Super Camps' Management Team brings a wealth of experience to the creation of brilliant holiday activity camps that children love and parents trust.
Guy Ker - Managing Director
Since joining Super Camps in 2012, Guy has advised the Government on changes aimed at making holiday activities more affordable for busy parents. Guy is father to 7 children and has been a governor in some great schools. He previously worked at Channel 4 News and was educated at Cambridge University.
Dominic White - Operations Director
Dominic joined Super Camps 2 years ago, bringing with him over 12 years of experience and knowledge of the child care, education and sport industries. Dominic’s passion is to ensure that all children have a great experience on camp, whilst also focusing on the safeguarding and welfare of every child. He likes to spend his spare time in the countryside with his wife and cocker spaniel, or on the golf course.
Morag Groves - Commercial Manager
Morag has been a part of the Super Camps team for 13 years. She has extensive experience of the company, having fulfilled a number of roles on her journey to the role of Commercial Manager. Morag also brings the benefit of first-hand knowledge of Super Camps to help drive high standards, with both her daughters having enjoyed time on camp.
Helen Sandhu - Finance Manager
Helen qualified as a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales with Price Waterhouse (now PwC) in Leeds. She has spent her career working in businesses that deliver services to support vibrant family life, including housing associations, community support charities and now at Super Camps. As a working mum of four, Helen appreciates just how important it is to have excellent holiday activities to keep the children safe and happy whilst she can work worry-free.
Hayley Flynn - HR Manager
Hayley brings a solid HR & Recruitment background to Super Camps having spent time working in the hospitality industry, gaining valuable insight into employee engagement, high volume recruitment and people management. Having gained her CIPD accreditation in 2014, Hayley has a passion for ensuring candidates have a fantastic experience with Super Camps, ensuring every camp is a fun and exciting place to be. She is kept busy outside of work with an energetic toddler, and aspires to be the next Great British Baker.
Steve Williams - Health and Safety Manager
Steve joined Super Camps in September 2016 as Health and Safety Manager. His career started as a chef working in the Midlands before moving into catering education at The Henley College, whilst also studying for his Certificate in Education at Oxford Polytechnic. He then moved into the independent schools sector as Domestic Bursar at Pangbourne College. Whilst there he gained numerous Health and Safety qualifications including Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Practice. He is a Graduate Member of IOSH.
Wesley Westaway - Training Manager
Wes joined Super Camps in 2013 after working for TUI Travel, bringing more than 10 years of training and activity knowledge, online learning, platform design and management experience to his role with the company. Wes studied at Exeter University in Sport Science and Psychology, where he played for Exeter Chiefs before retiring due to injury.
Steve Wright - Logistics, Purchasing & Warehousing Manager
Steve joined Super Camps in 2013, bringing a wealth of managerial experience having served for 29 years in the Royal Air Force around the globe as a Logistics Specialist attaining the rank of Warrant Officer. Steve has since streamlined the company’s UK logistics and purchasing operation, and was instrumental in the relocation and set up of the new warehouse facility that houses the equipment enjoyed by tens of thousands of children each year. Steve is an ardent Stoke City supporter and keen golfer playing off 14.
Mark Travis - Marketing Manager
Mark joined Super Camps in 2014 and brings over 10 years of marketing experience to the team. Mark is a big advocate of getting children active and takes great pride from seeing the children have a great time on camp. When not at work, Mark can often be found across the roads of Oxfordshire on his bike.