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Caleb Seney

Caleb Seney

Executive Director

Originally from Springhill, Louisiana Caleb began volunteering at MedCamps of Louisiana at age 16 and worked at the camp for the next five summers as a counselor and eventually Camp Director.  Throughout college Caleb spent his summers at MedCamps and during the school year worked as a Personal Care Attendant at Care Solutions, Inc. where he primarily served a young man living with Autism.

Caleb is a 1999 Graduate of the University of Louisiana at Monroe and has a bachelor’s degree in business administration.  Upon graduation Caleb moved to Shreveport to pursue a career.  While in Shreveport he began volunteering at Shriner’s Hospital for Children and at Holy Angel’s Home for people living with disabilities.  In, 2002 Caleb returned to the Monroe area and to MedCamps as volunteer on the organization’s board of directors.   In May of 2003 Caleb accepted the position of Executive Director at MedCamps of Louisiana, Inc.

Caleb lives in Ruston, Louisiana with his wife Adrian and daughters Audrey and Abby.  He is an active member of The Bridge Community Church and The Sunrise Kiwanis Club of Ruston.


Kacie Hobson

Kacie Hobson

Events & Volunteer Coordinator

I am from Bastrop, Louisiana. I graduated from Bastrop High School in 2011. In 2010 I started my first summer at MedCamps. I was 17 years old and honestly had no clue what I was getting myself into.  After the first week of camp (which was Camp Rolling Thunder for children living with Spina Bifida and Orthopedic Conditions) my whole attitude toward life changed. It was by far one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I worked four summers total as a counselor at MedCamps. During those summers I met some of the most amazing children on the planet. I have a special place in my heart for each and every one of our campers.

In May of 2014 I graduated from Louisiana Tech University with Associates degree in General Studies with a concentration in Humanities. I was a paraprofessional at Choudrant High School in the Special Education classroom for a few months while attending Louisiana Tech. I am currently taking online courses through ULM and will graduate in May of 2015. I am so excited for this opportunity and I cannot wait to see what is in store for me and MedCamps. 



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