Kelly Wood - Executive Director
Kelly draws on 16 years of experience at Chapel Rock to work with staff and guests to create outstanding educational and retreat experiences. Kelly graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors degree in Outdoor Program Administration, started working on the ropes course and has never looked back. In his current role he manages staff, supervises summer camp, helps with ACOS, and ensures every guest has a great experience. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family.
Sarah Vincent – Program Coordinator
Sarah is an east coast transplant, who grew up with an appreciation for the out of doors, a natural affinity for science, and the support of amazing communities. With a B.S. in Earth Science from George Mason University, six years of teaching and facilitating in the field of outdoor education, and over 300 nights spent out under the stars of the Southwest; Sarah is excited to share her enthusiasm with visitors. Whether it is working with the Aspen Creek Outdoor School, facilitating on the ropes course, or just saying hello in the dining hall, Sarah enjoys seeing and fostering the connections made at Chapel Rock. Connections made with the outdoors, each other, and within us. Sarah likes bluebirds, dragonflies, ice cream, campfires and spending time with loved ones.
Tom Farley - Chef
Tom has been the director of culinary services at Chapel Rock since the spring of 2013. With over 30 Years of experience in the hospitality industry, Chef Tom has managed and consulted for food and beverage operations ranging from large resort corporate properties to independent, owner operated establishments. Chef Tom now brings this experience to Chapel Rock and its diverse clientele. Tom’s passion for great food and pastry in an organized, professional environment has greatly enhanced the food service at Chapel Rock Camp and Conference Center.
Jaime DeJoseph - Food Service
Jaime assists our food service operation and tailors our menus to the needs, likes, and dislikes of our various guests. Whether its pepperoni pizza for a school or camp group, or salmon and pork tenderloin for an adult retreat, virtually every meal is accompanied by fresh fruit, warm baked goods, and scrumptious desserts.
Lance Moody - Facility Director
Earliest days spent with muskrats, mummichogs, sticklebacks, herring gulls, least terns and migrating rafts of brant's geese. Wearing adult waders as a boy of 10 to walk the sucking goos of deep detrital mud and then out into winds and tides where waves play chase til crashing onto the glacial outwash of the northeastern littoral. And now walking and rolling AZ's central highlands, where accreted arcs and ancient subductions hide ophiolites and reveal aeolian dunes a thousand feet high; feeling what it feels like to feel rocks remembering.
Leslie Glenn - Receptionist
Leslie is the friendly voice on the other end of the telephone when you contact Chapel Rock. In addition to serving as our receptionist, Leslie is also our summer and winter camp registrar. She’s the first person to talk to about camp availability, forms, or any other questions.