Leadership

Executive Committee/Officers

 

Pamela Gockley
Pamela Gockley
President/Executive Director of The Camel Project and Founder of The Camel Project
Pam is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and  Bullying Prevention by the CDC of the U.S. Department of Health.

"Our mission is to prevent and eliminate bullying. Confidence and self-awareness coupled with a strong support system are missing from our communities. Helping people understand that their words and behaviors have an impact and to understand the impact is our focus."
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Luis Omar Guzmán
Luis Omar Guzmán
Vice-President of The Camel Project and Business Development Officer at Wells Fargo
"The Camel Project hits home with me. I have been a victim of bullying myself. We all handle it differently, for me being dyslexict was one of my first exposure to being bullied. I have had the privilege of being bullied, not only by children, but adults and educational institutions too. I have always defended those who have been bullied, be it in school, work or social settings. I have gone through Pams B.E.L.L.Y. program, because I was interested in being a better person. I still have emotional issues from the past. I believe that people have no idea that words can leave an emotional scar without them realizing it. Then there are those who need all the help they can get. Enter the The Camel Project! I still see bullying happening in the workforce and being taught, not only in family structure, but friends and peers. Sadly, even by teachers of education! I believe The Camel Project is proactive and shows steps in creating a solution which can eradicate bullying, rather than treating an incident that allow emotions to continue to fester and allow bad traits to be passed to the next generation."
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Brad Hartline
Brad Hartline
Treasurer of The Camel Project and Owner of NAPA - Hyde Villa
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Dean Hornberger
Dean Hornberger
Secretary/Chief Technology Officer of The Camel Project
"Bullying is a growing issue as reflected in the increasing violence in our schools and the increasing awareness of sexual harassment in, and out of, the workplace. The Camel Project is attempting to address this issue both in schools and in society at large. As a board member, I look forward to assisting Pam and the other board members in combating this stain on our society."
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Robin Gray
Robin J. Gray, Esq.
The Law Office of Robin J. Gray and General Counsel of The Camel Project
"I resonate with the Camel Project as I was a victim years ago of bullying and domestic abuse. I see the consequences of bullying in the legal system when managing cases involving children and youth as well as custody and divorce cases as well as individuals in the prison system. If bullying and domestic abuse were prevented and yet better, eliminated, there would not be the number of complex emotional and legal issues currently facing the system today."
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Board

 

William
William "Bill" Oxenreider
Co-Owner of Next Level Integrated Industries
"The Camel Project hits home with me. I have been a victim of bullying myself. We all handle it differently, for me being dyslexict was one of my first exposure to being bullied. I have had the privilege of being bullied, not only by children, but adults and educational institutions too. I have always defended those who have been bullied, be it in school, work or social settings. I have gone through Pams B.E.L.L.Y. program, because I was interested in being a better person. I still have emotional issues from the past. I believe that people have no idea that words can leave an emotional scar without them realizing it. Then there are those who need all the help they can get. Enter the The Camel Project! I still see bullying happening in the workforce and being taught, not only in family structure, but friends and peers. Sadly, even by teachers of education! I believe The Camel Project is proactive and shows steps in creating a solution which can eradicate bullying, rather than treating an incident that allow emotions to continue to fester and allow bad traits to be passed to the next generation."
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Lisa Pison
Lison Pison
Reading-Muhlenberg Career & Technology Center
"The mission of the Camel Project is so important to me because as a victim of bullying in my teenage years, I can relate to the students that I teach and see every day. It is important to spread the message of the Camel Project so that we can continue to raise awareness and stop bullying by spreading positivity and light. Words have such a powerful impact on one another and it's important that we use the right words. I am honored to be able to help the Camel Project in creating solutions for this ever-growing problem in our community."
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Jennifer Riggs
Jennifer Riggs
Primerica
"The Camel Project is important to me because it shows actual steps on how to stop bullying now. Unlike other programs used in education, it is proactive not reactive, or only informational. As a former educator, I know how important it is to implement programs such as The Camel Project. I challenge school districts, to be honest with themselves and admit that the programs they are currently using are not enough. It is time to utilize a program that helps eliminate that problem and not just check off the "bullying box."
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Elaine Swavely
Elaine Swavely
Office Administrator, Shop Steward (Ret.)
"This project is important to me because bullying can leave a mark on a person's psyche for a lifetime. Bullying can lead to health issues, depression and suicide. Between 1 in 4 and 1 in 3 U. S. students are bullied at school. Nearly 43% of kids have been bullied online. 1 in 4 has had it happen more than once. If we can change just one child's life by eliminating bullying in any form, the project will be a huge success and well worth our effort."
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Stephanie Warmkessel
Stephanie Warmkessel
"The Camel Project's mission to STOP Bullying is very near and dear to my heart. Over forty years ago, I experienced bullying first hand as a student growing up in our county school system. In today's fast-paced world and increasing technology, bullying behavior has grown tremendously. I am honored to be a part of this organization that wants to eliminate bullying entirely."

 

Advisory Committee

 

  • Michelle Conway, The O'Pake Institute at Alvernia University
  • Lucia DeAngelo, Customers Bank
  • Cassandra Hillegass, Assist. Professor at Central Penn College
  • Nancy Hughes, Author
  • Bryon C. Noon, Ed.D. Ankh Systems Consulting
  • Alyssa Slade, The Holleran Center at Alvernia University

 

 

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