Meet Our Staff

Julia Fergus 

Summer Camp Director & Summer Camp Teacher for rising 3rd - 6th grade

Julia Fergus, originally from Greensboro, North Carolina, earned her Bachelor's Degree in Art with a minor in History from Greensboro College in 2015. Presently, she serves as the Director of Extended Day, Mini-Camps, and Summer Camps at Our Lady of Grace Catholic School. In addition to her directorial role, Ms. Fergus is the Social Media Specialist for Our Lady of Grace Catholic School, showcasing her versatility in contributing to various aspects of the school community. She also teaches Middle School Art and First Grade Religion.

Beyond her professional commitments, Ms. Fergus enjoys a diverse range of hobbies, including traveling, cooking, baking, photography, art, reading, Salsa & bachata dancing, and spending quality time with family, friends, and her cherished 4-year-old Doxiepoo, Theo.  


Assistant Camp Director  & Extended Care Staff

Leighann Stone 

Summer Camp Teacher for rising Pre-K - 2nd grade

Returning for her second year with us, Ms. Stone brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to our camp community. Beyond camp life, she's embarking on her second year of teaching fifth grade at Our Lady of Grace Catholic School! In prior years she spent her time teaching with Guilford County Schools. When she's not igniting young minds, Ms. Stone cherishes moments with her daughter and their purr-fect feline companions.  But here's the fun twist: Did you know? Ms. Stone once sprinkled a little Disney magic during her time working at Disney World! 

Dennis Finnegan 

Basketball Camp Coach

Coach Finnegan is a graduate of St John’s University in Queens, NY.   

Coach Finnegan has been coaching youth basketball for over 30 years beginning in New York City with the CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) leagues. In 1994 his family moved to North Carolina from New York and his three children attended Our Lady Grace School and were all student athletes for the Panthers. 

Additionally, he coached for over 18 years with the Greensboro Lady Gaters, a girls traveling basketball program which represents Greensboro and surrounding areas. In 2006 the Lady Gaters placed 3rd at the DII National Championships in Branson, MO.  This winning team included three OLG players.

He has conducted youth basketball camps for over 5 years with the goal of teaching basketball fundamentals, group camaraderie and athletic conditioning during a fun week of camp atmosphere. 

His basketball philosophy includes is a strong emphasis on teaching basketball fundamentals, player conditioning and teamwork.  

OLG Coaching Accomplishments

5 PECSAA (Piedmont Elementary Catholic School Athletic Association) titles

2 Shamrock Tournament Championships 

Provided the foundation for players to continue playing basketball at the high school level.