Dr. Pete Myers is an active Scouter dating back to his time as a Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Explorer. He is an Eagle Scout and recipient of the District Award of Merit and the Silver Beaver Award. Dr. Myers is a Vigil member of the Order of the Arrow. He has attended 7 Jamborees in total, the first being in 1953. He also serves as a camp commissioner and district program chair. He was also able to share Scouting with his son, who is also an Eagle Scout.
Outside of Scouting, he served in the Naval Dental Corps for over 22 years and now assists at the Dental Hygiene School. His key priority in life is to give back to the community and mentor new generations.
Mark has spent his entire Scouting career, starting at age 12, in the Atlanta Area Council, Atlanta, GA. He is an Eagle Scout and is a Life Member of the National Eagle Scout Association. Like many volunteers, he has served in numerous Scouting roles; he is currently serving as a Troop Committee member, Venturing Crew Committee member, Assistant District Commissioner, District member-at-large, and OA Associate Advisor for both his Chapter and Lodge. Mark is a Vigil Honor OA member and recipient of the Founder’s Award. He is also a recipient of the Silver Beaver and District Award of Merit and is both Woodbadge and Powder Horn trained.
He has served on staff for 4 National Jamborees and 12 National Order of the Arrow Conferences, along with the ArrowCorps5 and SummitCorps National OA projects.
Mike's been involved in Scouting for 38 years, first in the National Capital Area Council, and for the past 12 years in the San Gabriel Valley/Greater Los Angeles Council, where he currently serves as Council Camping Committee Chair. He's held just about every position at the unit and district level, from Tiger Cub Coach to District Commissioner (where he serves still), as a Wood Badge staffer (a "Fox!"), OA Chapter and Associate Lodge Adviser, has staffed 5 National Jamborees (including the last 2 at the Summit), 4 NOAC's, ArrowCorps5 and SummitCorps. He most recently served as the 2018 NOAC ARC staff Competition Adviser. He holds the Silver Beaver and the Distinguished Commissioner Service Awards (1998), the Vigil Honor and the OA Founders Award. Both of his sons, Nick and Tony, are Eagle Scouts and Vigil Honor holders.
Ernesto Mora Started in scouting at the age of 10 years old as part of cub pack 122 from San German Puerto Rico. Later he would obtain his arrow of light and join troop 122 from San German Puerto Rico and eventually obtain his Eagle at the age of 17 to also earn 4 eagle palms. He is also a Venturing Ranger. During his life he has worked at several camps across the United States. He has been working at the Summit for the past 4 summers and is the seasonal High Adventure Program Director.
Phillip began his scouting career as a member of Troop 160 in Burton, Michigan, where he earned his Eagle Scout rank in 2005. He has held various volunteer positions including Lodge Chief in the Order of the Arrow, Assistant Scoutmaster & Venture Crew Committee Chairman. In 2002, Phillip began his scout camp path as an aquatics counselor at Camp Tapico in Kalkaska, Michigan, where he became Program Director in 2012. In addition to his scout camp experience, he has served 6 seasons at National High Adventure Bases including Sailing Commissioner at The Florida National High Adventure Sea Base and Climbing Director at The Paul R. Christen National High Adventure Base. His professional career with the BSA started in February 2015 as the first director of the James C. Justice National Scout Camp at The Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve. He is a Founder’s Award recipient and earned a BA in Communications from The University of Michigan in 2010.