Tori Levy is featured in the May Alumni Spotlight. Tori comes from a big Chippewa family- at one point, she was a part of the biggest family at camp. Tori was an amazing camper turned counselor, and now she is a fantastic member of our alumni community. She is currently making us proud working in the health care field, speicifically in pediatrics. We always knew that Tori would make a positive impact on the community, just as she did at camp…and now she is proving us right by making a difference for so many children and their families. Read below to learn more about Tori- her camp experience and her life outside of camp.
What years were you at CRC?
Which summer was your favorite and why?
CIT summer was my favorite because I got to have time with my friends but got to venture into something new, being a counselor! I also was the Tan Chief Sachem which was so fun!
What is your favorite camp memory?
When I scored in Capture the Flag!
What was your favorite activity at camp?
Were you a Tan or a White?
How do you keep in touch with your camp friends?
Well I live with Ali Block!! And the rest through social media! Sometimes getting to take trips to see them☺.
Where do you live now?
What do you do?
I’m a pediatric nurse.
What is the best part about your job?
My favorite part of my job is getting to see children go from feeling so sick to getting better, and getting to be a huge part of the process for them. I love making connections with the families and getting to see them grow and improve. I have found that every challenge in my job is worth it, and even on my toughest days I still pinch myself that I get to work my dream job.
What do you miss most about camp?
Getting to spend the whole summer with my cousins and camp friends and getting to act all crazy with them!