Jean Seaward, co-director, is the co-founder of Camp Nashoba, established in 1957. Jean is a graduate of Tufts University and a former elementary education teacher in Concord, Massachusetts. Jean and late husband Robert W. Seaward developed the wooded property on Fort pond and the program into what Nashoba is known for today. Her tireless work, commitment and dedication to developing rich traditions and helping young boys and girls develop into strong self-assured young adults continues today.
Janet Seaward, co-director, has been at Camp Nashoba since 1958 as a camper, counselor and head of junior camp until founding Camp Nashoba North with sister Sarah Seaward in 1987. Janet was at CNN full-time until 2006 and presently shares her time between the day and north camp. Janet holds a BSN and MBA, is a standards visitor for the American Camp Association, and is an accomplished equestrian and sailor.
Marcia Seaward Marcantonio has been involved in camping since 1957. Having grown up at camp Marcia has worn many hats at camp from swim instructor, head of junior camp to co-director. She is a former educator, and marketing director for the American Management Association. She served as the Chairperson for the Reuben Hoar Library Trustees in Littleton for eight years. Marcia is a standards visitor for the American Camp Association and she is currently the Vice President of the Rotary Club of Littleton. Marcia holds a BS in English and a MS in management.