Camp Turk Staff

Camp Turk Staff

At Camp Turk we know that our outstanding staff members are truly the heart and soul of our program. In order to lovingly teach, nurture, support, cheer on, care for, and bring out the very best in each camper, we employ a staff of extraordinary and selfless individuals willing to give the best of themselves each and every day of summer camp. Our Camp Turk administrators are dedicated to our campers and our team, and work to create an environment that is conducive to learning, growing, and most of all - fun! 

Meet Our Administrative Staff

Camp Administrator

Mollie Denslow - Camp Administrator

Camp Turk has been a big part of my life since 1990 when I started working year-round, now I consider camp my “home away from home”. When camp is closed, I work with the Camp Director, the Camp Turk Committee Chairman and the Executive Director of the Masonic Care Community. The off-season is spent preparing for the next summer, reviewing safety protocols, discussing updates to the programs, marketing the camp, and recruiting staff and campers. 

What’s my favorite part about camp? What’s not to love! The beautiful 1,500 acres and private lake in the Adirondack Park. The peaceful feeling in the Chapel in the Pines. Watching the campers grow and thrive. There are just so many things. I can’t imagine spending my summers anywhere but at Camp Turk!

I live in Boonville, NY with my husband Lyn and have two adult children, Jeffrey and Symantha, son-in-law Hanns and two beautiful granddaughters, Greta & Ana.

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Katie Beaulieu - Camp Director

Summer camp has been an important part of my entire life.

I have a BA from Assumption University and an MBA from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. I spent a decade in the financial industry and then took some time off to start a family. It was then that my love for summer camp and its opportunity to positively impact young lives, led me to switch careers and return to my camping roots. I became the director of an overnight camp in New Hampshire for five years before moving on to Camp Turk in the summer of 2023. 

My husband and I have now been married for 15 years and we have six beautiful daughters. Being a parent is an incredible asset in the camping world. I am able to connect on a parent/guardian level as well as camp director level. Like motherhood, working in a vocation that creates a healthy and happy environment for children and young adults to seek self-knowledge and build self-confidence is incredibly humbling and inspiring. I love working at Camp Turk and I look forward to watching our campers and staff continue to learn, grow, and return year after year.