Jamie Haxton – Chief Product Program Officer
Jamie oversees the entire Product Program Team statewide and sits on several national advisory boards. She is considered a thought leader, peer-to-peer mentor, visionary, and strategic planner across the Girl Scout movement. Among her many duties here in Colorado, she secures, manages, and works with vendors for both the Fall Product Program and Girl Scout Cookie Program, supporting girls in reaching their goals and giving back to their communities. She has more than 20 years of experience with Girls Scouts, including eight years with Girl Scouts of Colorado. Jamie also served twelve years as Chief Financial Officer for Girl Scouts Sooner Council.
Beth Homeijer – Product Program Analyst
Beth oversees the vendor software, uploads, event coordination, sales analysis, DOC, and many other internal logistical items.
Stephanie Sanders – Product Program Administrative Assistant
Stephanie is the admin for the entire team, overseeing Formstack databases, communication overflows, mailings, meeting coordination, and many other items that keep the department running smoothly.
Laura Aguon– Product Program Manager
Laura oversees the Product Program Specialists. Laura is the primary staff support and resource for product program issues and management.
Rychelle Arnold – Product Program Design Manager
Rychelle oversees the training content, manuals, guides, training designs, printed materials, assists with overall product program designs.
Product Program Specialists are the main Product Program Support for regional staff teams as well as responsible for managing the volunteer needs. They are responsible for the key volunteer recruitment and design for their regions. Each is tasked with the success of the campaigns, material distribution, rewards distribution, trainings, communications, and many other items within each region.
Mary Ann Deard- Regions 1, 2, & 5
Melissa Hall– Regions 3 & 4
Sharon Ewing- Region 6
Julie Gallagher- Region 7
** Note: This in no way is the extent of all of their responsibilities. Rather, a snippet to help you direct your questions appropriately.