2012 - 2013 Annual Report - Girl Scouts Northeast Texas

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2012 - 2013 Annual Report - Girl Scouts Northeast Texas
2013
ANNUAL REPORT
Dear Girl Scout Friends:
As Juliette Gordon Low, our Founder said, “The work of today is the history of tomorrow, and we are its
makers.” Since our Centennial Celebration at the State Fair of Texas, we have been honing our focus,
building a stronger infrastructure, and utilizing outcomes to improve our programs and ensure their relevance
for today’s girls. Through every step of the way, girls remain at the center of our lens as we empower them to
reach their highest potential.
In 2013, a special task force of volunteers, board members, community leaders, and staff embarked on the
council’s second Strategic Learning Process to assess our strengths and weaknesses. With more than 33,000
girls and 17,000 adults, we are constantly reviewing what is working and what isn’t. This enables us to keep Girl
Scouting relevant and fun, while providing the most up-to-date leadership development skills to our
membership. Our task force emerged with a clear picture of our priorities for the next five years: Girl and
Family Experience, Volunteer Support and Engagement, Program Effectiveness, and Growth Strategies.
Inherent in each priority are three business imperatives: Value Proposition, Fund Development, and Process
and Technology. Looking forward, our winning proposition is to be the premier place for girls to have fun,
explore their full potential, and become leaders!
We are working to realign staff and job responsibilities to create the environment in which Girl Scouts builds
girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Another
focus of Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas will be to engage more girls in STEM (Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Math) activities, encouraging them to not only seek careers in STEM fields, but ultimately to
help create our future. It is critical that girls come into contact with female role models in various STEM fields
and are given an opportunity to see how STEM affects every aspect of our lives.
Thanks to lead gifts from the Rees-Jones Foundation, the Simmons Foundation, and the Hoglund Foundation,
we have taken the first steps in transforming our Camp Whispering Cedars into our STEM Center of
Excellence. Partnering with entities such as the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the Dallas County
Community College District, and others, we will soon be able to provide hands-on experiences and mentors
to bring alive the educational and career opportunities in STEM fields. Many of our badge programs are
incorporating STEM facets, helping girls realize the new ideas they can bring to the world of STEM, as well.
Another critical focus area is on our volunteers – engaging them, helping to make their work easier,
improving our technology, and providing them with more online training courses, easier registration, and
access to the information they need. Our volunteers hold the promise of a better world, giving girls in
Northeast Texas experiences they will cherish for a lifetime.
If we are to continue to make “the history for tomorrow” for today’s Girl Scouts, we must be willing to take
a hard look at ourselves and make the changes that this generation requires. Together, we are making a
difference in the lives of girls. Thank you for supporting our girls, enabling them to make our world a
better place.
Yours in Girl Scouting,
Colleen Walker
Chief Executive Officer
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Millie Bradley
Chair of the Board
GIRL SCOUT MISSION:
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage,
confidence, and character, who
make the world a better place.
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Strategic Learning
In 2013, GSNETX began a journey of strategic learning with a team of volunteers, staff, and board
members. That journey led the council to an innovative spotlight on customer experience, with
special attention focusing on how to equip the volunteers of today with the tools and resources they
need to build girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
The focus for the council is on four critical initiatives:
Girl and Family Experience: Create an inclusive environment where girls and
families feel welcome, connected, to Girl Scouts and can fully benefit from the
Girl Scout Leadership Experience.
Volunteer Support and Engagement: Establish a relational, effective
volunteer system that drives engagement and retention and ensures that
GSNETX is the opportunity of choice for volunteers who want to impact
girls’ lives.
Program Effectiveness: Create an outcome-driven culture among all staff,
volunteers, and community partners. This culture will advance alignment
with the National Program Portfolio, use of the Girl Scout processes, and
measurement and reporting of Girl Scout Leadership Experience outcomes
in order to deliver the ultimate girl experience.
Growth Strategy: Transform girl and volunteer recruitment and retention
strategies with a focus on building and growing diverse, sustainable
GSNETX membership.
With this strategic
direction, GSNETX
restructured its
mission delivery
staff before the 2013
Administrative Kickoff.
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• Membership staff were realigned to implement
key strategies for recruiting new members and
retaining current members.
• The Program Team was structured to serve
program grade levels and short-term volunteers.
• Adult training is undergoing a transformation in
partnership with GSUSA to best serve the
volunteers of today, with enhanced use of
technology and innovation.
