Staff Spotlight: Maggie Martin

Maggie Martin grew up in Pontiac, IL., and headed down to Southern Illinois University in Carbondale for college. She’s majoring in paralegal studies and will be taking the LSAT this June as she aims to head to law school in the fall of 2013. Maggie will be joining us as an office assistant (don’t worry, folks, Robyn Kirk will still be our Office Manager), though we’re looking forward to utilizing her skills throughout camp, including down at swim point, as a swim instructor. 
She was a three sport athlete in high school and swimming was definitely her favorite. She comes from a big family… her father has five siblings and her mother has seven siblings, so needless to say, she’s got lots of cousins. Maggie did point out that she has a tough time making decisions. Not only did it take her about an hour to complete the survey below, but she couldn’t come up with one answer to several of the questions. We welcome Maggie for her first summer at North Star.
More About Maggie:
Favorite TV show: Glee, New Girl, Modern Family, Parks & Recreation, The Office

Best place you’ve ever traveled to: Spain or The Bahamas
Sports team(s) that you root for: I would be lying if I said I followed professional sports, but I know that I do not like the St. Louis Cardinals (editor’s note… good answer!)
How did you learn about North Star and why did you apply: I learned about North Star online and I applied because I want to spend my summer helping others and it is such a pretty place!
What did you do last summer: I worked as a hostess a few days a week and lounged by my pool the rest of the time.
What noteworthy/menial/random job(s) have you previously held: One summer I worked at a cemetery digging, filling, and watering graves.
What, if any previous camp experiences have you had: I attended camp in Southern Illinois three summers in a row during elementary school.

If you had a super hero power, what would it be: Time Travel

Best Christmas present that you’ve ever gotten: Flat-Screen TV
Preferred chicken nugget dip: Frank’s Hot Sauce or Heinz Ketchup