Kids Contigo is the creative collaboration of the same team that founded EverWonder Camps in the fall of 2010. EverWonder is a popular arts-based day camp serving thousands of children in the Northern Virginia/Washington, DC metropolitan area.Youngsters and parents alike quickly fell in love with EverWonder's programs and staff. Soon after, families began seeking out the services of EverWonder's highly qualified instructors for birthday parties, special events and childcare. Inspired by her work with families outside of camp Eby Okonkwo, one of EW's original teachers approached us about expanding our services.She lit the spark, and together we created Kids Contigo in order to meet the ever-growing needs of our loyal customers.We are very excited to be providing these expanded services and hope you will choose us for your next important event.
WHO WE ARE...
Eby is a 2011 graduate of The George Washington University with a degree in Biology. While at GW, Eby began working at EverWonder as an assistant teacher. She showed passion, dedication, trustworthiness and enthusiasm. Soon after, she was offered the opportunity to be a lead teacher. Eby's love for children led her to a career in education. She Worked as an assistant teacher in the nursery school, At St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School In Washington, DC. Currently she is the Early Childhood Spanish Teacher, enriching children in PK-Second Grade at St. Patrick's. In the summers, she works at the day camp at St. Patrick's and for EverWonder. Eby lives in Washington,DC with her dog Jake.
Moley Evans graduated cum laude with a degree in elementary education from Wake Forest University in 1998. She moved to Washington, DC to be a teaching associate at Beauvoir, the National Cathedral Elementary School where she taught Kindergarten and 1st grade, respectively. In 2000, Moley moved to The Bullis School in Potomac, MD where she taught both 3rd and 4th grades. In 2002 The Bullis School presented her with their Excellence in Teaching Award. While at Bullis, Moley pursued her master's degree in reading education and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Virginia in December of 2004. In 2015, Moley was the the winner of the 40 under 40 Leadership Arlington.
Moley lives in the Alcova Heights neighborhood of Arlington with her husband, Nicholas, their two children Charlotte and Will and their dog, Oscar. Moley was the PTA president of Campbell Elementary for the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 school years and serves on the board of ASPIRE!
Taylor has a degree in Early Childhood Education and is currently teaching at a local, private, Episcopal school. In addition, she has worked in three national art museums planning events for children. She has her own photography business and gives private tennis lessons.
Hello! My Name is Camila Dinges. I am a DC native and have been looking after kids since I was 12 years old. I currently work with toddlers full time at St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School. I plan to continue exploring the world of early childhood education and see where it takes me! On my free time I love the outdoors. I try to get out with my dog as much as possible or head to the local climbing area!