About Camp K-9 of Marin

Charlie Gray

Camp Greeter

Charlie was born in Santa Rosa, CA and has spent most of her life moving around San Francisco, Sonoma County, and Southern Oregon. She has spent her entire life around dogs and in March she was finally able to get a puppy of her own: a French bulldog named Hamilton. Prior to working at Camp K-9, Charlie spent the last few years working in the hospitality industry and slowly working on an International Studies degree. When not at Camp she can most likely be found reading a book, binge watching Netflix with Ham, or listening to 90's R&B while walking in the park.

Yas Binay

Camp Greeter

Yasemin is a native San Franciscan Turk who moved to Marin when she was about 11 years old; impatiently spent a few years in SF, a winter season in Tahoe and a semester in SB; although for some reason, she just couldn't keep away from Marin County.  She has ridden horses for more than half her life and besides walking on her own two feet, feels the most comfortable riding a horse.  At the moment, she shares everything in her life, including peanut butter midnight snacks and boyfriend with her incredibly crazy spoiled demanding goofy pit bull Mila. On Yasemin's days off you can find them either two locations: napping together anywhere comfy or hiking all around Marin County/Bay Area.


Camp Trainers

Allyson Stoops

Camp Trainer

Ally is a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers and her training philosophy is simple but effective -- improve relationships between people and their dog based on trust and cooperation. Ally has been the Camp Trainer at Camp K-9 of Marin for nine years. She is also the owner of No Bones About It! Ally has a unique understanding of the demands that busy families and professionals face and builds customized plans that deliver real life results. As a former instructor and behavior counselor for the Humane Society, Ally is passionate about teaching her clients the most effective dog training techniques. The result is a fun, well-mannered dog that is a great companion in all aspects of your life. Ally "rests her dogs" locally in Milly Valley and loves spending her time actively training (and being trained by) three children, two dogs, two cats, and one very patient husband. 

Ally offers a variety of training classes at Camp K-9 of Marin. 


Camp Counselors

Christina Martin

Lead Camp Counselor

Born in Marin County, Christina has split her life between California and Washington, always being drawn back to Marin one way or another. There has never been a time where there wasn't an animal - be it dogs, cats, bunnies, even geckos - in her house. Currently located in Nicasio, she enjoys taking her roommates Blue Heeler out on walks through Marin open space. She's on the lookout for a puppy to add to her family of two cats. Fingers crossed, it'll be soon!

Mela Santa-Cruz

Camp Counselor

Mela was born and raised in Marin County with all of her family and always with a loving pet (or 2) by her side.  She is a full time hairstylist who just couldn’t shake the need to be surrounded by more furry friends after having to say goodbye to her family’s 17 year old black lab last October. She is the proud parent of a 7 year old cat, Oli. And although it is not possible at the moment she is looking forward to a future surrounded by fur babies and many other precious little creatures!

Megan Graves

Lead Counselor & Pre-Camping Interview Coordinator

Certified Pet CPR and First Aid

Megan was born in the Bay Area and grew up in the mountains of Oregon.  She has spent about half of her life in each state, making her a true Calif-Oregonian.  Growing up, Megan always had animals around, but she had a special spot in her heart for all dogs.  She now has two big ol' coonhounds named Penny and Gus who are littermates.  Megan has done a little bit of everything- being a nanny, wildland firefighting, working as an EMT, managing a cafe, and instructing kayak and backpacking courses. Now residing in Marin, when not at camp, you can find her hiking the local trails with her pups, paddling on the bay, or working in her garden.

Brittany Tuck

Camp Counselor

Brittany was born and raised in Sonoma County, then lived in San Francisco for over 10 years and now calls Marin County her home. She studied Child Development as CCSF and has worked with ‘at risk’ kids.  She loves taking long drives and exploring the beauty of Marin.  Brittany has worked with dogs for 8 years and has her own four legged Chihuahua friend name Cheech. 

Audrey Marasigan

Lead Counselor

Veterinary Assistant Certified, Pet First Aid and CPR, Obedience Training Certificate

I was born and raised in the East Bay. I graduated from Cal State Hayward (East Bay) with a Mass Communication degree. Trying to find myself across the country, I finally found my happiness in working with dogs of all kinds, shapes, and sizes!  I am now residing in San Rafael. In addition to working here at Camp K-9 of Marin, I volunteer at Guide Dogs for the Blind and The Marin Humane Society.     I’m surrounded by dogs all day every day; you can never have too much dog!

Sean Moncayo

Lead Counselor

Sean was born and raised in Boise, Idaho.  He was always around animals, but never owned a dog of his own.  After moving to California, he decided he truly wanted a canine companion; however, most apartments don’t allow Pitbulls.  It wasn’t until he moved in with his best friend and found a suitable place to live that he was able to adopt a crazy, but sweet Pitbull mix named Luna.

Yolanda De Los Reyes

Overnight Supervisor

Yolanda moved from Texas at the age of 3 and as far as she can remember, she has always had a dog in her life!  She currently has 5 dogs of her own:  Zoey, (a terrier princess), Ravi, (a clown of a Doxie mix),  Dot (a hopping Basset/Doxi mix), and last but not least, Lola (a Pitbull that looks more like a little pink pig)!  It is obvious that Yolanda has a passion for dogs and she treats every camper like one of her own!


Brendan Kelly

Camp Caretaker

Brendan T. Kelly is a retired Army Veteran, former high school teacher, and corporate HR rep and trainer. He has been married going on twenty-six years, has four daughters age 14 (or 98 in doggy years), 18, 20 & 24 and his own four legged friend Mieka.  He is originally from San Jose, CA but now calls Marin County home. When he is not maintaining the K-9 Camp grounds, Brendan sells his fine art photography and listens/coaches others. He has a passion to assist those with mental health troubles and loves capturing a visual tale with his camera. Brendan’s top three remaining bucket list items are to explore and photograph Machu Picchu, travel and share jokes around Bhutan, and have a 1960 convertible Cadillac.