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CAMP Staff

Miriam L. Bocchetti

CAMP Director/PI
Office: (509) 963-1708
Cell: (509) 899-5263
Fax: (509) 963-1724


Staff Bio:

Miriam Bocchetti has been in the role of CAMP Director at CWU for the past ten years. She originally came to CWU to obtain her MA in English Literature, having previously completed a BA in English Literature at the University of Washington. Ms. Bocchetti also serves as the Principal Investigator (PI) for the High School Equivalency Program (HEP), a program designed to assist out of school youth with attaining a GED. Miriam is currently in her third and final year of coursework at Colorado State University, pursuing a PhD in Higher Education Leadership. She remains very informed and involved at the national level, serving as a member of the HEP/CAMP national conference planning committee for eight years, as a HEP/CAMP mentor designated to assist new directors transition and holding multiple positions on the HEP/CAMP Association Board; most recently in the role of secretary. When she is not working, she is traveling, playing trivia, or browsing the new book selection at the local library.
Morocco, June 2014


Veronica Zamora Dimas

Retention Counselor
Office: (509)-963-1730
Cell: (509) 899-6129
Fax: (509) 963-1724



Staff Bio:

Veronica Dimas has been with the CWU CAMP program for the past 15 years. In those years, she has held two important positions as the Program Coordinator and currently as CAMP Retention Counselor. Veronica recently received her Masters of Science (MS) in Leadership from Grand Canyon University. She and her family love to road trip and have been to 18 US states and many other states in Mexico. Other than traveling, Veronica likes to read non-fiction books, bake, and craft. Veronica also volunteers her time coaching young children in soccer.


Juan Maravilla

Outreach Specialist
Office: (509) 963-1739
Cell: (509) 899-4783
Fax: (509) 963-1724



Staff Bio:

Juan Maravilla has been the Outreach Specialist for the CAMP for the last three years. Juan attended CWU in the fall of 2008 as a first generation student and participated in the CAMP program during his first year. He earned his BA in Law & Justice and Sociology and went on to work for the Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration prior to working with CAMP. Juan has a lot of firsthand experience and knowledge working with students from diverse backgrounds. He currently also serves as the point person for the Ready to Rise program. When Juan is not working, he is usually spending his time with family and friends, traveling, hiking, barbequing, or working on his cars in his garage.



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