The CDJW Family

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CDJW's leadership is packed with people that enjoy other people!  Now that you're a member, we want you to get to know the team that helps make CDJW run.  Below are a list of the board, leadership team, and our founders.  Next time you're at a meeting and see one of us - please stop and say hi so we can get you introduced to other members of the club.  At CDJW there is only one "CLIQUE" and you're in it.  

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BOARD

President : Michael Calimari

I started as a general member (and first time Jeep owner,) in 2016. It did not take long to fall in love with off roading and being around the people of CDJW and the off roading community. I became an active member in the off-road side of the organization by working with the Off-Road Team Leader (TLO) to organize events and foster other club relations. After 2 years of being a part of the off-road team, my interest grew to take on another challenge. I stepped up to Vice President in 2019 and really enjoyed the challenge. Within one year of being Vice President an opportunity arose to be the President. Becoming the first President, since a founder held the position, was a heavy decision. My goal is to continue to grow the club within the off-road community while remaining true to our core goals of being family oriented and all skill and interest level inclusive. 

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Vice President : Andrew "Droni" Holland

He first started Jeeping in 2012 and found CDJW on Google. He went to his first off-road event with CDJW and was hooked. He met some great people and admired the way the club was handled. Through the years he took on more and more interest to be a part of the leadership team and took on some minor safety roles. He then became a Deputy Sergeant in Arms in 2019 and learned a lot. Then the opportunity to become Vice President came along
at just the right time this year and he took on the challenge.

Sergeant at Arms : Clayton Gipp

He was a late bloomer into the Jeep culture, finally jumped in around 2014. “Best decision I made. Being a Jeeper is more than the vehicle you drive, it’s a whole culture full of great people having a good time enjoying nature.” It started with ATV’s around age 12, then graduated to full size 4x4 vehicles and finally to Jeep Wranglers. Clayton’s had plenty of experience navigating trails and getting myself into AND out of trouble. He joined CDJW in 2016 looking for a likeminded group to adventure with. The memories and friendships made, will last a lifetime. A couple years back, he was asked to step up and assist as an off-road event organizer. During that time, he enjoyed helping members explore and learn about their capabilities. In 2020, he was elected to the board as Sargent at Arms to help the group maintain order in the best interest of its members. Hopefully, the future will bring lots of new adventures for CDJW.

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Secretary Treasurer, IT Admin, and Founder

Jason Anderson is one of the original founders of CDJW. Starting the club in 2012 with Keith, Jason helped shape the club into what it is today. A fun and vibrant community of Jeep enthusiasts with a drive for wheeling and giving back to the community. It was important to Jason that the clubs one and only qualifier for membership be that you owned a Jeep Wrangler. This would allow the club to foster strong relationships surrounding the hobby of "Jeeping". Mall crawlers to buggies, he wanted all to feel welcomed in to form the tight and friendly group we have today. Later during the club’s growth, Jason worked diligently to obtain 501c3 (nonprofit) status for the club, opening opportunities to give back to the local community more effectively and join other nonprofit centric Jeep organizations.

Team Leader Social : Megan Paul

Megan drives the Black Widow Jeep. But she is way less scary than her Jeep’s name implies. After being a member for a few years she stepped up into the Team Leader Social Role in 2019. In her first year she put on a lot of great events that are always well attended and will become main stays for years to go, such as Topless for Tats. While 2020 proved to be an overwhelming challenge for Social events she kept at it trying new ideas. We all look forward to 2021 and lots of great social events!

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Team Leader Off-Road : Eric Gould

He started with the club in 2015 as just a newbie with a stock JK. He went to more and more meetings and off-road events to familiarize himself with his Jeep. After some time, he started to get the hang of things and decided he wanted to be more involved. It started with assisting spotting and a few small trail leading expeditions as Deputy TLO. Leading up to the latest officer vote, he was encouraged to take on the TLO position full time and he accepted. Eric and the team are ready to get the 2021 season going!! They have a tentative schedule laid
out for some great events included in the following pages.

President : Michael Calimari

I started as a general member (and first time Jeep owner,) in 2016. It did not take long to fall in love with off roading and being around the people of CDJW and the off roading community. I became an active member in the off-road side of the organization by working with the Off-Road Team Leader (TLO) to organize events and foster other club relations. After 2 years of being a part of the off-road team, my interest grew to take on another challenge. I stepped up to Vice President in 2019 and really enjoyed the challenge. Within one year of being Vice President an opportunity arose to be the President. Becoming the first President, since a founder held the position, was a heavy decision. My goal is to continue to grow the club within the off-road community while remaining true to our core goals of being family oriented and all skill and interest level inclusive. 

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Vice President : Andrew "Droni" Holland

He first started Jeeping in 2012 and found CDJW on Google. He went to his first off-road event with CDJW and was hooked. He met some great people and admired the way the club was handled. Through the years he took on more and more interest to be a part of the leadership team and took on some minor safety roles. He then became a Deputy Sergeant in Arms in 2019 and learned a lot. Then the opportunity to become Vice President came along
at just the right time this year and he took on the challenge.

Sergeant at Arms : Clayton Gipp

He was a late bloomer into the Jeep culture, finally jumped in around 2014. “Best decision I made. Being a Jeeper is more than the vehicle you drive, it’s a whole culture full of great people having a good time enjoying nature.” It started with ATV’s around age 12, then graduated to full size 4x4 vehicles and finally to Jeep Wranglers. Clayton’s had plenty of experience navigating trails and getting into AND out of trouble. He joined CDJW in 2016 looking for a likeminded group to adventure with. The memories and friendships made, will last a lifetime. A couple years back, he was asked to step up and assist as an off-road event organizer. During that time, he enjoyed helping members explore and learn about their capabilities. In 2020, he was elected to the board as Sargent at Arms to help the group maintain order in the best interest of its members. Hopefully, the future will bring lots of new adventures for CDJW.

