Director

Timotheus & Kendra Pope

Timotheus Pope is a passionate, fun-loving, cartoon-crazed, out of the box, little boy trapped in a grown man’s body. T. Pope is a graduate of Mary Washington College with a BA in Religion and concentration in Philosophy, has spent over 15 years in camp, and is the Director of Citikidz. He serves here with his amazing wife Kendra, who is a graduate of Ole Miss, and together, they have seven children: three strong sons, Simeon, Judah, and Asher, and four delightful daughters Jada, Kayla, Susanna, and Charity. Pope’s favorite superhero of all time is Batman, he is a Green Bay Packers fan, and basketball is his sport of choice.

tlpope@sb2w.org
klpope@sb2w.org

Aaron serves as the Director of Operations for SB2W Citikidz and loves venturing outdoors to explore Gods creation. He is a graduate of Slippery Rock University and has been on staff since 2010. Jordan is a graduate of Houghton College and served on staff with SB2W since 2009. She transitioned to working full time for the North Star Youth Outreach in 2013 and served until 2014.  They married in February 2013. The Goods have two delightfully daring daughters, Brinley Praise, and Karis Ivy and are expecting baby number three in April 2019.

amgood@sb2w.org

Director of Operations

Aaron & Jordan Good

Kaleo Director & Women’s Director

Alan & Kenisha Jones

Alan Jones is a 2012 graduate of James Madison University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a 2014 graduate of JMU with a Master’s degree in Public Administration, with a concentration in Public and Non-Profit Management. Alan serves as the Kaleo Director. He married his beautiful wife Kenisha in 2015. Kenisha Jones is a 2014 graduate of James Madison University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance Education. The Jones’ have one son, Ezekiel, who was born in February of 2017.

aljones@sb2w.org

Dominique Scott is a 2010 graduate of James Madison University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Studies. He has spent over 12 years in camp. He is married to the elegant Sharae Scott, also a graduate of JMU. They serve here with three spectacular sons. Nehemiah their compassionate defender, Gabriel their gentle warrior, and Eli their adversity-overcomer. He currently serves as the Director of Affairs and Staff Development. Dominique’s favorite film franchise of all time is “Rocky”. He is a passionate Cowboys fan and overall sports enthusiast!

dascott@sb2w.org

Director of Affairs and Staff Development

Dominique & Sharae Scott

Director of Facilities

Brandon & Christy Claycomb

Brandon Claycomb serves Citikidz as the Director of Facilities, spending his time maintaining buildings and vehicles, beautifying our property, and stewarding all equipment with the best of care. He is married to Dr. Christy Claycomb, a veterinarian, and they have four children: Briar, Gage, Nash, and Tad.

Luisa Huertas serves as the Administrative Director for Citikidz. Born and raised in South America Colombia until the age of 11 and has now lived in the States since 2004. She is a 2015 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science in Economics, has served as a counselor multiple summers since 2013 and is now full time staff as of July 2019. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing soccer, and exploring the outdoors. 

Administrative Director

Luisa Huertas

Plumbline

Plumbline are responsible for coaching, challenging, training, and impacting staff with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through using your gifts, encouraging others in theirs, serving without complaint and having fun the entire time. They make camp happen and keep camp accessible.

Frontline are responsible for coaching, challenging, training, and impacting youth with the Gospel of Jesus Christ though using their gifts, encouraging others in theirs, serving without complaint, and having fun the entire time. They make camp run and make it memorable.

Frontline

Kaleos

Kaleo’s are the backbone of urban ministry. They are the community leaders and volunteers who attend camp to relax, refresh, and reenergize. We understand the challenges facing youth and their leaders today.