STEM Center of Excellence
at Camp Whispering Cedars
The capital campaign and STEM program development will continue at Camp Whispering Cedars
as we transform our facility into a one-of-a-kind STEM Center of Excellence.
$13 million
$4 million raised
The Rees-Jones Welcome Center and the Hoglund Foundation
Girl Program Center is coming soon to the STEM Center of Excellence
Serving 2,200 girls and adults today
Overall Capital Campaign
The Perot Foundation
The Rees-Jones Foundation
The Simmons Foundation
The Hoglund Foundation
Many thanks to:
The Hoblitzelle Foundation
The Dallas Foundation
The Prothro Foundation
Millie and Allen Bradley
Stephanie and Hunter Hunt
and others
Camp Bette Perot Aquatic Center
With thanks to The Perot Foundation
Opening June 2014
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STEM Programming
GAMMA SIGMA
The first – ever Gamma Sigma event was held at Hebron High School for Girl Scout Juniors and their
parents to engage them in their Girl Scout journey. The day was filled with hands – on activities in
STEM, Healthy Living, Financial Literacy and Outdoor Leadership.
girls
adults
COLLEGE JOURNEY
Girl Scouts entering 7th – 12th grade participated in hands-on experiments with a focus on
(STEM) in a college setting at the University of Texas at Dallas. There were two sessions: Cadette
Week on June 23-28 and Senior/Ambassador Week on July 21-26. During the five-day workshop, girls interacted with college students, were mentored by successful
STEM professionals, and were exposed to a wide array of exciting STEM related coursework including
computer programming, robotics, environmental engineering, biology, and anatomy. Texas
Instruments sponsored Senior/Ambassador Week and the Fluor Foundation sponsored Cadette Week.
STEM Outcomes
Girls develop:
• Confidence in STEM
• Awareness of STEM in daily living
• Understanding of STEM career
options
• Interest in pursuing STEM courses and careers
“Because of College Journey, I have set higher standards
for myself in my science and math classes”
- College Journey attendee, 16 year old
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Cookie Program
The Girl Scout Cookie Program is an integral part of the Girl Scouts Financial Literacy Initiative
for girls in grades K – 12.
FIVE KEY SKILLS
LEARNED THROUGH
THE COOKIE PROGRAM:
1. Goal Setting
2. Decision Making
3. Business Ethics
4. Money Management
5. People Skills
boxes sold
girls selling
boxes donated
to Troop to Troop
average troop revenue
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Gold Award Program
The Girl Scout Gold Award is the highest award a Girl Scout can earn and recognizes Girl Scout
Seniors and Ambassadors who demonstrate community leadership, culminating in 80 hours or
more of service. Each girl chooses and thoroughly researches an issue she cares about, designs
her action plan, builds community collaborations, and takes the lead in implementing her
Girl Scout Gold Award project.
Girls received their
Gold Award in 2013
Maria Hayes, a 2013 Gold Award Honoree, challenged herself daily and took
the road less traveled by other students. Her hard work has paid off. In
May, she graduated in the Top 10 of her class from Denison High School.
Maria was a Commended National Merit, an AP Scholar, Outstanding Science
Student, and Outstanding Spanish Student. She earned numerous academic
letters and served as Secretary of the Grayson County 4-H Council. Maria,
a 14 year member of Girl Scouts, recently received her Gold Award working
with Texoma Health Foundation to create a resource room, “Room for Hope,”
for women with breast cancer.
“I have learned countless things from Girl Scouts! From learning
how to make and keep friendships to learning how to become a
responsible adult, Girl Scouts has made me who I am today! I am
incredibly grateful for the opportunities it has given me.”
- Maria Hayes, 2013 Gold Award Honoree
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Camp Rocks
1,600
“I learned how to
be a role model
for younger girls,
how to teach
them and help
them grow.”
Girls Attended
Resident Camp
2,000
Girls Attended
Day and Twilight Camp
- 13 year old, Camp Gambill
NEW! Air-conditioning was installed
for all cabins at all resident camps.
91% of parents said the
overall camp experience was
excellent or good.
90% of parents said they
“I made it to the
top of the rock
climbing wall and
never thought I could.
It felt great.”
- 11 year old, Camp Bette Perot
would send their daughter
to camp again.
