Director Andrew Stoller was born in Pennsylvania, but at an early age his parents were drawn to the mountains of Colorado. Andrew has continued to make Colorado his home. In 1988 Andrew had his first Poulter experience at the Bear Pole Ranch Camp. Poulter immediately became his summer home and he has only missed 5 summers since. In 2004 Andrew took on a role as a director at Poulter Camps.
Andrew graduated from Colorado State University with a BA in history, and a secondary education teaching license. Besides Poulter, Andrew has experience working at a summer camp in Vermont, and as an educator at a wilderness school in Colorado. Poulter has instilled a love for backpacking in Andrew, he has hiked the entire length of the Colorado and John Muir trails.
"Besides my parents and family, there is no other facet of my life that has been as positive or given me as much confidence in myself as my Poulter experience."
Amy grew up in St. Louis, MO and experienced her first overnight camp in Washington, MO at 9 years old. At 14 she decided that she’d outgrown the Missouri woods and “headed west.” Actually, her parents decided it was time for bigger adventures and found Poulter Camps where Amy spent the next 10 summers as a camper, counselor, program director and co-director before purchasing it with her friends in 2005.
Amy graduated from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT with a double major in psychology and dance. After graduation, she pursued psychological research at Dartmouth College before making a career shift to working in the nonprofit sector. She now lives in Boulder with her husband (also a Poulter alumni!) and works for a national education nonprofit.
"From my first summer at Poulter, I knew this place was special because of the magnificent setting in the Rocky Mountains and even moreover because of the people who challenged me to do my best and to be my most fun self."
Robert “Bert” Roulette
Bert was born and raised in San Diego, California and currently lives in Steamboat Springs. In 1992, at the age of 12, Bert spent his first summer at Poulter Camps, and has been involved ever since. Participating in all of Poulter’s programs as a camper and a counselor, Bert has fallen in love with what Camp has to offer children and the Northern Colorado way of life. Bert moved to Steamboat in 1998 and has left the Yampa Valley only for higher education.
Bert’s degrees in digital media and culinary arts have been put to great use in the Poulter world. Bert is currently in charge of food service, and is the Media Director. He produced Poulter's past three promotional DVDs and works as the camp photographer.
"Poulter Camps and the mountains of Steamboat Springs have had a larger impact on my life than anything else that I have seen, learned or experienced in life."