Our Team

Meet Our Team

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Randi Cairns

Executive Director, Southern NJ/Greater Philly

Randi is the founding Executive Director of Sunrise Day Camp of Southern NJ/Greater Philly. As such, she is responsible for the management of all the region’s programs, operations and community relations. She has spent her entire career in the nonprofit sector and has dedicated over three decades to advocating for children and families. Randi earned a BA in Psychology from Rutgers University and an MS in Human Services with a specialty in Nonprofit Management from Capella University. A Chapel of the Four Chaplains Legion of Honor awardee, Shield of Sparta Heroine of the Infantry recipient, and Harlequin More Than Words “Real Life Heroine, her favorite title is proud mama of four children of her own who she hopes will always know magic and bring magic to the lives of others.

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Craig Hamilton

Development Director

Craig Hamilton is a seasoned non-profit executive with more than 25 years of experience in fundraising, marketing and public relations. Before joining Sunrise, he served as principal of Hamilton Partners, a marketing and fund-raising consulting firm, which he founded in 2017 following 13 years with the Philadelphia Orchestra as its Director of Development, Vice President of the Philly Pops, and Vice President of Global Initiatives and Government Affairs. Prior to his time with the orchestra, Craig was the Executive Director of Development for WHYY, the Director of Marketing and Communications with Opera Philly, and the Publicist for the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. He has a degree in Journalism/Public Relations from Temple University, and also studied at The University of London. He resides in Center City Philadelphia.

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Jennifer Rebetti

Program Coordinator, Sunrise on Wheels

Jenni Rebetti is Program Coordinator for Sunrise on Wheels serving the Southern NJ/Greater Philadelphia area. She has spent over 25 years being of service to others – founding a soccer program that paired special needs athletes with their typical peers to work as mentors in developing social skills and volunteering at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Ronald McDonald House among others. She has supported many of Sunrise’s programs as a volunteer over the years. As Program Coordinator for Sunrise on Wheels, she most enjoys the smiles and laughter that greet the Sunrise team when they roll their magic trunk into the hospital. She considers it a privilege to support these children and families throughout their journey.