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We’re thrilled to have you join us - and hundreds of others from our vibrant camp community - for CampMinder Camp 9 in January. To help you get the most out of our time spent together, let’s get started by helping you plan your schedule.

Once you’ve registered and created your Sched profile, click the ‘Schedule’ link for the complete schedule. To register for a session, click the radio button to the left of the session name that you’d like to register for and you’ll be added to the list of attendees. Once you’ve selected all your sessions, navigate over your profile picture and click ‘My Sched’ to see your personalized schedule. Feel free to share with your friends or print it out to take with you!

If you have questions or need anything leading up to the conference, don’t hesitate to ask!
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Mark Davis

Idyllwild Arts Academy & Summer Program
Vice President, Summer & Auxiliary Programs
Los Angeles, California
Mark Davis became Director of Summer and Auxiliary Programs for the Idyllwild Arts Foundation in June 2015, and is a member of the IAF President’s Senior Leadership Team. As Director, Mark has increased enrollment, expanded program offerings beyond summer, and enhanced program offerings. He introduced the first online registration and online payment options for Summer & Auxiliary Programs, and consistently has generated revenue for reinvestment in the Idyllwild Arts Foundation. During his tenure as Director, Mark's scope of work has included playing Queen Elizabeth I in The Merry Wives of Windsor and managing a full-scale emergency campus evacuation due to wildfire. Mark lives with his husband, author Eduardo Santiago. Together, they founded the Idyllwild Author Series in 2010, just a few months after buying property in Idyllwild. Mark earned a B.S. in Journalism with concentrated studies in Theatre and English from the University of Evansville, and did his graduate work in Editing and Publishing at the University of Cincinnati. Prior to coming to Idyllwild, Mark worked for nearly 25 years at UCLA, most recently as Associate Editorial Director in UCLA Marketing and Special Events. In that role, he was senior editor of UCLA Magazine, developed the magazine’s tablet-based app, produced video stories, and created a podcast companion to the print magazine. Mark also led various marketing efforts, primarily for Development and Alumni and Family Relations. His work can still be seen in the UCLA Optimists campaign (optimism.ucla.edu) and the Centennial Campaign for UCLA, which launched in May 2014 and will close in 2019.