The Leadership of Into the Field
Into the Field is blessed to be surrounded by individuals who have given their entire lives to serving and loving others. Their impact ripples out far beyond the reaches of this ministry.
Jennifer B. Cameron
Jennifer B. Cameron received BAs in Communication and Business Administration/Marketing in 1993 from Hope College.
She has held leadership positions within both for- and non-profit organizations. Her roles and responsibilities have included managing strategic marketing initiatives, special events, vendor relationships, and internal operations.
In 1994, as a member of Up With People International, she was involved with all necessary advance promotion functions, including sponsor, media, and public relations, community service facilitation, and event operations, in various cities around the world.
Throughout Jennifer's ten years in various leadership capacities for the Junior League of Columbus, she held responsibilities which involved fundraising, project, event, and volunteer management, and marketing.
Within her church community, she has served in many areas, including: participating in, facilitating, and leading multiple missions trips, domestically and internationally; assisting with missions marketing, communications, and support; serving as Lay Director of Women's Renewal; serving on the church Call Committee seeking a new pastor; and tutoring within one of the church's inner-city programs.
Jennifer served as a Board Member of a China-focused ministry headquartered in Minneapolis, MN. She was involved with fundraising material development and strategy; website strategy; organizational structure and strategic planning; presentations; article writing; local events and communications; and, mission trip leadership.
She was one of five women recognized by Upper Arlington Rotary Club as a Northwest Woman of the Year in May 2008.
Jennifer served on the Board of the Hilltop Christian Community Development Corp, a ministry committed to reclaiming and restoring the "Hilltop" neighborhood in Columbus through housing, jobs, education, and outreach. Additionally she served on the Advisory Board for chinaconnect.
Jennifer lives in Columbus, Ohio with her daughters and serves as President and holds the title of Executive Director.
Bruce L. Cameron received his Juris Doctor degree in 1967 and has been actively engaged in the practice of law for over 45 years.
He has been a founder of or served on many charitable and governmental boards, including Columbus Big Brothers and Big Sisters Foundation (Board Member),The Christian Legal Society, Centennial Kiwanis (Founding Past President and Board Member), Ohio Building Authority (by appointment of Governor of Ohio), Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority (by appointment of the Franklin County Common Pleas Court), City of Columbus Housing Appeals Board (by appointment of the Mayor of Columbus, Ohio), and as a Board Member, Upper Arlington City School District (by Election). He has also been active in various ministries, including Kairos Prison Ministries.
Bruce lives in Columbus, Ohio with his wife and has 3 children and 8 grandchildren.