Campfire Chat with GSCO CEO Stephanie Foote and Incoming CEO Leanna Clark

We’re so excited to welcome Leanna Clark as Girl Scouts of Colorado’s new CEO. In her first few weeks, she’s looking forward to “meeting” a wide variety of Girl Scouts of Colorado stakeholders and is excited to learn more about our community statewide.

The campfire has always been a place to come together to share stories, learn about each other, and grow closer as Girl Scout sisters. Join GSCO for a virtual campfire chat with CEO Stephanie Foote, as she talks with incoming CEO Leanna Clark. Learn more about Leanna and hear from Stephanie about her favorite memories leading GSCO. Click here to watch.

Campfire Chat Transcript

A Message from Rae Ann Dougherty

 

As Girl Scouts of Colorado’s Board Chair, let me introduce you to Leanna Clark, our incoming CEO. While I would prefer to do so in person, virtually will have to do for now. History is on our side as Stephanie departs and Leanna arrives.

Over the years, you benefited from the legacy Stephanie created. Turns out Stephanie’s retirement aligns with World War II Memorial dedication date (2004), another powerful legacy. Wow!

Leanna, a Colorado native, is poised to ensure our ongoing success of providing amazing Girl Scout experiences. Leanna began the same day in history of Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination to serve as the first Hispanic Supreme Court Justice (2008)– a fitting highlight of our Movement’s diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy.

Do you think we can serve every Colorado girl? I do, especially considering the depth and breadth of Leanna’s experience. Exhilarating when our future is so bright.