Camp Fire Names Two New Members to the National Board of Trustees to Kick Off 2023

KANSAS CITY, MO (Jan. 9, 2023)National inclusive youth development organization Camp Fire, is proud to announce that it has added two new members to its National Board of Trustees: U.S. Air Force Hydraulics Technician and Camp Fire alum  Madison Green, and Vice President and Strategic Environmental Consultant at WSP USA, Cheryl Kreindler.

“Cheryl and Madison each bring very different experiences and perspectives that will enrich our national board and help lead us into the future,” said Greg Zweber, Camp Fire National Headquarters CEO. “We are honored that they are willing to invest in Camp Fire and share their expertise: Madison as an involved Camp Fire youth, local board member, and now alumni, and Cheryl as 30-year corporate professional focused on growth, operations, and business development.”

Meet them both:

Cheryl Kreindler

Cheryl Kreindler is a vice president and strategic environmental consultant at WSP USA Inc. with more than 30-years experience. She works with clients to create performance-based programs and optimize business processes using systematic approaches. In addition to her client work, Cheryl has held business development and operations roles to drive growth and deliver against the company business plan. When not working, Cheryl spends her time hiking, reading, and cooking. She has completed the 1,400+ mile Buckeye Trail and has turned her attention to hiking the North Country National Scenic Trail, a 4,800+ mile trail that runs between North Dakota and Vermont. Cheryl resides in Ohio with her husband, Mark.

Madison Green

Madison Green is currently serving in the US Air Force as a Hydraulics Technician on F15s, F16s, and A10s. When she is not keeping pilots in the sky, she is working diligently to complete her Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Sciences at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University where she will be graduating in December. Madison has been involved with Camp Fire since middle school, volunteering at various outreach programs. In high school, she had the opportunity to serve as a youth member of the local board, where she was able to gain first-hand experience planning and executing various fundraising initiatives. Currently living in North Carolina, Madison enjoys exploring the mountains with her close friends.

Welcome, Madison and Cheryl! We are excited to have your leadership for 2023 and beyond.



Growing up is hard. That’s why Camp Fire connects young people to the outdoors, to others, and to themselves. Founded in 1910, Camp Fire was the first nonsectarian, multiracial organization for girls but today is an inclusive national youth development nonprofit that serves all young people. By creating safe spaces where young people can have fun and be themselves, its 47 affiliates in 24 states provides affirming, year-round, youth-driven experiences—school day programs, afterschool programs, leadership programs, and camps and outdoor education—that enable youth to develop essential skills that have long-term benefits and make a positive social impact on the world. 

For more information please contact:

Erin K Risner, Director of Marketing & Communications, Camp Fire National Headquarters, 913.289.4773,

January 9, 2023

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