Girl Scouts Louisiana East elects board members
An election of Officers and Members-at-Large to the Girl Scout Louisiana East’s board of directors and members of the council’s board development committee was held during the council annual meeting on April 14. The following members were installed by council Member-at-Large Margie Loud Zeno:
Board officers to serve a two-year term from 2012-2014 are Robyn Merrick (Baton Rouge), chair [photo at left]; Linda Law Clark (Baton Rouge), first vice chair; Julie LeBlanc (New Orleans), secretary; and Peggy Armstrong (New Orleans), treasurer.
Members-at-Large for a three-year term from 2012-2015 are Jacquelyn Daniels (Baton Rouge), Patricia Day (Baton Rouge), Shannon Marrero (New Orleans), Gretchen Morgan (Erwinville), Kizzy Payton (Baton Rouge), and Katina Semien (Baton Rouge). Members-at-Large for a two-year term from 2012-2014 are Therese Badon (New Orleans) and Alanah Odoms Hebert (New Orleans).
Continuing members of the board of directors include Members-at-Large for a term ending in 2013: Trese Taqunio Hood (Abita Springs), Lyndia Jones (New Orleans), Bradley McCoy (New Orleans), Carolyn Morris (Baton Rouge), Angela Ashner-Cage (New Orleans), and for a term ending in 2014: Kelly Dolese (Baton Rouge), Glenna Fallin (Baton Rouge), Veronica Osby (New Orleans), and Margie Loud Zeno (Harvey).
Newly elected council board development committee members serving a two-year term from 2012-2014 are: board member Lyndia Jones and non-board members Heather Thiberville Bacque (New Orleans), Dawn Collins (New Orleans), Kelder Summers-Jones (Harvey), and Jackie McCreary (LaPlace). Continuing members of the council board development committee for a term ending 2014 are: board member Angela Ashner-Cage, committee chair, and non-board member Mary Marix (New Orleans).
The board of directors, composed of outstanding community volunteer leaders, manages the strategic affairs of the council.
Girl Scout’s mission is to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. The local council, Girl Scouts Louisiana East, serves girls 5 to 17 in 23 parishes of southeast Louisiana. For more information about Girl Scouts, call the council office in Baton Rouge at 225-927-8946, in New Orleans at 504-733-8220, or visit its website at www.gsle.org.
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