Board of Directors

Meet Our Board

Jim Bowers

Travis Bruno

Julie Fogarty, Chairman

Daniel Haynes

Bruce Holmes
Bill Price

John Rossi

Kyle Stewart

Nathan Williams


“I love Shiloh because it offers hope, love and undiluted, uncomplicated fun to children.”

“I love Shiloh because it makes children smile.”

“I love Shiloh because it is a haven in the middle of our city where hurting kids find joy and peace. It is important because it provides the kids an opportunity to hear, maybe for the first time, that they are created by God with dignity, value and worth. “

Meet Our Team



Stephan Moore is a native of Cushing, Oklahoma. He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas, with a B.S.B.A. in Marketing, where he was a student-athlete who played basketball under Coaches Eddie Sutton and Nolan Richardson. Stephan has nearly 30 years of leadership experience in non-profit and urban youth development. He was the founding Director of Kids Across America camps where he served for 18 years and helped to open several multi-million dollar facilities. Stephan has designed successful programming that impacted youth and youth leaders across the nation, strengthened families, and helped launch young leaders into various spheres of leadership including medicine, government, business,

arts, and education. He has mentored and coached multitudes and is a dynamic orator speaking at businesses, colleges, churches, schools, and prisons. Stephan also uses his voice and leadership to strengthen initiatives that serve the children and families in his community including Count Me In For Kids, the NE Collaborative, and the Urban Christian Camping Association. Stephan is currently the Executive Director of Shiloh Camp and lives in Oklahoma City with his wife and their 10 children.



Emily Bernhard joined the Shiloh team in February of 2019. Emily hails from from Arlington, Texas, but came to Oklahoma to study Journalism, Public Relations and Nonprofit Management at the University of Oklahoma. Emily has worked in operations, administration, community relations and organizational management in various nonprofits across Oklahoma City. Before joining staff at Shiloh, Emily worked internationally with Maisha Project, served as the Resident Manager at HopeHouse OKC and worked with Novo Ministries to mobilize churches and volunteers in inner-city ministry. In her free time, you can find Emily curled up with a good book or spending time with her friends and family.

Kim Johnson joined the Shiloh team in May 2018. Kim is from Siloam Springs, Arkansas where she graduated from Siloam Springs High School. She attended John Brown University and received a Bachelor’s degree in Family and Human Services. After graduating college, Kim worked in various non-profits throughout Northwest Arkansas and served in adoption services, career placement, pregnancy counseling, student services, and grant management. 



In January 2018, Kim and her family made the leap of faith and moved to Oklahoma City for her husband to pursue a new job opportunity. Kim resides in Oklahoma City with her husband, Casey, and two daughters. Kim enjoys spending time with her family, singing, doing crafts, and cheering on the Arkansas Razorbacks.