"As a movement, we are at a tipping point,” says EVP and CEO of Northeast Texas Girls Scouts, Jennifer Bartowski in a
recent Chronicle of Philanthropy article.
Sometimes what we learn from history isn't enough.
Girls Scouts is undergoing financial strain and "shrinking pains” after merging many of their councils in an effort to increase efficiencies in running their programs. Despite its longevity, the Girls Scouts are facing uncharted territory and huge challenges ahead.
At the front end of these mergers that shrank 312 councils to 112,
by Erica McGeachy Crenshaw, President/CEO of Execute Now!
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