Tanadoona's 2016 Staff

Tanadoona's counselors come from all over the world - from the Twin Cities to as far away as Europe. When you come to Tanadoona you'll meet counselors from near and far; offering an international experience for campers without having to leave the state!

 

Employment Opportunities


photo Anthony "Toots" Teed
Outdoor Programs Manager (Camp Director)
Anthony brings seven years of summer camp experience (four of which proudly as Tanadoona's Camp Director and Archery Director). He loves music, the outdoors, hanging out with his nephews and niece, laughing, playing cards, and painting. Anthony is looking forward to all the returning and new campers, to share another wonderful, adventurous summer under the bright Tanadoona sky.

 

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Meet your 2016 seasonal Tanadoona staff!

 Mom

Mom
Culinary Camp Cuisine Artist (camp cook)
Mom has been a camp cook for nine years. She enjoys meeting all the new counselors and figuring out the likes and dislikes of foods from across the pond. She is certified in nutrition and has worked for the Minnetonka schools for 22 years.

 Zina

Zina
Culinary Camp Cuisine Artist (camp cook)
Zina has been employed with Camp Tanadoona for the last seven summers as a cook. She enjoys meeting all the new counselors, and has fun trying to remembering their camp names. She is certified in nutrition and currently working in Minnetonka Schools since 2009. Her favorite part of camp is prepping for all the pack-outs.

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Nurse Cricket
Camp Nurse
Nurse Cricket began as Camp Nurse in 2011. She has a passion for healthy living and is a licensed school nurse at a public school during the school year. She regularly develops and administrates emergency plans, and attends to the daily needs of students. At camp, she provides routine and emergency care to campers and staff, assessing and monitoring chronic diseases. She also educates campers and staff on preventative health issues. She collaborates with camp administrators to implement policies that reduce the risk of injury or illness.

Nurse Daisy

Nurse Daisy
Camp Nurse
Nurse Daisy began her position as Camp Nurse in 2011. She is prepared to provide routine and emergency care to children and camp staff, monitor children with chronic diseases, educate campers and staff on preventative health issues, and collaborate with camp administrators to implement policies that reduce the risk of injury or illness. During the school year, Daisy practices as a licensed school nurse in a nearby public school district.