Board & Committees

Nature Camp Foundation Board of Directors

Annie White, President

Chris Chamberlin, Vice-President

Sarah Hulcher, Secretary

Amy Wingfield Clark, Treasurer

Alia Anderson, At Large

Graelyn Brashear, At Large

Joseph M Irby II, Development Committee Chair

Kevin Wheeler, Finance Committee Chair

Nell J. Fredericksen, Communications Chair

Corey Basham, Service Weekend Chair

Nature Camp Foundation Committees

Communications Committee

The Communications Committee coordinates efforts to ensure that members of the Nature Camp family are kept abreast of developments within the Foundation and issues that affect Nature Camp. It oversees print communications such as brochures and publishes The Afterglow, distributing it by email, post, and website. It coordinates the content of the web sites for both the Nature Camp Foundation and Nature Camp, Inc.

Development Committee

The Development Committee plans and conducts the annual giving campaign to raise funds for the Foundation, identifies potential sources of funding, seeks grant support, and thanks donors.

Service Weekend Committee

The Service Weekend Committee plans and coordinates volunteers to assist with the maintenance and improvements  of the physical facilities of Nature Camp during Service Weekends.

These are held twice a year – the third weekend in May and the third weekend in September, typically, starting at about noon Friday until Sunday about 3:00 pm. Volunteers enjoy the full use of camp facilities, and projects abound for both skilled and unskilled labor – everyone is welcome.

Finance Committee

The Finance Committee develops investment policies and oversees the investment, management, and accounting of the financial assets of the Foundation. It reviews quarterly statements and annual independent audits.


Fall Service Weekend 2016

     Fall Service Weekend 2016 was a resounding success with milestones achieved and grand, new projects announced. All of the buildings in Camp have been re-roofed during a recent Service Weekend and are now better protected from the elements. Those tireless laborers who have shucked old roofing, hefted heavy packs of new shingles on […]