For over 28 years, Mitch and Stephanie Reiter are the owners and directors of Camp Towanda, the premier co-ed sleepaway camp in the Poconos in Pennsylvania. Mitch is also the President of SCOPE (Summer Camp Opportunities Promote Education), National Trustee for The Foundation Fighting Blindness, Board Emeritus of L.O.V.E. (Leave Out Violence) and former Board Member of the American Camp Association (ACA), ACA Camp Ambassador, a committee chairman of Wayne County Camp Association, current Chairman of SCOPE Benefit Dinner and involved with Project: Morry’s Camp Swim-A-Thon. Mitch graduated from Syracuse University (Newhouse); was a writer, reporter and producer for WPIX-TV News and INN News in New York before switching gears and returning to camping. In addition to her role as Co-Director at Towanda, during the off-season, Stephanie Reiter is an accomplished artist (www.stephaniereiter.com). Her work encompasses painting, sculpture, collage and ceramics; represented at galleries in New York, The Pocono Mountains and Martha’s Vineyard. Stephanie started her sleep-away experience when she was a very little girl and graduated from Boston University’s Fine Arts School. To learn more about Camp Towanda, visit www.camptowanda.com.