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Full Time Staff
Matt Grant- Executive Director
The son of a Camp Director, Matt grew up in Howell, MI and has spent most of his life in the Christian Camp world. Matt has over 20 years of camp experience, working as a Camp Counselor, Program Director, and as an Executive Director. He loves music and art, and attended Kendall College of Art and Design. After graduating he felt God's calling into a career of camp ministry and has been living his calling ever since. In 2012 he married Amy, an Ohio native and shortly after they adopted their first son, Cowen from Haiti. In 2016 they became foster parents and in 2018 finalized the adoption of their first and only foster placements, Asa and Benny. Matt and Amy also have 4 cats and 3 dogs and share a passion for animals and the outdoors. Camp is one of his many passions and Matt believes in the power behind the camp experience and the connections that take place between others, between nature, and between God. Matt has been extremely blessed and looks forward to the future and potential of Pleasant Hill Outdoor Camp.
Amy Jaberg – Kitchen Director
Amy was originally born in Mansfield, Ohio and moved to this area in 1969 when her family bought a home on Pleasant Hill Lake. She worked as a cook at another camp before being hired by Pleasant Hill Outdoor Camp. During this time, she married her husband Russell and had 3 daughters who are now grown, Patience, Caitlin, and Shelby. Additionally, Amy now has 3 grandchildren named Courtney, Cody & Cali who she encourages to root for the OSU Buckeyes and the Cleveland Browns alongside her. Her goal is to serve God by interacting with campers through providing good meals and a clean environment for them to enjoy. Amy hopes to see PHOC grow into a year-round retreat and camp center in the near future.
Max Wiles- Maintenance Director
Originally from Gahanna, Ohio, Max became involved with Pleasant Hill Outdoor Camp when his Grandfather, Dick, became active on the board and with Maple Syrup. Max has two brothers and two sisters scattered across the state of Ohio who he is very close with. His goal as Maintenance Director is to continue keeping all the facilities and programs in great condition so the kids and counselors can focus on growing their relationship with God and having a good time. Max looks forward to watching PHOC find it's identity and flourishing so that we can reach as many kids as possible.