The Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails Board President Becky Teague announced today that long term CEO Peggy Sanchez Mills will be retiring January 2020. Under Peggy’s leadership, Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails has grown substantially. Peggy’s leadership and experience, both at the local and national levels, has benefited the girls of New Mexico tremendously.
Becky Teague also announced that Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails will immediately commence a local, state and regional executive search to recruit Peggy’s successor.
Teague noted that the Board of Directors has appointed a CEO Search Committee and has engaged the services of Evergreen Executive Source, LLC to be their partner in this endeavor, a role in which Evergreen has had significant experience nationwide for over 12 years.
“Our goal over the next few months is clear — to conduct a robust and comprehensive executive search that will enable us to hire an exceptional CEO to build upon our strong organization.” said Teague. Applications are directed to Bob Perodeau, Principal, Evergreen Executive Source, LLC. Applications are encouraged as soon as possible for this critical opening. About Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails
Girl Scouts of New Trails is the leading provider of program services to girls ages 5-17 in New Mexico, with current membership of over 3,500 girls and 2,000 adult volunteers. Headquartered in Albuquerque, the Council covers 74,500 square miles in 23 counties throughout New Mexico and operates two camps, one in Angel Fire and the second outside of Cuba. For more information, please visit www.nmgirlscouts.org
About Evergreen Executive Source, LLC
Evergreen Executive Source, LLC is a retained search firm doing nationwide searches for nonprofit executives in collaboration with Girl Scout Councils and Girl Scouts of the USA since 2001. For more information, please visit www.egreensource.com
Also help us welcome the new Ranger, Daron McBee, to Elliott Barker Girl Scout Ranch in Angel Fire, NM
I am so excited to be the new Ranger at Camp Elliott Barker Girl Scout Ranch. My wife and I, along with our son and daughter, moved permanently to the Moreno Valley 3 years ago. We have been coming to the valley for over 25 years and my wife’s family has been visiting their family cabin since 1931. I am excited to be able to continue the awesome legacy of the rangers before me and to enhance Camp Elliott Barker even more to serve more girl scouts from across the country and the awesome community of Angel Fire, as well as, the surrounding areas.