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 strongly rooted her in the Jewish community. 

By 2011, Eileen was married with four kids and 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 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, whether they’re 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 the past several 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



Director of Operations and Logistics

Jayson has experience in high-level executive assistance and project management. He has worked for American companies such as Life Water Media and Chabad Suite. Jayson earned a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering from Mindanao State University in the Philippines.

Jayson can be reached at jayson@inthecitycamps.org



Director of Tween Academy and Programming

Zachary is an Atlanta native with a passion for sports, weight training, Judaism, camp, and leadership development. He is an Epstein and Weber alumnus, where he spent his formative years learning Hebrew, playing sports, and building lifelong friendships. He is also a Ramah Darom alumnus, where he spent seven summers as a camper and three summers on staff. Zachary is ecstatic to continue as part of the ITC Leadership Team and utilize his experience from Jewish day school and summer camp to take the ITC sports program to the next level.

Zachary can be reached at zach@inthecitycamps.org 



Site Director

Sydney was born and raised in Chicago before she and her family moved to Miami at age 12. As a very involved student leader in Hillel at Florida Gulf Coast University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Marine Science, Sydney decided to follow her passion to help others find their place in the Jewish community. While working at Hillels in Pennsylvania and Florida, she earned two Master’s degrees from Norwich University — a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in Leadership.

Sydney can be reached at sydney@gthillel.org 



Special Projects Manager 

Rachel is a native New Yorker who has lived in Atlanta since 2004. An experienced writer and project manager, her credits include the Georgia Council for Developmental Disabilities, Georgia Forestry Magazine, and the Jewish parenting website Kveller. Rachel has also worked for the digital writing assistant Grammarly. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Linguistics and Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. 

Rachel can be reached at rachel@inthecitycamps.org 

Jesse Nankin-Royer


Assistant Camp Director

Jesse was born and raised in Berkeley, California, but recently packed up his car and moved to Atlanta at the beginning of 2023! Growing up in Berkeley, Jesse was highly involved in Camp Kee Tov, a Jewish day camp held through his local congregation. Jesse attended Jewish day camp for ten years, and went on to serve as a counselor for another six years, acting as a leader and role model in the Bay Area’s Jewish community. Jesse’s first Jewish experience was at camp, and it not only shaped his Jewish identity, but provided him with the tools and knowledge needed to provide a safe, fun, and meaningful camp experience for all children and families.

Beyond summer camp, Jesse has diverse professional experience in Event Marketing, Sales, and Paralegal work. Jesse earned a Bachelors of Arts degree in International Relations/Global Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2020, where he volunteered for a non-profit organization, Camp Kesem, that hosts free summer camp for children whose parents have been affected by cancer. Jesse is thrilled to utilize his unique experiences and passion for Jewish day camp to ensure the production of an incredible summer as the Assistant Director of ITC! In his free time Jesse loves to golf, skateboard, draw, and enjoy live music with his friends.

Jesse can be reached at jesse@inthecitycamps.org



Systems Operations Specialist

Summer camp has always been a huge part of Kat’s life.  The Atlanta native grew up going to residential summer camp in North Carolina.  Following obtaining her B.A. in Political Science from University of Georgia, Kat spent 6 years working as a Program Director and then Associate Director at residential summer camps in Western North Carolina.  During this time, she became proficient in the summer camp software, Campminder.  Before joining In the City Camps as a Campminder Specialist, Kat worked in Campminder’s Client Success and Implementation Specialist positions in Boulder, Colorado.  Kat loves being part of the ITC Team and spends her ‘free time’ chasing around future ITC campers Owen (2.5) and Leo (9 Months).

Kat can be reached at kat@inthecitycamps.org 



Strategy Consultant

Stefan has worked for over 25 years leading organizations, designing strategies, managing cultural change, and building teams. He is a board member for Moishe House, a lay leader for JUF Chicago, and a board member for Camp Tamarack. Stefan is also a professor of management at the Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, teaches Applied Jewish Wisdom for Leaders at the Zelikow School at Hebrew Union College, and is a professor of management and communications at Gratz College.

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    June 12, 2023 – August 4, 2023
    8:00 am – 6:00 pm

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