A Colorado native, Camie spent plenty of time exploring the great Rocky Mountains, developing a great love and fondness for wildlife and insects as her mother rescued many homeless and injured animals when Camie was a child. Later, her high-school sweetheart, now her husband, opened her eyes to the wider world. Outside Colorado, Camie has enjoyed many road trips and adventures to major cities, tiny towns and national parks like Yellowstone, Mesa Verde and Grand Canyon. She discovered that not only does she love seeing grand monuments, but also finding quirky roadside attractions like the world's largest ball of yarn, the Corn Palace, Seattle’s Fremont Bridge troll and other fun oddities. She has since visited the pyramids of Tulum in Mexico, the botanical gardens of Ocho Rios, Jamaica, the beaches of Maui, and most recently, Camie has checked two things off her lifetime bucket list: seeing wild polar bears and watching the magical northern lights in Churchill, Manitoba, on a Nat Hab polar bear adventure.
“Carpe Diem” is truly Camie’s motto as she embraces all this amazing world has to offer. She is grateful to be able to explore it with like-minded colleagues who share her love for animals and adventure.