National Board of Trustees
Danette Andley, Chair
Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer, Health Care Business Group at 3M
Danette Andley is currently the Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for the Health Care Business Group at 3M. She is responsible for driving demand generation and building sales and marketing competency. Prior to this role she held roles in Strategy and Business Development, Lean Six Sigma, Global Marketing, International Operations and Marketing Excellence, and Global Business Management. She has served as the Chair of the 3M Marketing Senate and Chair of the 3M U.S. Women’s Leadership Forum. Prior to joining 3M, Danette held positions at St. Luke’s Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri and Fleishman-Hillard She has an undergraduate degree in Marketing and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis. Danette lives in St. Paul, Minnesota with her husband Abhi and is a proud mom of three children Ian, Ashwin, and Reya.
Andrea Woods, Vice Chair
Regional Vice President of Operations, Compass Group NA/Morrison Living
Andrea Woods is an experienced vice president with a demonstrated history of results in the food & beverage industry. She is skilled in organizational strategy, operations management, sales & marketing, and research & design. Andrea has an M.B.A. in Global Business and a Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma. She is currently writing her dissertation to achieve a Doctoral in Business Administration. Andrea has been with the Compass Group for 17 years in various roles throughout the organization. Andrea resides in Georgia with her husband, Tony. She loves to spend her free time reading, cooking, playing competitive tennis and spoiling her grandkids.
Amber M. Grundy, Ph.D., Secretary
CEO, Camp Fire River Bend
Amber has been involved with Camp Fire and Camp Tannadoonah since 1985 as a camper, counselor, waterfront director, board member, and now full time staff member. She was the Camp Tannadoonah Director from 2006-2017, and has served as Chief Executive Officer for Camp Fire River Bend since 2011. Amber earned her doctorate in Developmental Psychology from the University of Notre Dame. Her research focus was on middle childhood and early adolescence. Amber and her husband, Chas are parents to four young campers – Avery (12), Elyse (10), Kieran (5), and Harrison (3).
Ken Schoeneck, Treasurer
Vice President, Engineering & Technology, Trane Technologies
Ken is vice president of engineering & technology for the Trane Commercial HVAC, NA & EMEA SBU at Ingersoll Rand. Ken works with the SBU leadership team to provide thought leadership, influence and hands-on engagement in order to develop, direct and implement the innovation agenda for Trane Commercial HVAC at Ingersoll Rand. He oversees the full spectrum of the engineering & technology agenda within Trane Commercial HVAC, from developing engineering talent, intellectual property, technologies, products and processes to achieve the SBU’s long-term business objectives and business growth aspirations. Ken is a past Industry Member of the C.C. Cameron Applied Research Center Advisory Board at the University of North Caroline at Charlotte. Ken holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Iowa State University and a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University.
Maggie Bailey, Board Member
Maggie Bailey is a junior at Carroll College in Helena, Montana. She will be graduating in May 2023 with a double major in biochemistry and molecular biology with a minor in sociology. Since she was three years old, Maggie has been involved in Camp Fire, starting in clubs and attending camp. She has been a camp counselor, a youth member for her local councils board of directors, a national youth advisory cabinet member and has obtained her work, health, love reward. Maggie is the secretary for her college’s Circle K club, a community service-based club, and a research intern for an analytical chemistry project through Carroll College funded by NASA. She enjoys skiing, hiking, swimming, and spending time with her dog, friends, and family in her free time.
Renee Meek, Board Member
Executive Director, Camp Fire Green Country
Renee Meek is the Executive Director for Camp Fire Green Country in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Renee joined Camp Fire in 2015 after eight years with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma, serving in roles from event coordinator to Chief Development Officer for the statewide organization. She has extensive experience in nonprofit management with a proven track record in fundraising and donor development. Prior to starting her career in non-profit, she worked in corporate marketing, advertising, and sales. Renee graduated from Oklahoma State University and lives in Tulsa with her husband Dan of 17 years.
Cheryl Kreindler, Board Member
President & Strategic Environmental Consultant, WSP USA, Inc.
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 the runs between North Dakota and Vermont. Cheryl resides in Ohio with her husband, Mark.
Madison Green, Board Member
Madison Green is currently serving in the US Air Force as a Hydraulics Technician on F15s, F16s, and A10. When she is not keeping pilots in the sky, she is working diligently to complete her Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Sciences at Embry-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.
Senior Leadership Team
Greg Zweber, he/him
President & CEO
Greg has 24 years of experience in both the nonprofit and corporate sectors as well as a passion for youth empowerment. Greg previously held the position of Chief Affiliate Officer at Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of America based in Tampa, Florida, where he had been for the past four years working closely with 256 affiliates and managing a large portion of their S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation grant. He was promoted three times since 2015, leading the organization in critical roles with increasing responsibility. Previously, he spent seven years as the Executive Director with an affiliate, BBBS of Southern Minnesota and 11 years before that growing professionally in the insurance and financial services industry. He brings experience in board recruitment, fundraising, financial management, youth development, and organizational stabilization and growth. Greg earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Communications from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, and served in the Peace Corps in Ecuador for two years following his graduation from St. Thomas. Greg and his wife Nicole have been married for 20 years and have three children.
