Every successful organization has a history, mission, and vision.  During 2017 Higher Level Camps (HLC) is proud to be working with an author, Karla Jensen, to unravel the story behind its proud heritage.   Jensen and Cheryl Mohr, founder of HLC, met at Wayland Academy, where HLC has hosted summer basketball camps for several years.  When Karla learned about the success of HLC and its staying power as the longest running independent AAU basketball organization in the state she was interested in sharing this story with others.  Cheryl has agreed to work with Karla in sharing an in-depth profile of the leadership and development of HLC.

Release Date: May 13, 2018 at Wayland Academy

About the Author: Karla Jensen:

  • Author of Nobody’s Hero: The Story of a Marine Scout Sniper (nonfiction book)
  • Recurring Columnist for LocaLeben Regional Arts and Culture Magazine in Wisconsin for five years  2012-present
  • Editor/Designer of past Wisconsin Poet’s President Michael Belongie’s 7th Poetry Collection Now is All We Have
  • Editor of The Second Story, compilation of works from the Beaver Dam Senior Center Writers Group
  • Editor/Design and Layout of The Food in Art Cookbook for the Beaver Dam Area Arts Association
  • Published playwright with Contemporary Drama Service since 2006-present
  • Live Theatre Reviewer for the Daily Citizen Newspaper
  • Founder and leader of the Seippel Arts Center Writers Group from 2006-2016
  • Leader of the Beaver Dam Senior Center Writers Group for six years
  • Founder of Young Writers Boot Camp at the Seippel Arts Center, Beaver Dam
  • Regional speaker, writing instructor, ghost writer, and author
  • Participant in National Novel Writing Month every November for 5 years
  • Grant Writer for nonprofits including Beaver Dam Area Arts, Church Health Services and churches/pastors