Arrow Wood Staff

DIRECTOR

Matt Linick

Matt has been hooked on the camp experience since he was nine years old and attended his first sleepaway camp in the Berkshires. Matt attended the University of Michigan and graduated from the School of Kinesiology with a degree in Sports Management. While Matt’s career has included investment management, business consulting, and event production, it’s his passion for camping that has motivated him to build Camp Arrow Wood and to inspire the next generation of campers. During his time as a former high school and college basketball coach, Matt worked with many athletes from six-year-olds to professionals. Matt’s wife, Stacy, and daughter, Megan, are both lifelong campers themselves.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Stacey Decter

Stacey grew up in New Jersey as a lover of all sports and all things camp. She attended day camps and overnight camps in New Jersey and New Hampshire, and always knew that experience would lead her to work in the camping industry. Since attending Indiana University, her commitment to influencing children outside of the classroom has led Stacey to explore and manage all different types of camp programs in both the private and non-profit sectors. She is passionate about the camp experience for all children and their families and brings decades of experience to Camp Arrow Wood. Outside of work, Stacey enjoys spending as much time with her family as possible, stays active through yoga and exploring NYC, and loves trying new restaurants.

ADMINISTRATIVE DIRECTOR

Stacy Linick

After retiring from a nearly 25-year career as a leader in the healthcare provider industry, Stacy joined Arrow Wood to support her husband’s lifelong dream of operating a sleepaway camp. The camping industry is not unfamiliar to Stacy, however, having spent her youth as a camper and counselor, and as the mother of a camper (and now counselor) for many years. She now puts her years of leadership, operations and performance improvement, people development, and project management experience to work by leading much of the “behind the scenes” work that makes operating Arrow Wood possible.

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