Jullee Kazen is a dedicated special education teacher for over 14 years. Jullee specializes in young adults with Autism and holds an undergraduate degree from Eastern Michigan University in Cognitive Impairments. Jullee also has an endorsement in Autism, as well as, a master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
Jullee's passion is creating meaningful experiences for adults with disabilities that allow them to become independent. Jullee designs all of the curriculum with this in mind. This makes all of the time with Camp Zip of Michigan a great experience for the campers and they leave camp more prepared for an independent life.
Since Heidi was a 7 she has worked with individuals with disabilities. Heidi has over 20 years of experience with working with her Mom at “Community Work Opportunities”, volunteering with individual with disabilities and now working at Camp Zip. She loves to make others happy and she is continually upbeat. In 2016 she won the “Community Partner Award” from Community Living Services for her tireless volunteer work.
This is her third year as a cardio drumming fitness instructor. She loves working for Camp Zip and experiencing the independence that campers learn at camp. Heidi hopes you come see her at cardio drumming or cooking class.
Consultant / Instructor
John Rose has been present with the C. David Anderson Award from the Michigan Transition Services Association. Presented each year in recognition of an individual who exemplifies support and promotion of transition through leadership, advocacy, or innovative programming. We are honored to have John Rose as a part of Camp Zip supporting our campers and programs.