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Community Programs
Using the Girl Scout Leadership Experience model, Girl Scouting is delivered to girls in underserved
schools through in and after school community outreach and education programs funded by the
council and our generous supporters. Programs include Girl Scouts Direct, Girl Scouting in the
School Day, and Las Mariposas.
GIRL SCOUTS DIRECT - This afterschool leadership development program provides an “authentic”
Girl Scout experience for elementary-school girls in underserved communities.
K - 5th
grades
86% of girls in Girl Scouts
Direct reported an improvement
in academic achievement.
GIRL SCOUTING IN THE SCHOOL DAY (EAST TEXAS) - This leadership development
program is held during the school day for middle school girls in underserved communities in East Texas.
6th - 8th
grades
75% of girls in Girl Scouting
in the School Day (East Texas)
showed a notable growth in STEM
interest and competence.
“I never thought about going to college or what I might study if I did
go, until Girl Scouts. We even looked at many great STEM careers.
I now realize that I can do anything I want if I work hard and put my
mind to it.”
- Michaela, 6th grade, GSSD East Texas
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GIRL SCOUTING IN THE SCHOOL DAY (DALLAS) - This leadership development program is
held during the school day for middle school girls in underserved communities in Dallas County.
6th - 8th
grades
93% of girls in Girl Scouting in
the School Day Dallas reported an
improvement in seeking challenges.
LAS MARIPOSAS - This program provides an “authentic” Girl Scout experience for elementary-school
girls whose primary language is not English.
1st-5th
grades
91% of 1st-5th grade girls in
Las Mariposas reported a
strong sense of self.
“Girl Scouting in the School Day has been involved with our students for a few
years. The curriculum includes current topics our students are excited to
receive information about and participate in discussions. The hands on activities
are creative and always have a message our students can embrace and own.
The leaders are professional and truly have our students’ best interest at heart.
We at Robert T. Hill MS value the concept of GSSD, the curriculum choices, and
the leaders.”
- Coach Thibodaux, Robert T. Hill MS, GSSD
“Girl Scouts taught me to make good decisions for myself,
instead of the bad choices I used to make.”
– 5th grade student, GSD
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GSNETX by the Numbers
Number of Badges earned for GSNETX’s 4 Pillars:
12,286
STEM
20,289
Financial
Literacy
Statement of Activities
Total public support and revenue
$15,159,888
EXPENSES
Services for girls and adults
$11,549,021
Management and generalopportunities $1,142,058
Fundraising$874,884
Total expenses$13,565,963
Change in net assets
$1,593,925
Net assets at beginning of year
$17,787,047
Net assets at end of year
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$19,380,972
Outdoor
Leadership
17,252
Healthy
Living
2013 OPERATING REVENUES
UNITED WAY (3%)
REVENUE2013
Annual giving/contributions
$2,850,172
United Way contributions
$379,872
Cookie Program, net
$9,580,221
Program and camping fees
$940,046
Sales of merchandise, net
$525,133
Investment income/(loss)
$290,711
Other income$593,733
7,781
ANNUAL GIVING/
CONTRIBUTIONS (19%)
LES
NDISE SA
MERCHA HER (9%)
T
O
&
& %)
AMES (6
R
OG FE
PR ING
P
M
CA
COOKIE PROGRAM
(63%)
GSNETX by the Numbers
33,178
Girl
Members
17,242
Adult
Members
Statement of Financial Position
2,616
Service
Units
Girl Scout
Troops
2013 EXPENSES
%)
G (6
ISIN
DRA
FUN
NT %)
ME (8
GE AL
NANER
MAGE
&
ASSETS2013
Cash and cash equivalents
$8,314,902
Investments$2,495,140
Accounts and pledges receivable
$2,862,692
