David Billingham, Camp Director
David Billingham, our Camp Director, has worked at the Southampton Fresh Air Home since 1994, first as a counselor, then assistant director, and camp director since 2000. For David the Southampton Fresh Air Home is more than a camp. He and his wife Kara met at the camp as counselors, and worked together for years to create the Home’s unique atmosphere. During the summer David and Kara and their children live at the Home with the campers and other staff. There is a sense of family in David’s work, as there is throughout the camp. Many counselors return year after year, as do more than half the campers. David’s philosophy as well as the camp’s unique environment, are steeped in principles and practices promoting safety, fun and caring.
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Thomas Naro, Executive Director
Thomas Naro is the Home's Executive Director. He joined the Southampton Fresh Air Home in 2008 to assist with the Home's fundraising events, and in 2009, became their Business Manager. Tom has a BA form New York University. Prior to joining the Fresh Air Home, he worked at The Joseph Papp Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival. Tom was a member of ATPAM, the Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers, and served on its Board of Directors for several years. For four years he served as Chariman of The Surfrider Foundation, Eastern Long Island Chapter, an organization dedicated to the protection of our oceans and beaches, and currently serves as their treasurer.
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Nathan Unwin, Assistant Camp Director
Nathan Unwin, our Assistant Director, has worked at the Southampton Fresh Air Home since 2008, first as a counselor, then Head counselor, Activities Director and Assistant Director since 2013. Nathan joined the Southampton Fresh Air Home while finishing his degree in Sports Management. His work at SFAH inspired him to pursue a 2nd degree in Special Education which he completed in 2013. His passion for working with the special needs population has inspired many of the programs that we are able to offer today and he remains central to the new programs that we introduce every year. Nathan also met his wife Annie at camp. She has since gone on to complete her doctorate in Occupational Therapy and continues to be very active at SFAH.
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