the gg supervisors


Reid McKnight - Administrative Director

Reid McKnight

"I think the most important thing Geneva Glen gives is to make kids feel big and grow into young men and women of confidence and integrity, it makes summers extraordinary and it makes me feel grateful to be a part of such a storied, cherished and inspired tradition."

  • Hometown: Roxborough, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 31
  • Years on GG Staff: 22

Christa Redford - Assistant Director

Christa Redford

"I believe that the most important thing that Geneva Glen gives is providing an environment that nurtures growth and encourages an individual to become a better version of himself/herself. GG recognizes unique qualities in individuals that may not be seen or identified anywhere else. Camp nurtures and pulls out those qualities. I truly love witnessing this summer after summer."

  • Hometown: Littelton, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 31
  • Years on GG Staff: 21

Johnny Domenico - Creative Programming Officer

Johnny Domenico

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  • Hometown: Boulder, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 23
  • Years on GG Staff: 17

Pete Mahan - Property Manager

Pete Mahan

"The most important thing Geneva Glen Camp provides is the opportunity for a camper to experience the world in a new and unfamiliar manner. GG provides its campers with occasions to get sand in their shoes, mud on their favorite t-shirt, and pine sap on their hands. Guided by loving and supportive counselors our campers grow through the opportunities they have to learn about and explore nature in the Rocky Mountains. Though their interactions with peers they gain wisdom, creativity, independence, integrity, and self-worth. Geneva Glen’s culture of loving support and encouragement inspires campers to realize their potential as leaders in their community and to support their fellows. Geneva Glen provides an opportunity for campers to love and be inspired by the ideals which make the world a better place."

  • Hometown: Fort Collins, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 17
  • Years on GG Staff: 17

Annie Eidenschink - Program Coordinator

Annie Eidenschink

"Geneva Glen gives kids the important opportunity to unplug from the hectic "real" world. This gives them the chance to explore their independence, to express themselves freely and confidently, and to create genuine friendships that will last a lifetime."

  • Hometown: Greenwood Village, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 12
  • Years on GG Staff: 5

Kylie Kachmer - Special Programs Director

Kylie Kachmer

"The most important thing camp gives kids is the opportunity to spend time outdoors, explore the world around them, and interact with their environment and peers in a creative way. Geneva Glen facilitates meaningful relationships and fosters curiosity, empathy, and selflessness in campers. A space that allows kids to express themselves freely, Geneva Glen provides kids an environment to develop their unique identity with support from counselors, cabinmates, and the great outdoors!"

  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 17
  • Years on GG Staff: 6

Madison Diederichs - Head of Girls Hill

Madison Diederichs

"Geneva Glen gives kids the opportunity to have new experiences that they might not have had before, like riding a horse, rock climbing, spending a night sleeping outside, or living with their peers for two weeks. Aside from experiences, Geneva Glen gives its campers crucial skills that can be used for years to come. Campers gain integrity, responsibility, accountability, resilience, a sense of community and belonging, and social skills from their time at Geneva Glen."

  • Hometown: Littleton, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 16
  • Years on GG Staff: 6

Nicholas Kolomitz - Head of Boys Hill

Nicholas Kolomitz

"I think the most important thing Geneva Glen gives young adults is the ability to be a good community member. Living in the camp environment teaches campers as well as staff members the values of teamwork, selflessness, and conservation. As young adults the value of being a good community member is vital for forming lasting relationships. People who come to Geneva Glen are able to form lasting relationships with many different types of people because of these skills."

  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 15
  • Years on GG Staff: 5

Jordan Kramlich - CIT Director

Jordan Kramlich

"Geneva glen gives children the opportunity for personal growth, leadership, and to let their creativity flourish through the fun and unique programs. A strong community is made through wholesome friendships the traditions of songs, activities, and the different generations that make up the camp family."

  • Hometown: Longmont, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 16
  • Years on GG Staff: 5

Levi Gribas - CIT Director

Levi Gribas

"Camp provides children with a welcoming community unhindered by technological forces. Technology is a huge part of our world today providing so many useful tools and opportunities, but at times can really get in the way of our real life connection to the people we are surrounded by. Camp allows us all to re-connect with old friends, new friends, mentors, and also the natural world that surrounds us at camp which is the beautiful Colorado forest. By stepping away from the technology for even just the two weeks at camp, it allows for deep and meaningful relationships to develop."

  • Hometown: Pocatello, ID
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 4
  • Years on GG Staff: 4

Kellie Warren - Head of Trainees

Kellie Warren

"In today’s world, the most important thing camp gives kids is an environment to disconnect from technology and electronics. In building tree forts, digging for worms, and glitter-glueing their arms, kids are learning how to interact with their peers and present their best self to others without hiding behind a screen. These are skills that will serve them throughout even their professional careers."

  • Hometown: Morrison, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 14
  • Years on GG Staff: 4

Troy Witonsky - Head of Trainees

Troy Witonsky

"Geneva Glen instills, nutures, and grows a love of oneself, others and the world around them."

  • Hometown: Littleton, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 14
  • Years on GG Staff: 7

Matt Lederer - Work Crew Boss

Matt Lederer

"The work of Geneva Glen has always been countercultural. Camp is a place where the ideals of integrity, kindness, difference, and humility are celebrated and refined. Our work is dialogue, that plays out among our campers and staff over nine weeks every summer. From the outside it may appear to be only stargazing and Jurassic Park, King Arthur and Council Fires. But underneath everything we do, there exists a conversation about how we can work with each other to develop our bestselfs. In this place we are vigilant for acts of goodness, selflessness and positivity. All while building box forts, telling stories and swinging on 'O Mama."

  • Hometown: Littleton, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 15
  • Years on GG Staff: 7

Caley Moon - Work Crew Boss

Jack Stewart

"I think the most important thing camp gives kids is a place to fail safely. In so many places in a child's life, when they fail, there is no chance for them to reconcile that behavior. At camp, kids not only learn how to pick themselves back up, but how to bring others up with them."

  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 14
  • Years on GG Staff: 4

Abbey Obourn - Dish Crew Boss

Abbey Obourn

"Geneva Glen offers campers and staff alike the opportunity to laugh, to grow and to lead. One of my favorite things about Geneva Glen is its rich tradition and loyal camp family. It is inspiring to see the youngest of campers grow because of Geneva Glen into promising staff members, counseling the kids that they once were. Having been a camper and a staff member, it’s remarkable to be a part of fostering this crucial cycle from camper to staffer.""

  • Hometown: Greenwood Village, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 13
  • Years on GG Staff: 4

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