Board of Directors

The Geneva Glen Board of Directors is a group of volunteer individuals comprised of camper parents, alumni, former campers, former staff, or others vitally interested in Geneva Glen Camp. The Board is responsible for general supervision and control of property, buildings, and equipment of the camp; is responsible for general management and policy, for the allocation of funds, and for making arrangements and changes for the camp which are deemed advisable in keeping with the general purpose for which the camp was established.

2023 Board Solicitation

The Geneva Glen Board of Directors Nominating Committee is now accepting applications until Nov 30, 2022. Board members serve up to a three-year term, beginning February 2023, and board members may serve a total of up to three terms, for a maximum of nine years.

We strive towards a diverse board, with a range of demographics and skills to serve Geneva Glen with their time, talents, gifts, professional expertise, and love of the Glen! Currently, we are looking for people with experience in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Capital Project Management, Legal or Fundraising experience. Geneva Glen has been fortunate to have more high quality candidates than Board seats available. We may not be able to accommodate everyone who is interested in contributing as a Board member at this time.

Application Process:

  1. Review this form in its entirety, including the expectations and code of conduct in the next section. If you can meet the expectations for a GG Board of Director position, please complete this form and return to
  2. The deadline for submitting this signed application is November 30, 2022.
  3. The Nominating Committee will consider all applications submitted and may request a follow up interview.
  4. All nominees will be notified in January. Individuals are expected to attend the first Board meeting in 2023 on February 1, 2023.

Time Commitment:

The Board of Directors meets a minimum of six to eight times throughout the year, in the normal course of business. Committee meetings will vary, but generally meet two to four times per year (each committee is different). On average, you can expect to spend two to four hours per week involved in board-related activities. We anticipate fundraising and camp family engagement will be a significant part of the work for every Board member.

Fundraising Commitment:

Every board member is expected to make a cash donation, as distinguished from in-kind contributions of time and resources, on an annual basis. It is expected that, while in service as a member of the Geneva Glen Board of Directors, Geneva Glen will be a preference in terms of the director’s charitable giving.

Questions: please reach out to

Ford Allison


Board Member since 2018

I have been privileged to be associated with Geneva Glen for more than 35 years. It is a remarkable place that provides a magical environment for children to develop a sense of self and self-confidence. I have been a camper, staff member, camper parent, and am now in my second round of contributing on the Board. As a professional in the human service and non-profit world, I am excited to work with such a great team of Board Directors and staff, who are committed to providing campers a positive experience, maintaining the sustainability of our property and forest, and strengthening our diversity and inclusiveness. I look forward to celebrating our 100th Anniversary in 2022, and ensuring GG’s prosperity for the next 100 years.

Stephanie Fishkin Kiley

Vice Chair

Board Member since 2014

My membership on the board is the culmination of my 35 year relationship with Geneva Glen. I started as a camper in 1980, worked for camp in 1988-1989, and now send my sons to camp. For me, to sit on the board of an organization that I hold so close to my heart was the next logical step. Returning to Geneva Glen in a more active role camp represents a sort of homecoming. I am excited to offer my real world experiences and help shape the direction of camp as we look towards camp’s 100th anniversary and sustainability for the next 100 years.

John Arigoni


Board Member since 2018

Geneva Glen is one of the foundational pillars upon which I have built my life. My 10 years as a camper and 4 years as a staff member are truly some of my fondest memories. My time as a camper taught my the value of outright honesty, open-mindedness, and the immeasurable worth of building true friendships. As a staff member, I became fascinated with the inner workings of GG and its consequent impact on youth development. From horseback to high on the ropes course, the programming at GG unleashes one's inner-child (regardless of age) and provides a safe and supportive environment in which anyone is comfortable being themselves. I am proud to serve on the GG board and do my part to continue GG's genuinely life-changing experience.

Andrew Todd


Board Member since 2018

Of all of the incredible experiences that I had as a camper and counselor at Geneva Glen, perhaps the greatest thing that camp revealed to me was my incredible wife (we walked together through the magical Native American hoop ceremony during American Heritage!!!). As our two daughters grew up, we sang camp songs to help them get to sleep and now, they contently dream about each next summer in their happy place. I am beyond honored to have the opportunity to serve as a board member of this magical place as we approach GG’s 100th anniversary, helping to chart its future while honoring its incredible past.

Tim Amass

Health & Wellness Committee Chair

Board Member since 2020

Jenn Beck

Engagement & Development Committee Chair

Board Member since 2020

A highlight of several of my summers in the 90s was packing my gigantic duffle bag to head to camp at Geneva Glen. My stomach still turns with excitement when I turn onto Parmalee Gulch Road. Now, I hope to bring my professional experience in communications and fundraising to ensure the camp magic is available to many generations to come.

Dan Goldhamer

Stewardship Committee Co-Chair

Board Member since 2016

I am incredibly lucky that Geneva Glen has been a part of my life. The lessons I learned, friends I made (including my incredible wife Sara Hazel) and memories from my camper and staff days are truly one of the treasures of my life. I attended Geneva Glen as a camper in the 90’s and had 5 amazing years on staff in the 2000s. It was at camp where I developed my love of the outdoors and gratitude for the what magic and imagination can bring into the lives of children. I am incredibly honored that I now have the opportunity to give back in a different way to camp as a board member and humble steward for Geneva Glen.

Jeanne LaFleur Mondrus

HR / Risk Management Chair

Board Member since 2014

I grew up at Geneva Glen, starting at the ripe age of five. I often tell people that I learned as much from GG as I did from my own parents. The camp bond between my siblings and me is a gift I can never repay. I'm thrilled to contribute as a board member, supporting the unmatched programs and relationships for future generations. I'm thankful my three young boys have Geneva Glen to guide them in discovering their true self and allowing them to just be a kid in the Colorado outdoors.

Alexa Lanpher

Member at large

Board Member since 2020

Geneva Glen has been a part of my life since the age of twelve. It remains a powerful building block in the development of my character, instilling integrity, confidence, and a strong desire to serve others in both my career and personal life. Watching my daughter experience the Magic of The Glen has only strengthened my desire to give back to this amazing organization. I am incredibly grateful to have the opportunity to serve as a board member, and to add my experience to best prepare Geneva Glen for the next 100 years.

Dan Lewis

Member at large

Board Member since 2020

Jeff Thormodsgaard

Member at large

Board Member since 2021

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