Dugan Holt - Property Lead
Dugan has worked for GSTOP for 14 years, and in summer camp settings for 18 years. He is a certified Ropes Course, archery, and canoeing instructor.
His role is to direct the management of all camp properties ensuring that camps are ready to host troop camping, events, and resident/day camp.
In his own words: "Camp is very special to me, and I love seeing our girls come to camp and experiencing all we have to offer. It is a continual inspiration to see the girls learning and discovering their potential at camp."
Jean “Nicky” Huguley – Site Manager, Camp Kiwanis
Camp Name: Delta
Nicky loves Girl Scouts and camp! Her mom started a troop when she was 5 years old and she's been an active member ever since, making sure to spend her summers at Camp Kiwanis. She became a camp counselor and after moving her way through the camp staff positions, eventually became the Camp Director. Camp Kiwanis is her favorite place in the world and has been all her life.
In her own words: "I am thrilled to be starting my position as the Site Manager. There is literally nowhere I’d rather be! I am an outdoor girl, through and through!"
Joshua Goulding – Site Manager, Camp Timberlake
Joshua was born and raised in the DFW area and has always called North Texas his home. A graduate of Arlington High School in 2001, he spent nearly 20 years working in the manufacturing industry. He has been blessed with a daughter, now a teenager, and has always enjoy spending time with her and helping her learn and grow. He has been interested in the mechanics of how things work and picked up many skills throughout his life by working on a variety of projects as hobbies.
In his own words: "I enjoy spending time outdoors and am an avid nature lover."
Michael Bock – Site Manager, Stevens Ranch
Camp Name: Big Tex
Michael is in his One thing you are most excited about camp this summer: I am mostly excited about seeing all the kids smiling and having fun!
Michael has been the Stevens Ranch site manager for 5 1/2 years. His Girl Scout experience dates back to the late 1980’s as his mom was a leader. He furthered his involvement by helping out in late 1990’s with several day camps in Arlington with my mom and Heidi Vose. Girl Scouts means the world to his as he enjoys watching the young ladies explore and learn so much about the outdoors.
In his own words: "The camp experience is like no other. It literally feels like one big family gathering."
Carrie has worked for Girl Scouts for 16 years in many roles within camp management.
Carrie is a Youth Mental Health First Aid certified employee.
Her role is management of the outdoor experience for Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains and is based out of the Amarillo/Lubbock area.
In her own words: “Camp builds skills that you can’t get in the classroom. Camp is magical!”
As the Outdoor Education Coordinator for Fort Worth, Southlake, and Wichita Falls, Heidi coordinates the operations of Day Camp at Camp Timberlake and Resident Camp at Stevens Ranch. She also has the privilege of planning, promoting, and delivering fun in the outdoors year round.
Heidi is from a five generation Girl Scout Family. She was a troop leader and has held every position in a service unit. She served as the Day Camp director for 10 years and Stevens Ranch director for 11 years. She has worked in the outdoor area of GSTOP for 17 years. Prior to joining the staff, she was a volunteer starting in 1991. She loves everything about the outdoors, nature adventures, and meeting new people. She believes if you spend any time in the outdoors, you will feel the same way.
Rachel Bevan, aka Sammy, is the new Day Camp Director for Camp Timberlake.
A Girl Scout from 1st-12th grade, Rachel loved being able to take backpacking, rock climbing, and canoe trips as part of her Girl Scouts experience. Through earning her Gold Award and staffing summer camps myself, she was instilled with a lifelong love of hiking and being outside.
As her daughter’s troop leader and director at Camp Timberlake, she hopes to show a new generation of Girl Scouts how amazing the outdoors can be.
Morgan has been involved in Girl Scouts most of her life. She is a third generation Girl Scout and loves leading her own daughters and troop.
Her favorite hobbies include camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, crafting, reading, camp cooking, and serving others.
She love coffee, chips and queso, Tex-mex food, animals, and most of all going to church with her family.
She is looking forward to spending the summer with Girl Scouts at Stevens Ranch.