Shawna Rosenzweig, she/her
Chief Strategy Officer
Shawna earned a Master’s Degree in Curriculum & Instruction at University of Wisconsin-Madison. She holds a B.A. in Sociology and a minor in Education and Applied Psychology from University of California Santa Barbara. For the past decade, Shawna has worked in Positive Youth Development, bringing with her an expertise in curriculum design, civic engagement and program quality improvement in out-of-school-time settings. Shawna joined Camp Fire in June 2013. Previously, she worked at Thrive Foundation for Youth and Global Kids in New York City. Shawna also spent time in the Middle East, developing and facilitating education material for various organizations promoting conflict resolution among teens in the Israeli Palestinian Conflict, including Seeds of Peace, Just Vision, and Parents Circle-Families Forum. In her current role, she is responsible for Camp Fire National Headquarters’ program quality, evaluation, and program staff training and development efforts.
Erin K Risner, she/her
Director, Marketing & Communications
Erin brings 15+ years of strategic communications, digital marketing, and leadership experience across the nonprofit, tech, social entrepreneurship, and philanthropy sectors. She excels in helping brands cut through the fluff so they can share their work in clear ways that everyone can understand. This has contributed to her successful track record in brand building and digital campaigns for global and national brands. She has also secured and managed high-level strategic partnerships (Warner Bros., Disney Studios/20th Century, Amazon Studios, AOL, Levi’s, Gates Foundation, and ONE Campaign), spearheaded PR and agency relationships, leveraged social media and influencers, managed diverse teams, and led multi-faceted digital campaigns that have reached more than 36 million+ people. Her career travels have taken her all over the world and have contributed greatly to the person she is today. She’s always been passionate about young people: for over a decade she has proudly served on the board for Girls to School, and in 2018 became a CASA volunteer. Erin graduated from Drury University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Integrated Media and Global Studies. She joined Camp Fire in May 2017 and resides in Kansas City with her two vivacious kiddos.
Greg Booth, he/him
Director, Finance & Administration
Greg received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration from the California State University, Fullerton and is a licensed CPA. After three years in public accounting with Ernst & Young and then several years gaining experience and seeking his preferred area of service, Greg transitioned to the nonprofit sector and spent the next 17 years at the international headquarters of a denominational church with a presence in 51 countries. It was during this time that he found his passion for serving organizations whose mission is to make a meaningful impact on the lives of individuals and communities. In his current role, he continues to uphold the fiduciary obligation of all nonprofits to be good stewards over the resources entrusted to them to support the organization’s mission. He further believes in the importance for vehicles to ‘Share the Road’ with bicycles, as he cycles to work as often as possible.
Connie Dresie, she/her
Director, Council Support
Connie serves as the staff lead in monitoring councils’ support needs to ensure they maintain organizational effectiveness and adhere to national headquarters’ corporate requirements. She has a 37-year history with the organization in a variety of roles and is a Camp Fire alumna. She holds an Associate’s Degree in Secretarial Science from Longview Community College, Lee’s Summit, Mo.
Chris Wagner, he/him
Director, Office Technology & Administration
Chris serves as staff lead for all IT systems at Camp Fire National Headquarters. He has a background in programming and systems/application support and has worked in the field for 16 years. Prior to Camp Fire, Chris worked as a programmer and IT Manager. He has worked both for-profit and nonprofit and has led initiatives including a community network project in his hometown of Atchison, KS. Chris holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Missouri Western State University.
Nikki Roe Cropp, she/her
Director, Program Effectiveness
In her role, Nikki works with affiliate councils to increase program capacity and improve program quality. Her areas of concentration include staff development, program assessment, curriculum implementation, and program framework application. Nikki previously worked at a local Camp Fire council, serving as the director of program quality. Prior to Camp Fire, she worked more than ten years with a Big Brothers Big Sisters affiliate. Nikki also served on the Big Brothers Big Sisters National Child Safety Task Force. Nikki is passionate about helping all youth reach their full potential and believes whole-heartily in the power of relationships to make this happen. Nikki has her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master’s Level Certificate in Non-Profit Management.
Camp Fire National Staff
LaSheé Thomas, she/her
Manager, Executive Operations
Ben Matthews, they/them
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Access Manager
Julia Fleenor, she/her
Staff Advisor to the National Youth Advisory Cabinet
Hannah Howard, she/her
Evaluation Manager, Staff Advisor to the National Youth Advisory Cabinet
Joyce Kennedy, she/her
Project Coordinator, Council Effectiveness
Valerie Kilpatrick, she/her
Catherine Koons Hubbard, she/her
Manager of Nature and Outdoor Programming
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