James Van Camp continues his long career as a innovator in the sciences associated with the treatment of water. As a result he has acquired a broad understanding of the successes and the failings of efforts to change behaviors and practices in response to the increasing reality that the Earth’s climate has and is changing as a result of man’s activities
Building on his sales and marketing experience, James continues to explore new water technologies that have the potential to not only reduce damage to the climate, but are economical enough to be deployed in institutions and facilities of for-profit or NFP organizations.
James was raised in New Jersey, graduated from Lebanon Valley College. With wife Grayson he relocated from New Jersey to Illinois in 1982 where she then felt called to ministry. While serving McCormick Seminary and various congregations both she and James have represented the Presbytery of Chicago on Ecumenism Metro Chicago since its founding in 1999.