Taylor C. Statten
Taylor represents the 4th generation of Statten family ownership. Born into, and raised through the ranks as camper and staff, Taylor gained significant knowledge of overall camp operations. Wanting to obtain outside business experience, Taylor worked for Bank of Montreal’s Nesbitt Burns before moving to England to pursue an MBA in International Finance. Upon graduating, Taylor assumed the role of Director of Operations for the camps before being promoted to his current role as Managing Director & President of the Board of Directors. He is the first member of the Statten family to hold a senior position in the financial management of the organization. Taylor also holds a Board position as a Trustee on the Quetico Foundation and has been an active member of The Executive Committee Canada since 2009.
Khatija joined the Taylor Statten Camps in 2011 as a Receptionist. She stayed for September Camp 2011 and loved it! Following the summer of 2011, Khatija worked in our Toronto office as an Administrative Assistant helping with Human Resources and Camper Relations. She studied Human Resource Management at York University and graduated in 2013. Khatija previously worked for the SickKids Foundation in their HR department. In 2013, Khatija moved into in her current full-time role as Office Administrator. At camp, when she’s not assisting parents, you’ll find Khatija kayaking, in the swimming pool, or taking photos of the beautiful Canoe Lake sunsets. In the off season, she enjoys travelling, eating out, trying new restaurants, and sketching.
Camper-Parent Relations & Logistics Coordinator
Racquel started at Camp Wapomeo as a Shawnee camper in 2002 and became staff in 2008. Her TSC career involves Counsellor, Section Director, Quetico Counsellor, 50 Day Counsellor, Work Crew Member, Work Crew Boss, September Camp Staff and Camp Wapomeo Assistant Director. After completing her teaching degree in 2014, she worked as an occasional teacher at Fieldstone Day School as well as an administrative assistant for TSC in the Toronto office. In the summer of 2015, Racquel began her full-time role in the TSC office and is your contact for anything regarding new camper registration, transportation, supplies and more. At camp, she enjoys checking out activities, taking photos and visiting the Island of Wapomeo as much as possible. In the off season, you can find her eating sushi with her family, hanging out with her cat and daydreaming about camp.
Canoe Tripping Coordinator
Tyler began at Camp Ahmek as a 7 year old Bantam and has not missed a summer since. As a staff member, he has been a CIT, Counsellor, Guide, Outpost Assistant, Work Crew/Fall Crew member, Work Crew Boss, Bisco Counsellor, 50 Day Counsellor and Head Guide. Tyler is a graduate from Dalhousie University where he studied Political Science and minored in Business. He also played Rugby during his time at Dalhousie and held the position of team President in his final two years. He is extremely passionate about the Taylor Statten Camps, the outdoors and has over 300 days of canoe tripping to his name. Camp is a major part of Tyler’s everyday life and he is available to answer any tripping questions for campers, parents and staff alike.
Rebecca began her time at Wapomeo as a Kiowa at the age of 7. She continued to develop her passion for the outdoors as she progressed through ranks as a Tuscie, Shawnee and Senior Island camper. After taking a brief hiatus, Rebecca returned to Camp Wapomeo in 2014 as the CIT Section Director. She continued on to become the Assistant Director in 2015. When Rebecca is not in the office searching for dedicated and all-star staff members, she is an Occasional Teacher for the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board.