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What is the Camp Bravo Alumni Network?
The Alumni Network was started to create a community where you can still be an active part of Bravo after "aging out" as a camper.  
We host professional development sessions, social events/meet ups, networking events, and more!
There are many ways to stay involved with Bravo.  We are always looking for help in all aspects of outreach, fundraising, and social media.
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Join the Alumni Network
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 Ready to come back to camp?
Every Memorial Day Weekend, aged out campers from every year of camp are welcome to return to camp to rekindle the Bravo magic

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In previous years, the Camp Bravo Alumni Network nominated an alum who has taken the skills and tools of Camp Bravo and put them to use in their life and career since being a camper.  The honoree was recognized at the annual Camp Bravo benefit.

2018 Honoree

Christopher Scott

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Two time Emmy nominee Christopher Scott is sought after for his bold imagination and fearless creativity in his work. Chris has garnered continued praise for his innovative pieces on Fox’s SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE. He choreographed the closing ceremony of the inaugural European Games, working to coordinate a cast of thousands. He has kept himself busy working on a variety of other projects including NOW YOU SEE ME 2, JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS, the record breaking Disney Channel Original movie, TEEN BEACH MOVIE, as well as the sequel, TEEN BEACH MOVIE 2, STEP UP 4: REVOLUTION, STEP UP 5: ALL IN, the acclaimed Microsoft “Surface/Surface Pro” tablet commercial, and the viral hit “Safety Video” for Virgin America.  

2017 Honoree

Brittan Heller

Brittan Heller works at the intersection of human rights, law, and technology. She is the first Director for Technology and Society for the Anti-Defamation League. She established ADL's Center for Technology and Society, to examine issues like countering violent extremism, cyber-harassment and cyber-bullying, hate crimes at home and abroad, and social justice applications for technology. 
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