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Girl Scouts of Montana &a Wyoming Council Charity Profile
We have successfully made the historic transformation uniting three legacy councils, Girl Scouts of Big Sky Council, Girl Scouts Treasure Trails Council, and Girl Scout Council of Wyoming into one high-performing council – the Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming.
A couple of years ago, the Girl Scout Movement, an organization that has inspired 50 million girls and women since 1912, decided to revitalize itself in order to remain compelling, contemporary, and relevant to today’s girls. As we have moved toward that goal, girls and adults in Montana and Wyoming have voiced opinions and shared ideas to help impact the future direction of Girl Scouting throughout the two states.
Sally Leep, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming has an extensive background in serving youth in a non-profi t environment. She came to the Girl Scouts from Head Start, Inc. where she served as Executive Director in Yellowstone, Big Horn and Carbon Counties in Montana. Prior to that she held the position of Executive Director with Tumbleweed Runaway Program in Montana. Sally has also served as a Board Member of Associated Employers Trust Fund and Montana State University Health Advisory Board.
Girl Scouts of Montana &a Wyoming Council Volunteer Information
There are many ways to volunteer with the Girl Scouts, including troop leader, which is one of the most recognizable volunteer positions within Girl Scouting. However, there are many other volunteer opportunities available! Girls Scouts welcomes adults ages 18 and older—including both men and women—for a variety of volunteer jobs.