Full-Time & Leadership Staff

Lindsay Goldberg & Matthew Morris – Staff Coordinators

Lindsay’s love and passion for camp began in the summer of 2003 when she took her very first steps off the bus and onto the Iroquois Springs camp grounds. It didn’t take long for her to realize that camp is where she truly felt at home and would play a significant part in her life, long after her camper days were complete. From camper to counselor and now staffing coordinator, Lindsay has loved every summer she’s spent at camp. After graduating from the University of Delaware, Lindsay entered the professional camp world where she spent 5 years working full- time for various camps. Lindsay couldn’t stay away from Iroquois Springs, so she spent her weekends off during those summers giving tours at Iroquois Springs. Lindsay’s dream became a reality when she accepted a full-time job at Iroquois Springs for 2022. Along with Matthew, her co-staffing coordinator, Lindsay now spends her days finding the incredible role models who will shape the lives of the IS campers for years to come!

Matthew, a native Floridian, spent his first summer at Iroquois Springs way back in 2006. From camper to counselor to group leader and now staffing coordinator, Matthew hasn’t missed a summer at camp in nearly two decades. After attending the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Matthew took his talents to the open seas and worked as a youth activity’s director for Carnival Cruise Line in Sydney, Australia. Joining the year-round Iroquois Springs team in 2022 has been a dream come true for Matthew.

Ashley McGlathery – Office Manager

Ashley joined the full-time Iroquois Springs leadership team in March 2024, as the Office Manager.

Ashley fell in love with camp the Summer of 2015, her first season as a camp counselor in Maine. She realized that not only does camp provide an incredible space to disconnect from technology, and reconnect with each other; but it inspires significant, and life changing growth for campers, and staff alike. Since 2015, she has spent summers at camps in Maine, Texas, Pennsylvania, and New York.

After receiving her degree in English from Georgia College and State University, Ashley went on to become an educator – spending three years teaching middle school English Language Arts before realizing her passion lies within the camp world.

She is so grateful for an opportunity to continue giving back to camp, and is unbelievably excited to be a part of, and learn from the Iroquois Springs community.

Ashley helps to facilitate communication between camp and prospective families, enrolled families, staff, and alumni. As a trusted point of contact, Ashley manages administrative functions while advancing the camp philosophy by listening to and appropriately responding to each member of our community. 

Ashley is an active member of the ACA (American Camp Association) and looks forward to continuing to grow professionally through the world of camp. 

Josh & Rosanne Bogard – Head Counselors

Josh and Rosanne “Rosie” Bogard have been part of Iroquois Springs since day 1, and we are lucky to have them as our Boys and Girls Head Counselors!  Josh is currently a school counselor in the Stamford, CT school district while Rosanne is a school social worker for the Lynbrook Public Schools; both Josh and Rosie hold Master’s Degrees and State Certifications in School Administration.

As lifelong campers and staff members, both understand how to make the camp experience a success for our entire camp community.  They work tirelessly each day to ensure that every detail, big or small, is being attended to and every camper maximizes their experience while in our care.  Josh and Rosie met at a different camp and enjoy having the opportunity to impart their passion and love for camp to every camper and staff member at Iroquois Springs.  They are an integral part of our staff training orientation program and take pride in developing a dynamic and engaged staff of counselors who make the camp experience come alive in each cabin.  They are lucky to have raised both of their children at Iroquois Springs from only a few months old and currently have one child on each respective side of camp.  They care for each camper as if they were their own, and run each side of camp in a manner that not only encourages but celebrates children for their accomplishments and challenges.  Just come to one of their morning flag pole line-ups and you will see that while children are laughing and having fun they are also learning lifelong skills that will benefit them well beyond their years at Iroquois Springs.

Josh and Rosie grew up and worked alongside Mark, Brian and Laura in a previous camp.  We pride ourselves in the longevity of our core team and truly believe that the family environment that we have created is one of the aspects that makes Iroquois Springs so special.

Robin Wenczl – Parent Liaison

Robin has been a part of the Iroquois Springs family since 2005. She came to us from the American Camp Association – NY, where she was co-director of their camp referral service. Robin has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Oneonta State University and earned her Master’s degree in School Counseling from Tuft’s University. Robin has a great knowledge of the summer camp experience and a thorough understanding of the importance of ongoing communication with our camp families.

Robin works part-time in the winter office during the school year and has spent the last 10 summers working full-time in the camp office. You can read some of her thoughts about childhood and the value of the camp experience in her blogs on the Iroquois Springs website. Robin enjoys talking to our current camp families and assisting with any questions, as well as speaking with prospective families who are interested in learning more about the Iroquois Springs experience. Having three children (2 sons and 1 daughter) that have grown up at camp, Robin understands the energy of both girls’ and boys’ side. She can easily relate to the concerns and questions that come up about camp life, from homesickness to packing for camp, and is a valuable resource to our camp families. Robin can help make the transition from home to camp easier for campers and their parents.