Jeff directs Camp Takajo according to the principles reflected in the Arch Ideals. Jeff directs Camp Takajo according to the principles reflected in the Arch Ideals.

Directors

Jeffrey Konigsberg, Owner/Director

I started at Camp Takajo in 1970 when I was nine and have been here every summer since! When my camping career ended (after my sophomore year at Blind Brook High School), I returned to teach basketball and live in Takajo's Junior age group. During my four years at Lehigh University, I came back to Takajo each summer and became the Junior age group head counselor and later the Senior age group head counselor. After graduating from Lehigh, I worked for six years as associate director with Morty Goldman, who founded Camp Takajo in 1947. In 1988, I purchased the camp from Morty. I remain committed to the traditions and the values that have epitomized Camp Takajo since its inception.

My wife, Joan, and I live in Greenwich, Connecticut, with our four children, Max, Kate, Jack and Kim.

Warren makes sure everything runs on time at Takajo. Warren makes sure everything runs on time at Takajo.

Warren Davis,

Associate Director

I arrived at Camp Takajo in 1973 after my junior year at Washington & Lee University where I played varsity tennis. Having grown up in Cleveland, Ohio, I couldn’t believe a place like this existed! During my first summer, I worked as a tennis counselor in the Warrior and Senior age groups. Over the next five summers, I ran the tennis program for the Senior age group. I then became the Senior age group head counselor in 1980 and 1981 before becoming Morty’s administrative assistant. I returned to Camp Takajo each summer while I was teaching and working toward my master’s degree in education. When Jeff purchased the camp, I became the associate director and have been working full time ever since. I was Jeff’s bunk counselor in 1974 so our working relationship is truly based on the bonds established by our friendship over so many years at Camp Takajo.

I currently live in Skillman, New Jersey, with my wife, Karen, and our two daughters, Katie Rose and Natalie.

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