Board of Directors

Bound for Glory Camp is led by a dedicated board of directors who volunteer their time, expertise, and resources to ensure the success of BFG Camp.


Saunders Grommesh

I have been vacationing here in Transylvania County since I was a child and said I would eventually move here permanently.  We took a leap of faith and my husband and I moved here in 2017. I worked for United Way of Transylvania County as the Resource Development Director until they closed in January 2020.  I am currently the Church Administrator for Lake Toxaway United Methodist Church and the Volunteer Coordinator for Lake Toxaway Charities.  I have been involved in community work with The Junior League, American Red Cross, Rainbow Days (non-profit for homeless children), a Hospice volunteer for four years in Dallas, Texas and here in our area I serve on several local three non-profit boards: Bound for Glory Camp, Historic Toxaway Foundation, Mountain Roots, and I am an Augustine Literacy Program tutor since 2019.  My faith leads me to serve others by lending a hand up. Serving on the Bound for Glory Camp Board is important to me because I give back to children who struggle with reading and would not be able to fellowship in a Christian setting.  The summer is a time to unplug, explore and be a kid.  My parents instilled in me reading opens my mind to imagination, learning, understanding and most importantly learning about God’s word to then share with others.  I want to be an encouraging light to these campers who already struggle during the school year.

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Vice Chair

Scott Adair

I have the pleasure of cofounding Bound for Glory camp with my wife and partner, Wendi Adair. I have a personal understanding of the difficulties our campers face with reading and trying to succeed in school. It was not until high school that I was finally diagnosed with dyslexia. My journey from grammar school to graduation was difficult because I did not have the support I needed to be a successful reader or student. With the help of a few insightful teachers, I made it to graduation and on to an enriching career as a corporate chef. It is my passion for children to receive the assistance they need early on in their education and discover their God-given talents to fulfill their fullest potential.


Maria Byler

I've been a part of Bound for Glory Camp since its first camp session in 2016. I was privileged to serve as a counselor for five years and Bound for Glory Camp has been a highlight of my summers! It's a joy to see the campers learn and grow while having a blast at summer camp. My background is in education and I taught elementary school for two years before transitioning into labor market data analysis. I hope to continue my work with children who struggle with reading by taking the Augustine Literacy Project tutor training in the fall. I'm excited to be involved with Bound for Glory Camp in a new capacity and serve the campers as a board member. 


Kim Limerick

I graduated from Gardner Webb University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management. I then worked for American Greetings for seven years until my son was bor. I was a stay-at-home mom for 12 years. I volunteered to manage finances for Brevard Community Church, which turned into a full-time position for fourteen years. Currently, I enjoy managing the financial affairs of three non-profit business: Augustine Literacy Project-Brevard, Bound for Glory Camp, and Around the Corner Ministries. 

Board Member

Toby Summerour

I am a retired certified public account, an ordained Episcopal priest, and an Augustine Literacy Project volunteer tutor. I have served on the boards of a variety of charitable and civic organizations in Cashiers and Brevard, North Carolina as well as in New Orleans, Louisiana and has enjoyed working with children who are dealing with reading challenges through the Augustine Literacy Project. I look forward to serving as a Board member for Bound for Glory Camp because I believe in the importance and efficacy of the Augustine Literacy Project process and I believe that Bound for Glory is an important supporting effort for that process for those who attend Bound for Glory Camp.

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Executive Director

Wendi Adair

I graduated from Georgia State University with a BS in Psychology. My journey teaching students who struggle with reading began with my own two children. After deciding to homeschool our children, we discovered they both have dyslexia. I took an Orton-Gillingham training and became a reading practitioner. I taught both my children and worked as a private tutor, helping students improve their reading, writing, spelling, and comprehension skills. I am currently the chapter director of Augustine Literacy Project-Brevard, a non-profit that provides trained volunteers who tutor students who struggle with reading and come from lower-income families. Bound for Glory Camp is a dream come true! My heart is for each of our campers to fulfill God's direction for their lives. Therefore, it is with honor and the utmost commitment that I attend to the current and future needs of Bound for Glory Camp.