Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, concerned citizens can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has.

—Margaret Mead

Our Executive Leadership

TC Camp's leadership team has a strong background in project management and collaboration and is well-versed in meeting deadlines and following through on commitments. While we all have unique perspectives and strong convictions, our shared vision is to make a positive difference for the community we serve.

Liz Fraley
Executive Staff

email: Liz@TCCamp.org

Liz has amassed an astounding knowledge base over 23 years in the Technical and Professional Communications field, the last 16 of which being in a CEO role. She is an avid reader, naturally curious about discoveries and perspectives, and is adept at bringing together some of the brightest and best minds in the field. She has a daring sense of adventure when it comes to trying unconventional projects that lead to strengthening the skills of those around her, and we would not have TC Camp or Room 42 without her willingness to support and nourish experimental programs for the greater community.


STC Associate Fellow, ACM Senior Member


University of Maryland College Park

B.S. Computer Science

University of Southern Mississippi

MA English

Janice Summers
Executive Staff

email: Janice@TCCamp.org

Janice has over 12 years of experience serving the Technical and Professional Communications industry. Her emphasis is always on educating and strengthening the community while building mutually beneficial relationships.


Psy Chi, Tau Delta Phi, Golden Key


San Jose State University

B.A. I/O Psychology

Our Amazing Supportive Team

Support Team & Volunteer Alumni

It takes a driven team to run TC Camp smoothly. Our organization is blessed to have veterans in the field dedicated to helping TC Camp achieve its goals, as well as fresh faces that are adding a new perspective in our work. Here are a few of the team members who make this possible:

Katie McCammon
Katie McCammon, Intern Grant Writer

Katie works closely with our executive staff in charge of fundraising and conducts grant research, writes proposals for funding and submits these to federal institutions and private foundations.

Gabriella Carbonara
Gabriella Carbonara, Intern Editor

Gabriella is responsible for editing all of the copy that TC Camp produces, such as the website pages, social media posts, marketing collateral, grant proposals, and professional correspondences. She is also in charge of proofreading the transcripts and subtitles for episodes of Room 42.

Marianne Rodgers, Graphic Artist

Marianne is a brilliant graphic artist that has worked miracles for TC Camp over the years. She works with a number of sole proprietors and companies on various digital art projects, mostly in graphical data. These visuals demonstrate, teach, engage, and formulate ideas for various purposes with impressionable & number-producing results. Examples include: presentations, short videos, company history maps, process maps, meeting templates, corporate logos, advertising media & posters.

Additional Team Members

Scott Prentice
Scott Prentice, Executive Advisor

Currently on sabbatical and acting as a key advisor.

With over 30 successful years in the TPC profession, of which the last 17 were in a CEO role, Scott possesses a depth of understanding about what matters most for practitioners. He brings this insight to help shape the best Technical Communication Unconference experience.

Alexander Hill, Digital Operations
Cherie Woodward, Event Operations Director
Viqui Dill (she/her), Event Operations Director
Li-At Rathbun, Communications Director
June Harton, Publicity Director


Each TC Camp unconference had a dynamic team of volunteers to help the event flow seamlessly for all of the attendees. There is no way we could have pulled it off without them and we are eternally grateful for their support!

Thank you for being a part of TC Camp and making a difference!

Support TC Camp

We at TC Camp work hard to produce educational public service projects. We hope you’ll consider supporting our efforts to continue to produce innovative programs for the TPC community.

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