DR. TONYA MILLER, PT, DPT, Ph.D. | EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Tonya is a founding member of PA Vent Camp and has served the organization in many capacities including, Activities Director, Fundraising Chair, Board of Directors member, and most recently Executive Director.
Outside of camp, Tonya is a faculty member in the graduate school of physical therapy at Lebanon Valley College and is the Owner/Founder of TYM Coaching, a professional development and leadership coaching program.
DR. MICHAEL DETTORRE | PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD & MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Dr. Mike has served as the Medical Director for PA Vent Camp since the mid 1990s. In his role as director, he oversees all of the camp’s organizational structure as well as the medical status of each camper.
Outside of camp, Dr. Mike is the Director of the Home Ventilator Program for Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and is currently an Associate Professor in Pediatric Critical Care. Additionally, he also serves as a Pediatric Intensivist at Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia.
ROBIN KINGSTON, MSN, CRNP | STAFFING COORDINATOR
Robin has been attending PA Vent Camp since the mid 1990s. She has served as a team leader and is presently the staffing coordinator for PA Vent Camp. In her role as staffing coordinator, Robin recruits and coordinates all staffing for the camp.
Robin is a pediatric nurse practitioner with the Pediatric Home Ventilator Program at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.
NOELLE SMITH, M.S., CCC-SLP | ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR
Noelle has been volunteering as a partner and Activities Staff member at PA Vent Camp since 2000, but has been an active supporter of the camp since her parents helped start PA Vent Camp in 1993. In her role as Activities Director, Noelle oversees an Activities Staff that develops the theme for camp and designs and implements activities to entertain the campers throughout the week.
Outside of camp, Noelle is a licensed speech-language pathologist in the state of Virginia. She has earned specialized competencies required to provide high quality Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) services to children with complex communication needs and their families.