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: 33
  • Years on GG Staff: 24

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: Littleton, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 33
  • Years on GG Staff: 23

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: 19
  • Years on GG Staff: 19

Nick Kolomitz - Facilities Director

Nick 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: 17
  • Years on GG Staff: 7

Grace Campbell - Interim Program Director

Grace Campbell

"I think that the most important thing that camp gives children the ability to find themselves and have a sense of freedom - there are no stresses of what the "real world" is and they are taken away from their technology. They can be whoever they want to be at camp, but they also form their own community at camp that over time becomes like a family to them. They can find themselves in this community and also find friends that make them want to be their true selves and have peers that they can always count on. Overall camp takes out the stress of the "real world" and gives kids a raw and authentic place to be that is just fun for them."

  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 18
  • Years on GG Staff: 6

Cooper McCleery - Program Coordinator

Cooper McCleery

"I think the best thing that camp offers campers is a break. Although kids are not always the ones seen as needing a vacation, the expectations of school, friends and family can become a very overwhelming thing. This year has been a challenging one is quite the understatement. Being able to offer campers a space where their primary goal is to have fun and make friends allows them to explore the parts of themselves that may get buried by stress. However, I think it could be argued by theper younger campers the best thing camp offers is store."

  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 6
  • Years on GG Staff: 10

Jordan Clouse - Head of Girls Hill

Jordan Clouse

"I think the most important thing camp gives is a place to explore who you are and let your imagination run wild, regardless of your age! Campers are able to connect with nature and other kids in a way they normally might not be able to, and try new things in a safe, accepting environment. The result is generations of kids who feel more comfortable in being themselves, more empathetic of others, and more inspired by the magic of the world around us."

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

Harris Griswold - Head of Boys Hill

Harris Griswold

"I think the most important thing that Geneva Glen gives is an environment where genuine friendships are built upon both individual content of character and the great outdoors. Camp encourages kids to respect each other based on their positive contribution to a group, and by sharing experiences both in and out of their comfort zones, kids form relationships that are incredibly strong and pure. To this day, all of my best friendships in life were formed at Geneva Glen. I want to give back and help create this same environment for kids so that they can reap the benefits of such strong friendships through adulthood like so many of us past campers."

  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 14
  • Years on GG Staff: 5

Charlotte Dean- Head of Counselor Development

Charlotte Dean

"I think that the most important thing that Geneva Glen does is provide a safe and supportive environment for kids. Camp offers them a place of respite from the pressures and expectations of the 'real world.' Here they can grow into themselves and cultivate high-quality relationships. Geneva Glen has shaped me into the person I am today and continues to push me to be a better person. I hope that everyone who leaves camp will leave with a love for the world around them but, more importantly, themselves."

  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 8
  • Years on GG Staff: 4

James Kohler- Head of Counselor Development

James Kohler

"Geneva Glen to me is about the circle of people who guide you into the best version of yourself. As a camper, I had counselors who were strong, trusting, incredible role models and still are for me today, even when your time together becomes distant. The friends I made as a camper from the ages of 8 through 16 are still some of the closest, most genuine relationships of my life. On staff, that experience flourishes once again and it means the world for me to nurture the same experience I’ve had for my campers. Spending the summers at Geneva Glen has influenced me to be the person I am today and I could not be more confident in that statement. At Geneva Glen, campers are surrounded by people committed to making fond memories, friendships and outdoor appreciation."

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

Lauren Clouse - Head of Trainees

Lauren Clouse

"I think the most important thing Geneva Glen gives is it provides kids with relationships and memories that will last lifetimes. Kids will cherish memories of their camp experiences, hold on to friendships that makes them grow, and wait in anticipation for the next time they can drive up through the gates of camp. Even when they leave, the community and support is always there."

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

Landon Cramer - Head of Trainees

Landon Cramer

"There is something magical about camp, and anyone that has been to Geneva Glen could tell you that. The most magical aspect of camp in my eyes is its ability to release your inner child. Parents travel back in time as they feel the stories about their children getting out in dodgeball or singing around a fire. Kids can roam around a world filled with fairies and dragons. Whatever your inner child is, it is found in the worry-free environment of camp. Over the past year I have lost touch with this feeling, and can’t wait to share in the awe inspiring moments Geneva Glen will create this summer to bring back the inner child in everyone."

  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 15
  • Years on GG Staff: 4

Emily Kastner - Crew Boss

Grace Campbell

"I think the most important thing Geneva Glen gives is a place where kids can be their true selves without some of the pressures and judgements of the 'real world'. Camp provides a unique opportunity for kids to grow into themselves and create strong connections with others. I am so grateful for camp because it has given me lifelong friendships and shaped me into the person I am today. My biggest hope for campers is that as they leave Geneva Glen, they leave with some muddy clothes and full hearts."

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

Annie Rudnick- Crew Boss

Annie Rudnick

"I think the most important thing camp can give to people is community. Camp allows a person to discover themselves outside of what is their normal. Through this reinvention they are able to connect with other people at camp on a deeper level than usually found in today’s society. These friendships are lifelong and are build on a foundation of strong character and authenticity. Geneva Glen is a family that sticks together for a lifetime."

  • Hometown: Denver, CO
  • Years at Geneva Glen: 8
  • Years on GG Staff: 3

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