Deborah Elizabeth Stone Saret

Epsilon Camp - Deborah Elizabeth Stone Saret
Former admissions director of Epsilon Camp up until 2016. This is a person that I would not want to work for an organization centered around non-profit, education, children, or consider her for any managment position in any industry. When I first applied to work for this organisation, I was surprised how someone who was purported to be the face of an organization could be so callous and disrespectful to her superiors. I thought I was alone in this opinion but in the years since I have had conversations with numberous colleagues and guests who also felt the same way. Deborah (Debbie) Elizabeth Stone Saret as it is shown by a simple search online is a cold, opportunistic, callous, insecure individual who is only interested in promoting one thing and that is herself. She is a manic demanding micromanaging tyrant who is not interested in other's opinions. Rather her way is the only way to work. She will come across as professional in public but there have been several reports that she has been heard screaming at associates behind closed dorrs and also doing whatever is necessary to conseal her true personality. Deborah Elizabeth Stone Saret has personally been the source of fracturing an organisation and then leaving the pieces for others to pick up. She will not admit to fault. She is incapable of that. She is narcissistic and when she errors, immediately dismisses it or even worse, will not even address it when her superiors ask. She lies to hide the truth and even has been reported to destroy evidence to keep her reputation in tact. I am thankful to have moved onto a similar organisation where the goals of the previous one are similar but the administrators and faculty work in harmony rather than being exposed to a toxic environment of belligerant negativity. Caveat Emptor. You may tink you're getting a jewel but it's fools gold to be associated with this one.
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IN SUPPORT OF DEBORAH BY THE EPSILON CAMP BOARD OF DIRECTORS The Epsilon Camp Board of Directors experienced firsthand the difficult situation of disagreements with faculty who chose to resign at the end of Epsilon Camp 2016. Despite a challenging behind-the-scenes environment, Deborah worked tirelessly to ensure successful completion of Epsilon Camp 2016 and to develop and implement a succession plan for 2017.

We thank Deborah for her hard work and dedication to Epsilon Camp. Board of Directors Altus Math dba Epsilon Camp info@***.org


That's an awful lot of adjectives you've tossed around rather freely.

You need to let go of all of your angst.

Another employee's relationship between herself and her superiors in NOYB.

Anything that happens or has happened there is now also NOYB.

You never did tell us any specifics, just pointless emoting.

You have failed Complaining 101.

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