I am honored to serve as your Camp Wyandot, Inc. Executive Director and Overnight Camp Director. For the past 8 summers I have enjoyed being the Wyandot Overnight Camp Director, and for the past 6 years I have been the Executive Director. I grew up in Camp Fire and went to Camp Wyandot as a camper, CIT, staff member, camp director and council district director. I left and directed camps in 4 states and Malaysia, and served on the national staff of Camp Fire, USA and ACA. I have had the pleasure of teaching Camp Director courses around the world for the International Camping Fellowship.
After moving back to Ohio in 2015, I am adapting to changes, reconnecting with old friends and making new young ones. I truly appreciate the solid background Camp Wyandot gave me. I love the opportunity to play a part in impacting childrens’ lives and helping create new memories for everyone. I know there will are some challenges to face but I look forward to Camp Wyandot Inc.’s exciting future.
Program Manager/Office Manager
After driving a schoolbus for 27 Years, the last 15 at New Albany – Plain Local Schools, and after 20 years of running my own tiny non-profit, I retired to care for my mother in my home for 4 years. Afterward I joyfully found Camp Wyandot in need of an Office Administrator. My experience with office procedures, amateur web design, non-profit work, love of nature and kids, make this a perfect new challenge for me, and I’m highly motivated to be an asset to Camp Wyandot!
I am a Monarch Butterfly Activist, and in summer, I enjoy prairie and native plant gardening.
Charles Woodrum Jr.
Camp Otonwe Director
I am a music teacher with a lifetime of camping experience. I have been affiliated with numerous camps in Ohio, New York, and New England.
My desire to become a music teacher is rooted in the singing in the camp dining hall and at campfires.
I am looking forward to sharing my experiences and learning more about the Otonwe traditions.
I am excited to be creating a new and interesting program, rooted in the the long history of Camp Otonwe & Camp Wyandot.