Become a Board Member
We are always seeking motivated and experienced people for our Board of Directors. We meet once per month and support camp through fundraising, decision making, accounting, and outreach. Please email us if you are interested.
Meet Our Board of Directors!
Chair of the Board and Registrar
Soil and hazmat nerd and one time award winning costume maker, Andria has her BS in Environmental Science and MS in Soil Science. She works as an environmental specialist for local big science and manufacturing company. She has been with Camp Quest North since 2012 and on the board since 2014. She enjoys downhill ski racing, photography, and cosplay. Andria is now a proud momma of twin tiny humans and three cats. Please be kind to her if she doesn’t respond to emails immediately, she has her hands a bit full.
Rossi discovered Camp Quest in 2015 while looking for STEM based summer camps for his two kids. He decided to join them as a Counselor and fell absolutely in love with CQ! He values empathy, critical thinking, diversity, intelligence, science, our natural world & the incredible beyond. To find a camp whose mission embraces all of those values and more, was incredibly meaningful to him, and he’s been volunteering ever since. Professionally, Rossi’s entire career has been in IT, and he has been supporting a large not-for-profit health care system in Minnesota since 2004. He is a full-time single dad, who loves to spend time with his kids outdoors, and playing board games together at home.
Secretary, Social Media Specialist, and Planning Extraordinaire
Emily Johnson has been going to Camp Quest since she was 10, and was very eager to become more involved in her adult life. She has been on the board since October 2018, and has served on the planning committee since 2017. Emily has a BS in Business Management from Minnesota State University, Mankato, and is currently working as an apartment manager. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, baking, and playing with her kitty!
Audrey got acquainted with Camp Quest North only through her involvement with HumanistsMN over the past 10 years. She served on their board for 8 years, 5 of them as President. Born and raised a devout Lutheran in rural Minnesota, Audrey made her way to NYC in her twenties to go to seminary. She ended up an atheist. She then re-directed her life to the field of education—in publishing and high school teaching. After 16 years she returned to Minnesota and discovered contemporary humanism at the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis. From there she became acquainted with HumanistsMN. An ardent advocate of humanism, Audrey is eager to use her skills to build a more robust, intergenerational humanist movement where Camp Quest can play a pivotal role.