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Summer at SEM


June 24-August 2


More information available on or about November 1, 2018!

Meet Our Camp Directors


Erin Ross Moses

Auxiliary Programs Consultant
Director of Residential Life for Summer at SEM

Erin Ross Moses is a Buffalo native who began her all-girls school career at Buffalo Seminary.

Since her time at SEM she has worked at two other all girls boarding schools:The Ethel Walker School and most recently Miss Porter's School. Her roles included director of summer programs, roles in admissions and development as well as soccer coach, teacher, advisor and residential faculty. She lives with her husband, three children, clumber spaniel and siberian forest cat in Farmington, CT however, they vacation in the Buffalo area every summer. She is so excited to be rejoining SEM and can’t wait to explore the wonderful city of Buffalo with all the summer residential students!

Erin graduated from Villanova University where she played women's soccer. She majored in political science with minors in sociology and Italian. Her master's degree is from Teacher's College, Columbia University in international educational development.

Elizabeth Coffey

Director of Summer Programs

Elizabeth Coffey received a bachelor degree in philosophy and religious studies from Buffalo State and a master's in secondary education from Canisius College in 2008. Upon graduation, she accepted a job at SEM that eventually led to her to become the athletic director for two years and a residential director for two years.

Elizabeth left SEM to pursue her dream of serving her country by helping others when she joined the Peace Corps. She served in Ghana as a health, water and sanitation volunteer. She helped to build a medical clinic, taught ESL, offered health education to young mothers and ran a health-based youth organization within her village. When she returned, she continued to serve by joining Americorps as a Teach for America volunteer. She taught biology and anatomy and physiology in a rural public school in St. Stephen, South Carolina. When her service ended she returned to her hometown of Buffalo and has been managing wellness centers since. Elizabeth is very excited about returning to SEM and integrating back into the community.