Richard Camlin is the coordinator of adult education with the Belle W. Baruch Foundation at Hobcaw
Barony. Having grown up fishing the creeks of North Inlet and Winyah Bay, he has always had an interest
in the natural resources of the area. His great uncle, Howard Dorn, managed Hobcaw Barony for
Bernard Baruch in the 1950s which piqued Richard’s interest in learning about the property. Upon college
graduation, he was hired by the lead trustee of the Belle W. Baruch Foundation, Ms. Ella Severin, to
assist with daily activities on the Barony. Having worked for Belle Baruch’s close friend and companion,
Richard learned stories from her that encouraged him to dig deeper into the history of the property.