Bryan Partridge first came to the Aloha camps as a 10-year old camper at Lanakila in 1987. Bryan spent time at Lanakila as a camper, Bridger, counselor, Department Head, Unit Head, and eventually the Assistant Director for eleven summers.
Bryan received his BA from The College of Wooster, a master’s degree in Creative Writing from Dartmouth College, and his PhD in the Humanities from Union College. For the past 17 years, he’s worked as a Professor of Writing at New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire. Bryan also does extensive education consulting for the Center for School Climate and Learning, helping educators develop and implement data-driven action plans to improve school climate, prevent bullying and school violence, reduce dropouts, and re-engage disengaged learners. Bryan lives in Etna, New Hampshire with his wife Kt, and his two daughters, Nora and Marley.