Charles Hayden

Charles Hayden

Leader in Training Program Coordinator – 11th Grade

Charles Hayden joined Camp Harbor View in 2020 as one of the two youth workers for the Leader in Training Program. Charles works directly with the 11th grade cohort, providing mentoring support while also leading them through a year-long exposure to a wide array of post-secondary options.

Charles was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and has always had a passion for helping students develop, especially males of color. Prior to Camp Harbor View, he served two years with the AmeriCorps program City Year. Charles worked with English One and ESL students in San Antonio, Texas and later, based at City Year headquarters in Boston, he traveled the country as a Senior Corps Member leading Civic Engagement Service (CES) projects with major corporate partners.

Charles comes to Camp Harbor View most recently from a retail operations management position with a global sports apparel company.

Danielle Halderman

Danielle Halderman

Director of Human Resources

Danielle Halderman joined Camp Harbor View as the Director of Human Resources in 2017 bringing over 26 years of experience in both the non-profit and corporate sectors.

Danielle’s passion is to build talented, diverse, inclusive workplaces where employees thrive being their authentic selves, a culture where diversity is not just a conversation but a vital business imperative. Prior to joining Camp Harbor View, Danielle spent 8 years at The Partnership Inc., a non-profit firm that provides strategic planning, support, and guidance for organizations to build diverse leadership at every career stage.

For nearly 10 years, Danielle has served as a mentor and board member for Silver Lining Mentoring, serving youth in foster care through committed mentoring relationships and the development of essential life skills. Danielle continues to emphasize the value of mentorship for hundreds of young people at Camp Harbor View.

Danielle and her husband, Brian, reside in Swampscott and enjoy teaching young people leadership skills through their love of sailing.

Dyana Guillaume

Dyana Guillaume

Special Projects Assistant

Dyana Guillaume has been a part of the Camp Harbor View family since 2011. Dyana started as a camper at the age of 12, went through the Leader in Training Program and then became a member of the summer camp staff, as both a group leader and a team leader. She is now a full-time member of the Camp Harbor View team as the Special Projects Assistant. She also works hand in hand with Executive Director, Lisa Fortenberry, and Deputy Director, Josh Waxman, as their assistant.

As the Special Projects Assistant, Dyana takes on projects such as service days and offsite events offered to families throughout the school year.  She helps manage day-to-day activities and needs in the office as well. In addition, during the summer, Dyana coaches and supports group leaders at camp.

Dyana is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in forensic chemistry with a minor in criminal justice. Her goal is to eventually work for the federal government. She believes one of the most important acts of living life is giving back to the community.

Lisa Fortenberry

Lisa Fortenberry

Executive Director

Lisa Fortenberry is one of Boston’s most established, innovative, and inspiring leaders in the youth development field, bringing nearly 20 years of experience to her role as Executive Director of Camp Harbor View. Prior to joining Camp Harbor View in 2018, Lisa was the Managing Director of Program Services at Scholar Athletes where she led the organization through an extensive Theory of Change process, aligning the Scholar Athletes service model to measurable outcomes for the first time in its history and creating deepened partnerships with the Boston, Springfield, and Everett public school districts.

For more than 14 years prior, Lisa served in various leadership capacities at City Year Boston and since 2006 served as the Managing Director of Service Impact and Evaluation, a key position on the organization’s executive leadership team. There, Lisa led, coached, and motivated a team of nearly 35 staff members, who were in turn responsible for the 200+ City Year AmeriCorps members serving in 21 Boston Public Schools. In this role, Lisa also developed and implemented a comprehensive service program that supported Boston Public Schools’ Acceleration Agenda and resulted in the first ever multi-year partnership agreement with the district, including sustainable financial support.

The depth and breadth of her investment in the success of Boston’s young people is also evident in her community ties. A Founding Trustee Member of the Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School and a participant in several community initiatives, Lisa is a resident of Quincy with her husband Stephen and their three sons.

Maggie Evans

Maggie Evans

Director of Communications

Maggie Evans joined Camp Harbor View in 2018 and assisted in expanding the organization’s communication infrastructure.

In her current role, Maggie works closely with members of the development and program teams to effectively share the story of Camp Harbor View across all platforms. She is responsible for Camp Harbor View’s online presence including email marketing, digital fundraising, website management, and social media channels as well as print marketing and materials. She also collaborates on communications campaign planning and strategy as well as CRM management. Previously, she worked directly with Camp Harbor View co-founder Jack Connors, Jr.

