Girl Scout CEO of Northwestern Great Lakes announces retirement
GREEN BAY – Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes (GSNWGL) announced the upcoming retirement of their CEO, Gail McNutt.
Ms. McNutt joined the Council in 2010 as CEO after 17 years in a variety of leadership roles in finance and human resources at Schneider in Green Bay, Wisconsin. During her time with GSNWGL, Gail served with a strategic eye and diligence and will be leaving the Council in a place that is more than ready to face any challenge ahead.
“The years I have spent with our Girl Scout Council have been both some of the most rewarding and most difficult in my career,” said Ms. McNutt. “I feel a personal responsibility to our Council, maintain a deep passion for the mission, and remain firmly invested in the success of our Council and all its stakeholders. It’s an exciting time to be part of this organization where we proudly own the ‘Girl’ in Girl Scouts.”
Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes is one of 112 councils in the nation and serves 15,000 girl members and 6,000 adult volunteers in 58 counties throughout Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
GSNWGL’s board of directors and executive team are in the process of creating a search committee, with the goal of having a new CEO in place by fall 2018.