Our Leadership Team
Corey & Justin Dockswell
Corey and Justin became the Directors of Camp Wicosuta in 2006 and have continued the close, family atmosphere that has been a Wico tradition since 1920. Both Corey and Justin attended sleep-away camps from the age of eight and spent many summers thereafter as campers, counselors and leaders at their respective camps. Together, they have over 40 years of combined camping experience.
Corey received her B.A. degree in Sociology from Emory University and a Master’s in Social Work from New York University. Justin received both his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and his Master of Education from the University at Buffalo. Both Corey and Justin are active members of the American Camp Association and the New Hampshire Camp Director’s Association. In addition, Corey and Justin enjoy being involved with Project Morry and SCOPE.
When they are not at camp, Corey, Justin, and their children, Sophie and Charlie, reside in Westchester, NY.
Carly joined Wicosuta full-time in 2012, initially as the Staffing Director and became one of the directors in 2022. Before Wico, Carly held several leadership positions at a co-ed sleepaway camp, which she also attended as a camper, starting at the age of eight. Her claim to fame as a camper, was holding the divisional tennis tournament title for four years running. During the summer she loves getting out on the Wico courts with campers!
Carly received her B.A. in Sociology & Communications from Tulane University and her Master’s in Recreation Management from the University of Florida at Gainesville. Carly is an active member of the American Camp Association and passionate about Wico’s involvement with Project Morry as a Camp that Gives.
“The positive, playful, yet professional atmosphere at Wico clearly starts at the top. Corey, Justin and Carly are thoughtful, personable leaders who set a wonderful example for both campers and staff. Not only do they make me confident about sending my kids to Wico, they make me want to work there!”
Elizabeth “Liz” Pruzinsky
Elizabeth “Liz” Pruzinsky is Wico’s Staffing Coordinator year round as well as our Res Life Coordinator during the summer! Liz is compassionate, kind full of energy and fun! Her passion and love of camp make a positive difference in our staff and camper well-being.
Liz comes to Wico after spending her summers as a camper, counselor, and Group Leader (aka Head Counselor) at an all-girl’s camp in Maine. In addition, Liz has her Master’s degree in Elementary and Special Education. Before entering camping full time, she was a special education teacher in New York City and, most recently, worked in private practice as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst, working with children with development disabilities, specializing in autism spectrum disorders.
When not at Wico, Liz and her husband, CJ, live in Brooklyn, NY with their two daughters, Mia and Penelope.
“They were very helpful in answering any and all of the questions I had before sending my daughter to camp. I feel that they run an exceptional camp that is filled with core values my daughter will have for the rest of her life.”
Catherine is thrilled to be back home at Wico as the Communications Coordinator! Catherine supports our campers and families, coordinates our reunions and other off-season events, works on program development, and helps support our staffing effort. During the summer, Catherine works as a Head Counselor, where she applies her passion for working directly with our campers. Her time at Wico began as a camper, where she spent several summers. After she left Wico, she continued her camp career working as a counselor at a day camp in Rockland County for multiple summers.
A graduate of the University of Virginia, Catherine majored in elementary education. Before Wico, Catherine also spent time doing advocacy work for schools in the DC area, serving as a liaison between policy makers and education institutions.
When she’s not at camp, Catherine enjoys running, reading, and searching for the best queso in New York City! Catherine loves that her role allows her to share the transformative experience of camp with campers and families.
“We can’t thank you enough for another amazing camp experience for Charley. Wico is her absolute favorite place in world — so you guys should feel amazing that you are the reason for that.”
SPECIAL EVENTS & TRADITIONS
Since 1966, Camp Wicosuta has been lucky enough to be the summer home of Priscilla Griffin. Holding almost every job in camp from Waterfront Director to Program Director to Head Counselor, “Prissy” returns summer after summer with a wealth of knowledge about all things Wicosuta. During the summer, Prissy is a member of our program team. She works closely with our oldest age group, Totem, and is also responsible for Color War/Wico Challenge Cup, campfires, Carnival and so much more. Priscilla is deeply connected to our alumnae, many of whom she has known since they were campers. During Summer 2010, Camp Wicosuta proudly renamed the social hall Priscilla’s Playhouse, in honor of Prissy’s 45-year commitment to camp. When she’s not at camp, Priscilla was a kindergarten teacher in Latham, NY for many years.