Northeast Region Sections
The Northeast Region serves Arrowmen throughout the great Northeast, and the world, and is composed of lodges which span across Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Transatlantic councils, Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.
Conor Power | Section Chief |
Conor Power is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor member of Tantamous Lodge of the Mayflower Council. Before being elected as section chief, Conor served as chapter chief, lodge chief, section secretary, Northeast Region Communications Coordinator, and as a team lead for the National Communications Committee. Additionally, he was a staff member for the 2018 NOAC and is a member of the Northeast Region NLS staff. For the last three years, Conor has worked at Camp Squanto, most recently as a commissioner for the maintenance department. Outside of Scouting, Conor is a freshman at Stonehill College studying communication. He enjoys camping, working on cars, and hanging out with friends. A fun fact about Conor is that he taught himself to be a graphic designer!
Jim Ganley| Section Adviser |
Bio coming soon.
Chris Cheslog | Section Chief |
Bio coming soon.
Bob Waltz | Section Adviser |
Bob is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member and Lodge Adviser for the Pocumtuc Lodge in the Western Massachusetts Council. He’s received the District Award of Merit and Silver Beaver, and is currently the Scoutmaster for Troop 57, Metacomet District Chairman, Unit Commissioner and Council VP of District Operations. Bob’s served as Scoutmaster for the Council’s last two Jamboree contingents, and just returned from a Philmont trek with his Troop. Bob is a graduate of Clarkson College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Carnegie Mellon University. He is a faculty member in the School of Continuing Education at Springfield Technical Community College.
Charlie Mauro | Section Chief |
Charlie is an Eagle Scout and Brotherhood member of Buckskin Lodge of the Theodore Roosevelt Council. Charlie has served as a Lodge Secretary, Lodge Vice Chief of Administration, and Lodge Chief. Charlie has attended 3 National Order of the Arrow Conferences. He has worked for Onteora Scout Reservation for four summers from 2015-2018. Charlie has the distinction of being among a select few scouts to earn every merit badge offered by the Boy Scouts of America. Outside of scouting Charlie is a freshman at Cornell University studying economics and statistics and enjoys hiking around the the beauty Ithaca has to offer.
Glenn Greubel | Section Adviser |
Glenn is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor member of Buckskin Lodge 412 of the Theodore Roosevelt Council. He has been involved in Scouting since 1966 and was inducted into the Order as a youth in 1974. Glenn served his lodge as Lodge Adviser from 2007 until 2012 when he was appointed Associate Section Adviser. In 2013, he was appointed Section Adviser. Outside of the Order, Glenn has served his council as a Scoutmaster, High Adventure Director, and Properties Chairmen. He is a recipient of the Silver Beaver Award. Glenn is a retired New York City Police Officer and has been a volunteer fireman for over 30 years. He resides in Merrick with his wife Lisa and his two sons Glenn and Mike who are both Eagle Scouts and Vigil Honor Brothers. Glenn's hobbies include boating and backpacking.
Silas Cochran | Section Chief |
Rick Coloccia | Section Adviser |
Rick is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor member of Tschipey Achtu Lodge, Seneca Waterways Council, of Rochester, New York. Rick started in Scouting in 1982 and in the Order in 1989. While a youth, Rick served as a ceremonialist, chapter chief and lodge chief. Rick served nine summers on summer camp staff during high school and college. As an adult, Rick has served the Order as conclave adviser, associate lodge adviser, section web adviser, associate section adviser and various other committee and officer adviser positions, before being appointed section adviser in 2015. Rick is active in his district as vice chair for communications and is a holder of the District Award of Merit. Rick also serves Scouting as scoutmaster in his Henrietta, NY troop. Outside of Scouting, Rick is a "problem captain" and judging official for the Odyssey of the Mind, an international educational program that provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students from kindergarten through college. Professionally, Rick oversees all voice and data communications systems at SUNY Geneseo. Rick holds a bachelor's degree from SUNY Geneseo, a master's degree in business administration from SUNY Polytechnic Institute, and is a recipient of the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service.
Victor Hinojosa | Section Chief |
Victor is a sophomore and Political Science major at Norwich University, in Northfield, VT. He is a Vigil Honor member and an Eagle Scout in Ajapeu Lodge 351 in the Green Mountain Council. He was previously the Section Vice Chief and Lodge Chief for 2 consecutive terms. He is the Norwich University Scouting Association President; in charge of their yearly Norwich Camporee which draws Scouts from across the nation, and Canada to be put in a military environment and take skills they learn back home to use in the real-world. His interests outside of Scouting include serving our country in the United States Army Reserves, serving as the National Communications Writing Team Lead for the OA, and also being appointed as a member on the Governor's Community Violence Prevention Task Force in Vermont.
Favorite quote - "Do what you're passionate about - Who knows, one day your quote could be here." -Victor
Chris Wilkinson | Section Adviser |
Chris is an Eagle Scout, Founder's Award recipient, Centurion and Vigil Honor member of Otahnagon Lodge, Baden-Powell Council, Binghamton, NY. Chris holds a Bachelor of Science degree from LeMoyne College. He is the labor relations administrator for The Labor Alliance. In Scouting, Chris is currently a member of his council’s executive board.
Ryan Zavinski | Section Chief |
Richard Eakin | Section Adviser |
"Deac" as all of his Scouting friends know him is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor member of Langundowi Lodge 46 in the French Creek Council #532. He has served as Lodge Adviser, is a Unit Commissioner, and currently the Council Camping Committee Chairman. Deac has attended the two Leadership Summits, 14 NOACs, and attended Lodge Adviser Training at Philmont Training Center, is a holder of the District Award of merit, and has been honored with the Silver Beaver. Residing in rural western Pennsylvania with his wife Darlene, they served on the staff of the 2010 Campaganza for NE Area 4. When not Scouting this chemist can be found at work as owner and President of Analytical Testing Services, an independent petroleum-testing laboratory.
Braden Coffman| Section Chief |
Braden is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor Member of Wagion Lodge, Westmoreland-Fayette Council. Braden has served as trading post chairmen as well as secretary for his lodge. He has attended the 2015 and 2018 NOACs as well as the Summit debut at Prism in 2016. Braden also served as a trek guide member for the Operation Arrow Staff at the 2017 National Jamboree. He is currently studying engineering at Penn State University at the Fayette location.
Craig Spink | Section Adviser |
Bio coming soon.
Derek Porter | Section Chief
Wayne Hampton | Section Adviser |
Zach Schonfeld | Section Chief |
Bio coming soon.
Art Wildmann | Section Adviser |
Bevan Watson | Section Chief |
Scott Salvadore | Section Adviser |
Scott is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor from Monaken Lodge 103, but is currently serving on the Council Executive Board in Chester County Council and is an active member of Octoraro Lodge 22. Through his scouting career, Scott has served as a lodge committee chairman, chapter chief, ceremonialist, associate staff adviser, section staff adviser, lodge adviser, and has been to 12 NOACs, 9 Jamborees, and has participated in various trainings including NLS, NLATS, NCLS, and NEI. Outside of scouting, Scott owns and operates an environmental consulting firm and enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking, stamp collecting, patch collecting, reading, and collecting old board games. If Scott were a popsicle, his flavor would be blue raspberry because it is slightly different and is the perfect mix of sweet and sour.