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Secretary Treasurer, IT Admin, and Founder

Jason Anderson is one of the original founders of CDJW. Starting the club in 2012 with Keith, Jason helped shape the club into what it is today. A fun and vibrant community of Jeep enthusiasts with a drive for wheeling and giving back to the community. It was important to Jason that the clubs one and only qualifier for membership be that you owned a Jeep Wrangler. This would allow the club to foster strong relationships surrounding the hobby of "Jeeping". Mall crawlers to buggies, he wanted all to feel welcomed in to form the tight and friendly group we have today. Later during the club’s growth, Jason worked diligently to obtain 501c3 (nonprofit) status for the club, opening opportunities to give back to the local community more effectively and join other nonprofit centric Jeep organizations.

Team Leader Social : Megan Paul

Megan drives the Black Widow Jeep. But she is way less scary than her Jeep’s name implies. After being a member for a few years she stepped up into the Team Leader Social Role in 2019. In her first year she put on a lot of great events that are always well attended and will become main stays for years to go, such as Go Topless for Tata's. While 2020 proved to be an overwhelming challenge for Social events she kept at it trying new ideas. We all look forward to 2021 and lots of great social events!

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Team Leader Off-Road : Eric Gould

He started with the club in 2015 as just a newbie with a stock JK. He went to more and more meetings and off-road events to familiarize himself with his Jeep. After some time, he started to get the hang of things and decided he wanted to be more involved. It started with assisting spotting and a few small trail leading expeditions as Deputy TLO. Leading up to the latest officer vote, he was encouraged to take on the TLO position full time and he accepted. Eric and the team are ready to get the 2021 season going!! They have a tentative schedule laid
out for some great events included in the following pages.

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Leadership Team

Deputy TLS : Christina Agens

New to the club?  Meet the team that works behind the scenes to keep the wheels turning (More text to come)

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Event Organizer : Fred Hu

New to the club?  Meet the team that works behind the scenes to keep the wheels turning (More text to come)

Deputy TLS : Christina Agens

Christina has been our rockstar social deputy for a few years. She loves being involved and jumping in when ever possible. She’s always up for a great social event, if there is anything anyone may enjoy let the social team know!

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Event Organizer : Fred Hu

Fred is always around to lend a hand and be a friend. He helps out the social team and helps coordinate/manage social and off-roading events that the club hosts.  From 101's to large fundraisers - Fred does it all.  

FOUNDERS

Founder : Jason Anderson

Jason Anderson is one of the original founders of CDJW. Starting the club in 2012 with Keith, Jason helped shape the club into what it is today. A fun and vibrant community of Jeep enthusiasts with a drive for wheeling and giving back to the community. It was important to Jason that the clubs one and only qualifier for membership be that you owned a Jeep Wrangler. This would allow the club to foster strong relationships surrounding the hobby of "Jeeping". Mall crawlers to buggies, he wanted all to feel welcomed in to form the tight and friendly group we have today. Later during the club’s growth, Jason worked diligently to obtain 501c3 (nonprofit) status for the club, opening opportunities to give back to the local community more effectively and join other nonprofit centric Jeep organizations.

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Founder : Jason Anderson

Jason Anderson is one of the original founders of CDJW. Starting the club in 2012 with Keith, Jason helped shape the club into what it is today. A fun and vibrant community of Jeep enthusiasts with a drive for wheeling and giving back to the community. It was important to Jason that the clubs one and only qualifier for membership be that you owned a Jeep Wrangler. This would allow the club to foster strong relationships surrounding the hobby of "Jeeping". Mall crawlers to buggies, he wanted all to feel welcomed in to form the tight and friendly group we have today. Later during the club’s growth, Jason worked diligently to obtain 501c3 (nonprofit) status for the club, opening opportunities to give back to the local community more effectively and join other nonprofit centric Jeep organizations.

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Founder : Keith Weber

Keith and Jay were co-workers, and both had Jeeps. They both came to the realization that they should start a club. Before they knew it, they had a website and their first meet up planned. From then on Keith went through many Jeeps until finally landing on a JL Rubicon that loves mud holes. Keith is always a ball of laughs but knows when to be serious. He can be seen leading groups and showing us new guys how it’s done. If you can think it up, there is a good chance Keith has already tried it, made it then blew it up.

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Founder : Keith Weber

Keith and Jay were co-workers, and both had Jeeps. They both came to the realization that they should start a club. Before they knew it, they had a website and their first meet up planned. From then on Keith went through many Jeeps until finally landing on a JL Rubicon that loves mud holes. Keith is always a ball of laughs but knows when to be serious. He can be seen leading groups and showing us new guys how it’s done. If you can think it up, there is a good chance Keith has already tried it, made it then blew it up.

Honorary Founder : David Gerard

Dave has been in and around Jeeps for ages. A former racer he knows his way around vehicles and trails. He has been an active member of CDJW from the very beginning. Always jumping in, leading groups, and showing us the ‘right’ way to do things. He has been a steady force in making the club a better organization. In 2019 it was unanimously voted that he become the first honorary co-founder. Well deserved Dave!

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Honorary Founder : David Gerard

Dave has been in and around Jeeps for ages. A former racer he knows his way around vehicles and trails. He has been an active member of CDJW from the very beginning. Always jumping in, leading groups, and showing us the ‘right’ way to do things. He has been a steady force in making the club a better organization. In 2019 it was unanimously voted that he become the first honorary co-founder. Well deserved Dave!

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