Section Leadership

Section Chief

Andrew Adler

Vigil Honor

Andrew is an Eagle Scout from Troop 89 out of Monroe, NC. In his troop, he has been a Senior Patrol Leader and Junior Assistant Scoutmaster. In the OA, he has been a Chapter Chief, Elangomat Committee Chair, and Lodge Chief of Itibapishe Iti Hollo Lodge.

Andrew has been on Summer Camp staff for 4 years. In his first year he was a CIT at Camp John J. Barnhardt. His second year, he was in the Outdoor Skills area at Camp Barnhardt. His next two years were spent at Trevor Rees-Jones Scout Camp in Athens, Texas as part of Circle Ten Council. Here he worked in Health Science and Aquatics.

In his personal life, he was a swimmer in high school and a member of the National BETA Club. He is attending North Carolina State University to study Electrical Engineering. He is Naval ROTC Midshipman in the Wolfpack Battalion at NC State.

Section Vice Chief

Jamie Martin

Vigil Honor

Jamie is a past Lodge Chief of Unali’Yi Lodge. He is a Vigil Honor member. He was elected Section Vice Chief at the 2022 Cornerstone Conclave at Camp John J Barnhardt.

Section Secretary

Grace Franklin

Vigil Honor

As an Eagle Scout from Troop 91 in the Indian Waters Council, Grace has served as founding SPL, Troop Guide, Patrol Scribe, OA Representative, Jr. Assistant Scoutmaster, and Assistant Scoutmaster. In Muscogee Lodge and Section E7, she has served as Vice Chief of Indian Affairs, Training Chairman, and Section Program Coordinator. She is currently a ceremonialist, fancy shawl dancer, and Muscogee Lodge Chief.

Grace joined the Camp Barstow Staff in 2020 as a Bundleboss. She has taught Aquatics as a Lifeguard and currently serves as the Assistant Scoutcraft director leading the E-Corp bundle as well as COPE and Climbing instructor. She is also a member of the Climbing Committee.

Grace will attend Western Carolina University as a Freshman in the Fall. She earned her Wilderness EMT this January and plans to major in Interdisciplinary Studies combining Parks and Recreation Management and Emergency Medical Care as a member of the Brinson Honors College.