Marsha Rampersaud
Camp Counselor

Marsha Rampersaud

Marsha, known to her friends, companion animals, and accomplices as “Doctor Rampersaud,” is our resident gymnastics expert and vocalist at camp.Marsha is completing a Master’s degree at Queen’s University. When she’s not winning awards or racking up graduate degrees, Marsha can be found reading, running half marathons, fleeing domestic animals, or some combination of the...
Rebecca Sgotto
Kitchen Staff

Rebecca Sgotto

Rebecca “Party Animal” Sgotto is currently studying interior design at Humber College. As a StepStones veteran, Rebecca is therefore your go-to-girl for both camp legends and suggestions for living room drapery (mauve is never wrong). When she’s not whipping up exquisite culinary creations in the camp kitchen, Rebecca most enjoys dock day and movie night....
Isabel Macquarrie
Lifeguard and Camp Program Staff

Isabel Macquarrie

Although Isabel usually lists her education as “lots,” when pressed she will reveal that after completing her B.A. at McGill University,  a Master’s degree at Queen’s University and is currently studying Law at Harvard. Isabel brings seven years of experience teaching swimming and working with youth to her position at StepStones. Although Isabel enjoys participating...
Emily Lannan
Waterfront Director

Emily Lannan

Emily Lannan is a special education teacher during the school year and volunteers her time up at StepStones during the Summer. Emily loves canoeing, running long distances for fun and the outdoors and has been involved with StepStones since 2004!
Jackie Power
Camp Program Director

Jackie Power

Jackie is a 14 year veteran of the summer camp industry. She loves anything to do with the waterfront – from canoeing, swimming, teaching lessons, to jumping off anything high up. She is currently a Logistics Officer in the Canadian Armed Forces and spends her summers volunteering with StepStones. She has an amazing husband and a...
Family Support Program

Family Support Program

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