Girl Scouts of Western New York announces its new executive leadership team
Tue, Sep 24th 2019 02:30 pm
Girl Scouts of Western New York (GSWNY) announced a newly formed executive leadership team consisting of nine staff members and including the promotion of five existing staff to serve GSWNY’s nine-county jurisdiction.
- CEO Alison Wilcox
- Debra J. Whais, CPA, CGMA, chief financial officer, responsible for: finance, product program retail sales, and customer care
- Jerilyn J. Hickey, CFRE, chief development officer, responsible for: fundraising, alumni and lifetime members, and marketing and communications
- Newly promoted Kara Fraser was promoted to chief administrative officer from senior vice president of human resources, responsible for: human resources, information technology, regulatory compliance and risk management, and general administration
- Newly promoted Morgan Williams-Bryant was promoted to chief impact officer from senior vice president of community engagement and member services, responsible for: recruitment, retention, girl programming, and volunteer training
- Newly promoted Karen Lundgard was promoted to chief outdoor and property officer from senior vice president of asset management, responsible for: properties, outdoor programming, and summer camps
- Newly promoted Mary Jo Brown was promoted to executive vice president, product program and customer service from senior vice president of product program and customer services, responsible for: product program retail sales, and customer care
- Newly promoted Callie Johnson, Ph.D., was promoted to executive vice president, marketing and communications from vice president of marketing, responsible for: marketing and communications
- Blair D. Yaiser, board and governance coordinator/executive assistant, responsible for: board member liaison with the executive office, national and council delegates, and coordination of the annual meeting
Girl Scouts of Western New York is committed to fostering an empowering, inclusive workplace where employees with a passion for the Girl Scout mission can grow and thrive. Girl Scouts of Western New York believes in supporting its employees at each stage in their careers, encouraging development, and providing opportunities to evolve within the organization at every level.
There are always new opportunities available, and anyone interested in learning more is encouraged to visit the careers page at http://gswny.atsondemand.com/ for a current listing of full-time, part-time and seasonal positions throughout the nine counties Girl Scouts of Western New York serves.
Girl Scouts of Western New York (GSWNY) serves nearly 15,000 girls and over 6,000 adult volunteers across the GSWNY jurisdiction. The council’s administrative service centers are located in Batavia, Buffalo, Jamestown, Lockport, Niagara Falls and Rochester.