Krista Jensen is a returning member of the LIT staff. This is her 14th summer working for LBTBP, 10th with LIT, and her 7th acting as LIT Program Director. During her off-season she is working on completing her Ph. D. in School Psychology at the University of Delaware while practicing as a school psychologist in New Castle County, Delaware. If you have any questions about the LIT Program you can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christina Behr is in her 4th year as an LIT instructor but a 7th year lifeguard for LBTBP. She received her bachelors degree in Psychology from Alfred University in New York and is currently working on a M.A. degree program in Counseling Psychology at Alfred University.
Thomas Clifford is a 6th year member of the LIT staff, having spent over half of those years as the B-LIT Director. Tom has worked for LBTBP for 16 years and is looking forward to many more. During the school year he is a physical education/health teacher.
Terry Dorman is a 4th year LIT instructor who has been a lifeguard for LBTBP for 19 years and has a wealth of knowledge about the ocean, the lifeguard equipment, and traveling. Terry graduated from the University and Delaware. Along with LIT, you can find Terry working at the Chicken or the Egg or fixing IPhones. If you need an IPhone fixed contact him at 610-393-7241. He spends his winters going to various places around the world.
Anne Marie (Annie) Arcidiacono is a 2nd year LIT Instructor. She is going into her junior year at Stevens Institute of Technology where she is a pre-med major. Annie recently became certified as an EMT which is a great benefit to the LIT Program. In addition to working for the beach patrol, Annie volunteers at the local hospital in the emergency room. She is a great swimming and paddleboard competitor for LBTBP competition team.
David Behr is another 2nd year LIT Instructor. He is going into his junior year at Berea College in Kentucky where he majors in economics with the goal of going to law school upon graduation. He is the fourth member of his family to become an LIT instructor. He is a phenomenal rowing, paddling, and pulling competitor.
Kate Rubin a 2nd year LIT Instructor will be a senior at Penn State where she is majoring in Rehab and Human services with a minor Kinesiology. Kate’s goal is to become a physical therapist.
Grace Coleman is new to the instructor staff this year. This is her 4th year guarding. She is going into her sophomore year at the University of Delaware.
Jackson Roblee is also new to the instructor staff this year.