Eva is very pleased to become a first year camp leader this year, as she has been involved with camp for 2 previous years and has had memorable experiences each time. She is currently working towards an Arts degree, in hopes to become an Elementary School Teacher. Eva is looking forward to building new relationships, as well as guiding younger campers towards a better understanding of what it means to be Orthodox!
Georgia Katsamakis has been a camp leader since the third year of camp. She is currently studying at UBC, in the Faculty of Education in hopes of becoming an elementary school teacher. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, binge watching netflix and listening to music. Georgia can’t wait to see you all this summer!
Leah Polyhronopoulos has been a leader at Camp Met BC since 2014 and has just graduated from UBC with a degree in Integrated Sciences! Leah has been involved with the Greek Orthodox community since she was very young, and she loves volunteering with Camp Met BC. This summer, she is looking forward to helping the children better understand their Orthodox faith, while also creating new memories with all of the campers! This will be her 6th summer as a leader at Camp Met BC. Leah is excited to see everyone this summer!Add Description here
Maria has been involved with camp for 3 years, and this is her first time being a leader! She is currently at UBC completing a Bachelors of Science, and also works as a lifeguard and swim instructor.
Maria grew up spending time at St. George’s community, and is currently involved in the youth group and Greek dancing there.
Can’t wait to see you all this summer!
Hi, I'm Nadia and I'm excited to be coming to camp for the very first time. I have a Bachelor's of Arts in Political Science and have been toying with the idea of going to get my Master's in Global Leadership. Contrary to popular belief, I do work full time in the public service, however most days you'll find me in some other part of the world. I have plans to visit six new countries before the end of 2019. I've heard many great things about camp and am looking forward to finally being apart of it.
Natalia Pardalis has been teaching over 20 years. She holds several degrees and diplomas in music education and performance. Natalia is on the board of Sts Constantine and Helen as well as maintains a busy music education centre. It's her 3rd time as a camp leader and is very excited to be part of year 10 of Camp Met.
I am delighted to say that this will be my fourth year as a Camp Met BC leader. What I’m most excited about this year is to once again make memories and reconnect with all of the kind campers and leaders that I have met during the previous years. I would also have to say that I’m majorly looking forward to and grateful for being able to be apart of year 10! My favourite church service at camp would definitely have to be Apodepno. There’s just something very special and intimate about candlelit prayer underneath the moonlight.
While I’m not at camp I serve a couple of times a week at Olympia Pizza, and pursuing my ultimate dream of becoming a French Immersion elementary school teacher. I am positive that this year at Camp Met BC will be one of the best ones yet! See you all in August!