About CampCon

We are excited to be celebrating the 5th annual CampCon Event on May 22nd. CampCon was originally founded as the ACA Virginias Day Camp Conference in 2012. That first year we were joined by 50 colleagues from area camps and a tradition was born. In 2014, the event was renamed CampCon to reflect the sessions and content that was applicable to all programs not just Day Camp programs. Each year this event continues to grow with our highest attendance last year at just over 200 people. This event has been designed for the attendees so at any point please feel free to share feedback, thoughts, darts to help us improve the program for future years. CampCon would not be possible without the generous support of our Sponsors.


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The CampCon Team

DanDan O’Neil, Chief Creative Officer

Dan is the Director of Auxiliary Programs at Congressional School in Falls Church, VA. Dan has also served as the Day Camp Chair for ACA Virginias Leadership Council for 5 years and now serves as Co-Chair for Professional Development. Dan has been involved with CampCon since its inception in 2012.



“H” Rothenberg, Co-Chair

“H” has been at camp every summer since 1975 having gone through the ranks of camper, Counselor, Unit Head, Assistant Director, and Director. “H” is currently the owner/operator of Triple C Camp in Charlottesville, VA. “H” has also served as the Professional Development Chair for ACA Virginias Leadership Council for the past 4 years and served as Co-Chair for CampCon since 2014.



Emily Riedel, Chief Cheerleader

Emily is the Owner/Director of TIC Summer Camp, a day camp with four locations in the DC area, that offers the unique and equal combination of technology and sports. She was actually featured in the very first camp brochure for TIC back in 1982 (doesn’t she look young)! Emily is an active member of the American Camp Association, serving on the VA’s Local Council of Leadership as the Development Co-Chair, Standards Accreditation Lead Visitor and committee member for the Standards and Professional Development Committees.



Gene Giammittorio, Chief of Miscellaneous Stuff

Gene is the Assistant Directory of Auxiliary Programs at Congressional Schools in Falls Church, VA. Gene has been assisting with CampCon in a variety of roles since 2012. This year, Gene is handling registration for CampCon. If you need to make any changes or assistance with registration please contact Gene.


Ana Castillo, Event GuruAna

Ana is the Travel Camp Director at Congressional Camp in Falls Church, VA. Ana has been assisting with CampCon in a variety of roles since 2012. This year, once again Ana will be heading up the day off event logistics as well as the most important part of our day the breakfast, lunch and snack plans.


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Want to help us with CampCon. We are always looking for help in the planning and execution of this event.



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