August E. Brunsman IV, Executive Director
He served as the Secretary of the Board of the Humanist Community of Central Ohio from 2009 through 2013. He has volunteered in a number of roles for Camp Quest since 1999. August served as the Secretary of the Board of the Secular Coalition for America from 2006 through 2012. He is a member of the Humanist Society and performs nontheistic weddings, naming ceremonies, and memorial services as a humanist celebrant. His hobbies include cycling, painting, drawing, gardening, cooking, and programming.
Tori Rehr, Executive Assistant
Claudia Allen, Communications and Administrative Assistant
Claudia Allen handles Communications and Media Relations, as well as works with New Student Groups to help them become officially affiliated with the SSA.
Claudia went to the University of Akron in Ohio where she studied Sociology. She became a member of SSA in 2012 during her undergraduate career, although she has been a secular humanist and atheist her entire life. She was an intern for The Walt Disney Company as a photographer in California in 2013. Claudia has been a volunteer with the Humane Society (HSUS) where she does hands on animal rescue and advocates for animal and environmentally friendly legislation. She is a fan of public speaking, photography, traveling, astronomy, and her rescue dogs, Gavin and Sophie.
Campus Organizing Team
Nick Stancato, Campus Organizing Manager
Nick Stancato manages the Campus Organizing Program and the SSA Annual Conference. He is also the go-to organizer for SSA groups in the northern portion of the US.
Nick ran the SSA at Ohio State, and successfully revived that group from its very inactive state. He graduated from The Ohio State University with a major in History as well as minors in Roman Classics and Religious Studies. He loves studying world mythologies and is an avid Roman history enthusiast. He enjoys video gaming in his off time.
Gordon Maples, Senior Campus Organizer
Gordon Maples is a former President of the University of Alabama SSA affiliate (the Crimson Secular Student Alliance), and founded the Southeastern Collegiate Atheist Alliance while in school in order to network with fellow secular student leaders from throughout the southeastern US.
Pete Zupan, Campus Organizer
Pete went to the University of Colorado at Boulder with a BA in Philosophy of Law, influenced by his passion for Church/State separation. He then went on to become the Vice President of the Secular Students and Skeptics Society and also the Volunteer Network Coordinator for the Colorado Regional SSA. He worked as an intern for Americans United for Separation of Church and State before coming to the SSA. He loves his dogs, science (particularly evolution), and Sci-Fi.