Founder and CEO

In the City Camps’ CEO, Eileen Snow Price participated in many Jewish experiences growing up – from Israel trips to Jewish day school. But it was her summer camp experience that ultimately drew her to the Jewish community. 

By 2011, Eileen was married with four kids. She sent her oldest two to Jewish overnight camp. Her son loved it, but her daughter refused to go ever again. Aware of the positive impact Jewish camp had on her life and the lives of so many around her, Eileen did what any Jewish mom would do – she created a camp that delivered the proven benefits of Jewish overnight camp – lifelong friendships, personal growth, and a connection to the Jewish community and Israel – in an affordable, accessible day camp package!

Eileen can be reached at eileen@inthecitycamps.org.



Director of Camps

After graduating from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Leisure Service Administration, Ashley began her career at the Dave and Mary Amber Jewish Community Center in Miami, Florida. 

From there, Ashley transitioned to Camp Kudzu—a camp for children with Type 1 diabetes here in Atlanta, GA—where she partnered with Camp Twin Lakes and Camp Barney Medintz.  Over the years, Ashley has gained experience hiring and supervising staff and directing camp for more than 800 campers of varied backgrounds and needs. 

Ashley LOVES working with children and seeing them thrive in the Atlanta Jewish community!

Ashley can be reached at ashley@inthecitycamps.org.



Director of Camp Care

After graduating from Brown University with an MAT in Secondary School English Education and a Masters in Social Administration from the University of Chicago, Danya  worked in a variety of education and therapeutic milieus. She currently serves as a play therapist in private practice and  as the lower/middle school counselor at an Atlanta-area private school  Danya has worked as the Camper Care Coordinator for In the City Camps for four years.

Danya’s duties include creating plans for campers with unique needs, be they physical, emotional, or social. Working in concert with camper families, counselors, and support staff, Danya ensures that each camper has his or her unique needs met. 

ITC is aware that these years have presented children and their families with unique challenges. Danya and her staff are dedicated to the task of shepherding your children through these challenging times while they have fun, make new friends, and learn new skills. Danya can be reached at danya@inthecitycamps.org.

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