Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri
Camp Trulaske Directors 2019

Leadership Team

Jennifer Barnes, Camp Trulaske Coordinator

Jennifer has been with the University of Missouri for six years, working in various capacities. She holds degrees in business administration and educational studies from Columbia College and William Woods University, respectively. She was previously a teacher and coach in the public school system for seven years, including a stint as an FCCLA advisor for three years. She is a mother of three children, and while these children keep her busy, when she does have free time, she enjoys spending time at the baseball field or walking and biking on the Katy Trail.

Hope Dorsey

Hope is a junior from Dallas, Texas, who will graduate in 2020 with her degree in marketing with a minor in psychology. Hope served as a camp counselor last year and is excited to be a Camp Trulaske director this year. She will be working this summer at General Mills as a Convenience & Foodservices intern. 

Kenan Elzoobi

Kenan is a sophomore from St. Louis, Missouri, working toward his Bachelor of Accountancy and Master of Accountancy with a minor in economics. Kenan was a camper during the program’s launch in 2017 and then became a counselor the following year. Upon graduation, he plans to work in public accounting in either Chicago or Denver.

Karlin Peters

Karlin is a sophomore marketing student from a small town near Kansas City, Missouri. With her marketing degree and food science minor, Karlin hopes to do the marketing for a large food or consumer product goods company. After being a camp counselor during the 2018 session of camp, Karlin fell in love with the program, and decided become a camp director. Karlin and Hope work together to create all the marketing and promotional materials for camp.

Adam Woodward

Adam is a sophomore from O’Fallon, Missouri, and studying international business. He previously was a camper during the inaugural camp in 2017 and later served as a camp counselor the following year. Outside of camp, Adam has served the university as a Summer Welcome Leader and currently serves as a campus tour guide. He looks forward to studying abroad this summer in China and can’t wait to help new business student make life long connections through camp.