FCA Surf Mid-Atlantic Director
Laura’s love of summertime, beach culture and a healthy lifestyle telegraphs into our camps. A multi-tasker, she always will stop what she’s doing to lend an ear or to give a helping hand. Laura has a passion to service kids, families and the community by creating a unique camp environment that provides a quality learning environment that partners the sport of surfing with faith.” She holds a Masters Degree in Counseling from Liberty University. She is enjoying raising 3 beautiful girls, getting fit, cooking healthy foods, and experiencing God at work in and through her life.
Ocean City Camp Director
Shaun Brewer has been involved with FCA Surf for several years now. His love for not only surfing, but God as well can be seen through his actions and in his personality both in and out of the water. Shaun has been surfing his entire life and loves nothing more than to share the sport he loves with those around him. Each summer, Shaun aims to enjoy God’s creation while teaching people of all ages about the ocean and the ins and outs of his favorite sport. Being a surfer is about respecting the environment and the individuals you share it with and through the FCA Surf Camp experience, Shaun will do everything in his power to make sure you have a great time while learning everything he has to offer about the things he loves most, and more importantly what God has and continues to bless us with.
Ocean Grove Camp Director
Robin Wallace serves as the director for FCA SURF camp in Ocean Grove, NJ and runs the local FCA SURF huddle out of Oceanport. She has been volunteering with FCA since 20013. Robin lives in Monmouth County with her husband Brian and her three children Jacob, Savannah and Ashton, all of whom are involved with FCA.
Robin enjoys surfing and rock climbing with her family and continues to play soccer.
Atlantic City Camp Director
Paul has a deep love for his local surf community, and a desire for those he comes in contact in the water to see the love of Christ in simple and creative ways. He enjoys hosting events with a huge bonfire, live music and a surf movie playing the background. Lately, Paul and his friends have been reaching out to students who don’t normally have access to water recreation. Sometimes, the best part of his day is holding the hand of a nervous student, and jumping over breakers until they feel comfortable to take the next step.