Conference Vice Chiefs
Andrew Kuhlmann - Communications CVC
Andrew Kuhlmann is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of Kola Lodge,
and the immediate past Section Chief of W-5C. Andrew is from Rocksprings,
Wyoming, and currently attends the University of Wyoming as junior majoring
in political science. He hopes to either pursue a Masters in public administration
or attend law school after he graduates. In his free time, Andrew enjoys
computer games, writing, drawing, and collecting comic books.
Earl Blackburn III - Extreme High Adventure CVC
Earl Blackburn III is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of Manitous
Lodge, and the immediate past Section Chief of C-2A. Earl calls Pinckney,
Michigan home but will return to Eastern Michigan University in the fall
as a junior majoring in history. He hopes one day to become a history
professor. Earl runs cross-country and track for his school and enjoys
movies and a good sense of humor.
Gil Rogers - Training CVC
Gil Rogers is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of Tschitani Lodge,
three-term Section Chief and immediate past Section Chief of NE-1B. From
West Hartford, Connecticut, Gil attends the University of Hartford, where
he is a senior and majors in marketing. He hopes to work as an ad planner
in the near future. Gil spends his free time working with Habitat for
Humanity, going to movies, and traveling. He enjoys high adventure and
has served as an OA Voyage Crewman.
Jared Davis - Activities and Recreation Committee CVC
Jared Davis is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of Amangamek-Wipit
Lodge, and the immediate past Section Chief of NE-4C. A native of Alexandria,
Virginia, Jared will be a junior at Northern Virginia Community College
and majors in business administration. He hopes to one day pursue a career
in real estate. In his free time Jared enjoys working on cars, traveling,
camping, and watching movies.
Jarrod Hunt - High Adventure Expo and Training CVC
Jarrod Hunt is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of White Horse Lodge,
and the Section Chief of SR-6N. Originally from Hartford, Kentucky, Jarrod
plans to attend Georgetown College this fall. Though undecided on his
major, he still eagerly anticipates starting college. Jarrod spends his
time working with FCA and playing the trumpet and hacky-sack.
Marcus Bailey - American Indian Activities CVC
Marcus Bailey is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of Chi-Hoota-Wei
Lodge, Founder's Award recipient, and the immediate past Section Chief
for C-5B. Originally from Nitro, West Virginia, Marcus attends Marshall
University as a business finance major and hopes to enter law school and
the banking industry following graduation. Marcus spends his free time
as a French and Indian War re-enactor and likes to perform Native American
dances. He is also involved with the Venturing, and has earned both the
Silver and Ranger Award.
Mark Bicket - Shows CVC
Mark Bicket is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of Ma-Nu Lodge, Founder's
Award recipient, and the immediate past Section Chief of SR-3A. Mark hails
from Edmund, Oklahoma, where he attends the University of Oklahoma with
a double major in mathematics and economics. He hopes to go to medical
school once he finishes at UO. Highly involved at his school, Mark spends
his time working with the Student Government Association and many other
organizations. He also likes to backpack and enjoyed attending Philbreak
this past spring.
RC Hartman - Special Events CVC
R.C. Hartman is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of Shenandoah Lodge,
and the Section Chief of SR-7A. Hailing from Harrisonburg, Virginia, R.C.
attends Messiah College, where he is a senior majoring in mechanical engineering.
He hopes one day to work in the transportation industry. R.C. enjoys backpacking,
camping, and riding motorcycles. This past year he spent most of his free
time constructing a solar powered boat and is noted at his school for
drinking nearly a gallon of milk a day.
Riley Berg - National Council of Chiefs
Riley Berg, Chairman of the National Council of Chiefs, is an Eagle Scout,
Vigil Honor member of Tah-Heetch Lodge and served as the 2002 National
Vice-Chief. Originally from Fresno, California, Riley attends the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he majors in political science.
After graduating, he hopes to attend law school. Riley spends his free
time playing tennis and working with the Honor Court, which hears cases
on student misconduct at UNC. Among his other life ambitions, Riley hopes
to one day have visited all 150 counties of North Carolina.
Seth Mollitt - Inductions and Ceremonies Events CVC
Seth Mollitt is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of Echockotee Lodge,
and the Section Chief of SR-4S. Seth lives in Jacksonville, Florida and
plans to attend the University of Florida in the fall as a business management
major. Seth likes spending free time at the beach, backpacking, running
and climbing. He also enjoys Boy Scouts, and proclaims that "Seth Dearmin
is my hero."
Steven Henry - TOAP CVC
Steven Henry is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of Yustaga Lodge,
and the immediate past Section Chief of SR-4N. Steven lives in Pensacola,
Florida, where he attends the University of West Florida. A Senior with
a double major in accounting and economics, he wants to secure a job where
everyday he spends "nine to one on the golf course sealing the deal and
then like two hours in the office." During his free time Steven enjoys
playing soccer and traveling, and claims that "TOAP staff is the best."
Sven Gilkey - Founder's Day CVC
Sven Gilkey is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member of Toontuk Lodge, and
the immediate past Section Chief of W-1B. Living in Fairbanks, Alaska,
Sven attends the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, where he works with the
Student Government Association. He is a political science major, and hopes
to attend law school after finishing at UAF next year. Sven devotes his
spare time to Boy Scouts, serving on staff for Camp School and as Program
Commissioner for his home camp.