Meet the HOFTC Team
Founder & Director
Kevin LeMoine is the Founder and Director of Hall of Fame Team Camp. He gained some unforgettable summer camp experience as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Jizzakh region of Uzbekistan from 1998-2000. Kevin and 3 other volunteers organized 2-week, over-night, English immersion camps for students in their region for 2 summers. He was also in charge of day camps in the summer of 2001 for the Austin Nature and Science Center. After moving to Seattle, teaching many different types of people - from 4th-grade private school students to the incarcerated population at the Monroe Correctional Complex - and having active kids of his own, Kevin wanted a different kind of summer experience for neighborhood kids; an experience focused on fun, friends, being outside, and competition grounded in good sportsmanship. With those ideas in mind, he founded Hall of Fame Team Camp in 2020 with just 5 kids (Lucas, Grady, Zack, Jackson, and his own son Sean). In 2022 - HOFTC's third year - more than 350 different kids will get to participate! Kevin loves spending his summers outside with the kids and counselors, and he's always on the lookout for new games, activities, and experiences that can become part of the camp's lore.
Sara Ray is Director of After-School Programs. Sara spent the first part of her career in intercollegiate athletics, as a volleyball coach for the first few years and eventually as an executive level administrator, overseeing the academic services units for NCAA Division I FBS programs. In her roles, she was responsible for overseeing the staff who implemented the academic support, leadership development, and career planning programs for all varsity level athletes.
Upon moving to Seattle in 2018, Sara stepped away from her career to spend more time with her children, ages 12, 9, and 4. She keeps busy volunteering at her church, her kids’ school, and coaching youth sports, while also pursuing an Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership in Higher Education. Her research area of interest includes intercollegiate student-athletes of color academic achievement and persistence to graduation.