How long have you been a Girl Scout volunteer?
How long have you been a member of the MCC?
What inspired you to join MCC?
I was interested in staying connected and having a voice representing the Western Slope.
What have you learned through being a part of this committee?
I’ve learned that my voice does matter. I feel some of the things I have said and the subcommittees I have been a part of have helped shape the Girl Scout experience for both girls and volunteers.
Why would you recommend being a member of MCC to other GSCO volunteers?
It’s a fulfilling way to keep your finger on the pulse of where GSCO is going and have a voice that might impact that direction
Tell us about yourself.
I am a full-time-working, mother of three girls; all Girl Scouts. I’ve been married to my husband, Gerald, since 2001. We live in Grand Junction with our kids, dog, turtle, hamster, chickens, and turkeys and we also board two horses. Outside of this craziness, I lead two multi-level Girl Scout troops, totaling around 50 girls each year from K-9th. I am a member of the Mesa County Service Unit leadership team and help with the President’s Council , in addition to being on the MCC and a rep to the board. Outside of Girl Scouts, I volunteer for my sorority, Alpha Chi Omega, as Finance Advisor for our collegiate chapter at CU and as a Province Chair supporting all alumnae chapters in five states, including Colorado. In my “free” time, I love to read, cook and travel.
Girl Scouts of Colorado is lucky to have a unique governance system with the Membership Connection Committee as the centerpiece of our democratic process and a way to give our members a strong voice in the issues they care most about. Would you like to be a voice for Girl Scouts of Colorado? Speak up and contribute our success together! To reach the MCC, e-mail GSCO.MCC@gscolorado.org