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David Collier, MD, PhD, FAAP, serves as the camp Medical Director. Dr. Collier is an assistant professor of Pediatrics at the Brody School of Medicine at ECU and the Director of the ECU Pediatric Healthy Weight Research and Treatment Center. Dr. Collier, a board certified pediatrician, regularly evaluates and treats overweight and obese youth at the ECU Pediatric Healthy Weight clinic. Besides providing medical care overweight children and adolescents, he also conducts obesity-related research.

Lee Scripture and David Collier pose at camp

Lee Scripture and Dr. David Collier pose at camp

Lee Scripture, III is the Eastern 4-H Center Director. He is responsible for total oversight of the Eastern 4-H Center’s mission including all camp programs. He is originally from Northern Virginia but has spent most of his professional life in public education and Cooperative Extension in North Carolina. As the Center’s past Program Director and a former school teacher, he is very knowledgeable in youth programming and education. He has been with the Eastern 4-H Center for over six years.

Chase Luker

Chase Luker with campers

Chase Luker is the Program Director for the Eastern 4-H Center. The program director is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the camp experience, including managing staff, scheduling activities and providing oversight of equipment and supplies. Chase has been with the Eastern 4-H Center for 3 ½ years and lives onsite when camp is in session. His primary experience has been in therapeutic camping with children; he also has a strong background in traditional camping.