Determined or crazy, Maggie was an ice hockey goalie for over a decade and has since run four marathons in Boston and Chicago. She is a graduate of Boston College.

Elizabeth Donohue

Elizabeth Donohue

Vice President of Strategy

Elizabeth Donohue has been a part of the Camp Harbor View family since 2012, serving as a managerial stakeholder in a number of capacities including development and finance, external partnerships, operations and organizational sustainability. As the VP of Strategy, she works with the leadership team identifying infrastructure and product outcomes that will prioritize strategic opportunities for Camp Harbor View’s growth. In partnership with her colleagues, Elizabeth manages and works to identify the appropriate organizations, timelines, and resources needed to operationalize these opportunities and works to make sure Camp Harbor View’s plans for the future are implemented and goals are met.

Elizabeth graduated from Loyola University, Maryland in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. She lives in Scituate with her husband Jake, and outside of work can usually be found walking through the woods or on the beach with her dog, Austin.

Andrew Davids

Andrew Davids

9th Grade RISE Program Manager

Andrew Davids has over 15 years of experience in youth development and early education. As a passionate advocate for children and underserved families, Andrew leads Camp Harbor View’s 9th Grade RISE program.

Prior to joining the Camp Harbor View team, Andrew worked at the YMCA of Greater Boston for over 10 years, most recently as the Director of the Roxbury YMCA after school program, as well as working for over a decade at Crossroads for Kids and Camp Wing. Andrew’s years of service in youth development have allowed him to interface with children and families from all walks of life and socio-economic backgrounds and to build the diverse set of skills needed to understand, develop and execute programs that are not just unique, but also sensitive and specific to the targeted demographic served by Camp Harbor View.

A native of Boston, Andrew grew up in Dorchester and Roxbury and attended the Boston Public Schools. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cambridge College, where he double majored in multidisciplinary studies and early education.

Abigail Conner

Abigail Conner

Operations Manager

Abigail Conner is the Operations Manager at Camp Harbor View. Throughout the summer, Abigail manages the applications, transportation, attendance, and outreach for camp. During the school year, she works to maintain the Camp Harbor View database and streamline the program applications and processes to make it more accessible for families. She supports programs year round with database management, data analysis, and technology support. She also enjoys helping teens with their homework, especially if it is Math or History.

Abigail holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Gettysburg College. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in Urban Planning and Community Development at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

Darliya Bennett

Darliya Bennett

Community Resource Coordinator

Darliya Bennett is the Community Resource Coordinator on the Youth and Family Support team at Camp Harbor View. In this role, Darliya assesses the needs of Camp Harbor View’s youth and families and coordinates resources and events to provide opportunities for all. 

Darliya has a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology and criminal justice from Salem State University. Prior to joining the team at Camp Harbor View, she consulted at the Department of Public Health in the Youth Violence Prevention Unit. Darliya also completed a fellowship at Positive Tracks, where youth have the opportunity to use sports to bring awareness to challenges they face in their communities. She is currently a board member at Building Audacity whose purpose is increasing youth power. Darliya has a passion for social justice in her community and continues to help communities strive for change.

Jenny Callahan

Jenny Callahan

Director of Engagement & Partnerships

Jenny Callahan has been a part of the Camp Harbor View team since 2015 and currently serves as the Director of Engagement and Partnerships. In this role, Jenny collaborates closely with both the development and program teams overseeing volunteer engagement, donor relations, and serving as liaison to the board of directors. Additionally, Jenny is responsible for establishing long-term partnerships, strengthening existing relationships, and initiating new contacts among corporate and community organizations. Previously, Jenny oversaw operations at Camp Harbor View, focusing on the logistics required to run a camp on an island with no road access.

Jenny brings unique experience to the development team, having worked as a clinical social worker for youth and families at Massachusetts General Hospital and in the Brookline Public School System. Jenny’s background as a social worker contributes to her passion and desire to support the mission of Camp Harbor View.

Jenny is a proud double eagle, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education and a Master of Social Work from Boston College. A native of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, Jenny is a proud Massachusetts transplant, currently residing in Needham with her husband, Jack, two teenage daughters, Lilly and Caroline, and golden retriever Marley.