored by Costa Rica that he would welcome reincarnation as a pisote.
Favorite Food: Cheese
Spirit animal: Owl
Favorite Food: Deep-fried chimichangas
Instruments: Guitar, Piano, Bass, Mandolin, Drums
Fun Fact: As a social butterfly, Simon loves parties, especially 80’s-themed parties.
Favorite Food: Ribeye, medium rare, of course.
You might also find him wielding a large camera, donning a welding helmet, turning wrenches, throwing his kids in the air, drinking iced mochas (aka chocolate milk) from Ozo Coffee Co., or working on his family’s small fleet of Volkswagen buses (#vanlife).
Fun fact: Travis has owned more than 200 classic vehicles.
Spirit Animal: Camp Counselor