The Camp Quest Support Center offers essential services to camps to help them provide high-quality camp experiences for children and families who seek secular community, education, and adventure. We support the development of new and established camps by providing program and training resources, fundraising support, and working with camps to ensure network-wide program standards. In addition, we foster volunteer development, and coordinate outreach and support through partnerships with organizations that share our values. The Camp Quest Support Center is based in Staunton, VA at the Staunton Innovation Hub.
Kim Newton joined the Camp Quest team in January 2017. As executive director, Kim facilitates the growth and development of the Camp Quest network alongside our camp leaders across the country. Kim brings over 13 years of experience in non-profit management, development, and education to Camp Quest. She previously served as Director of College Prep Programs at the American Shakespeare Center. She also helped co-found the Staunton Media Alliance, a non-profit which operates a community radio station, WQSV 106.3 FM. While she's been engaged in multiple community and non-profit initiatives, Kim is most excited about what Camp Quest offers to the next generation of change-makers. "The campers are what it's all about! Camp Quest's focus on humanist values and critical thinking are helping our campers prepare to be leaders and problem-solvers in an increasingly complex world. I'm so proud to be part of this organization and to help create inclusive communities for all children." Kim holds an MLitt degree in Shakespeare and Performance from Mary Baldwin University, and a B.A. in Theatre from Hunter College of The City University of New York. Kim lives in Staunton, VA with her husband and daughter.
Sarah Bingham Miller
Sarah is a forward-thinking leader who brings to Camp Quest 20 years of experience with non-profits and a diverse background in arts, culture, and financial industries. During her time as the General Manager of the American Friends of the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba, Sarah helped oversee the Foundation’s development and fundraising efforts, and she led extensive production and outreach programs for the Foundation’s primary project, the Havana Film Festival New York. There, she developed innovative approaches to donor engagement, reaching new audiences through cultural exchanges between the US and Cuba. Prior to her foundation work, Sarah was a lead corporate trainer at JPMorgan Investment Banking in New York City. Most recently, Sarah co-founded Cinelandia USA, an online portal for promotion of Latin American film in the United States. She holds an MA in Art History from Northwestern University. She shares, “I’m excited to be part of the Camp Quest community! Having been raised in a non-religious household, I know how important it is for young people to be in a supportive and inclusive environment. I look forward to meeting with volunteers, board members, and campers to learn more about what makes Camp Quest so special, and to help our community grow.”