Inventory and other
$580,920
Land, buildings and equipment, $6,614,946
net of accum. depreciation
Total assets$20,868,600
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
Accounts payable-trade$233,560
Deferred revenue$72,996
Other accrued liabilities
$1,013,441
Custodial funds$167,631
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SERVICES FOR GIRLS
& ADULTS (86%)
Total liabilities$1,487,628
Net assets-unrestricted$15,826,033
Net assets-temporarily restricted
$3,435,432
Net assets-permanently restricted
$119,507
Total net assets$19,380,972
Total liabilities and net assets
$20,868,600
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Donors
Juliette Low
Leadership Society
($1,000 or more
contribution level)
Ginger Adams
Kit Addleman
Susan Adzick
Emily and Greg Allbright
Ruth Sharp Altshuler
and Charles Sharp
Melisa Ambers
Julie and Keith Anderson
Lesly Bosch Annen
Anonymous
Crystal Arredondo
Audra Ashton
Bob Barker
Jennifer and Thomas
Bartkowski
LuAnne Jones Beckley
Celes Bedford
Michelle Befort
Ronald Berg
Lucy Billingsley
Jenny Birge’
Michael Bohling
Beatrice Bourne
Millie P. Bradley
Betty Bridges
Julie and John Broad
Brady Brownlow
Cindy Brownlow
Beth and Ed Bull
Megan Burkhart
Kathleen Burrow
Sharon Butler
Nancy Carter
Samuel Cheng
Debbie Chesley
Terry Clower
Jennifer Clubb
Serena and Michael Cole
Martha and Russell
Coleman
Kathryn and Leo Collins
Lani and Keith Connolly
Sonja and Michael
Conoly
Pete Cooper
Cathy Coughlin
Gayla Crain
Mary Anne Cree
Trammell S. Crow
Ashley Crowe
Brenda Cubbage
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Trisha Cunningham
Nicole DeBusk
Nancy Dembny
Kim Dixon
Steve Donosky
Matrice Ellis-Kirk and
Ron Kirk
Julie England
Shannon and Robert
Fitzgerald
Sharon Fountain
Tiffany Fowler
Mary Anne French
Sheila Gallagher
Rani C. Garcia
Suzy and Larry Gekiere
Carol and Don
Glendenning
Lisanne Glew
Robert Goff
Ashley Goldman-Barr
Brenda Gomes
Melissa Gomez
Monica Gonzalez
Gerri Gordon
Aimee Griffiths
Lutha Grigsby
Orsolya and Kevin Halter
Rosia Harmon
Juanita Harris
Lyda Hill
Kelly Hodgson
Sally and Forrest
Hoglund
Lesley Holland
J. Mark Hollis
Rita Howdeshell
Cathey Humphreys
Alison Hunsicker
Stephanie and Hunter
Hunt
Mattie Jenkins
Kimberly Johnson
Elizabeth and Richard
Johnson
Andrew Jones
Randy Jurgensmeyer
Janise Jurica
Ann and Keith Kadesky
Angie and Kevin Kadesky
Kimber Kadesky
Dean Kadesky
David Kim
Roxanne Kosanda
Lisa Kuhn
Lori Lee
Debra and Steve Leven
Connie Lindsey
Gwyneth Lloyd
Lisbeth Lokey
Lynne Mabry
Janet Madigan
Cynthia Malone
Mia Martin
Whitney Johns Martin
Laura Maxwell
Katherine Maxwell
Aisha McClendon
Jami McDermid
Diane Michaels
Peggy and David
Millheiser
Steven Moon
Anne Motsenbocker
Sara Jo and David
Mueller
Eddie Mullens
Carol Nichols
Erle Nye
Anne Oltman
Theresa and Yousuf
Omar
Michele Ostendorf
Troy Owen
Erin Pearce
Tonya Pelley
Bette Perot
Margot and Ross Perot
Amy and Nick Plenger
Angelica Podias
Sally Posey
Caren Prothro
Brenda Pryor
Heather Randall
Glynn and Charles Rasor
Mara Rodriguez-Carter
Debra and Tim Roling
Becki Rush
Elixabeth A. Schartz
Norma Scott
Peggy and Carl Sewell
Patricia Sherwood
Carol Short
Rebecca Short
Susan G. Simon
Camille and Earl
Simpkins
Marcia Simpson
Ruth Skinner
Nicole and Justin Small
Christina Stenger
Marianne and Roger
Staubach
Denise Strickland
Cheryl Sutterfield-Jones
and Ron Jones
Donna Tharp
Tammy Thies
Clarice Tinsley
Barbara Van Riper
Monica Velazquez
Bobbie and Andres
Villareal
Julie and C.J. Vogel
Colleen Walker and
Felipe Gumucio
Janet Walters
Severina Ware
Kacy Whitehead
Robert Williams
Nancy Wonders
$250-$999
Contribution Level
Mary Abbott
Shirley Agustin
Billie Anderson
Dianne Armstrong
Tiffany Attaway
Dana Bartholomew
Monica Bentle
Rose Beyer
Jane Binnion
Leigh Birdsong
Kelly Blackburn
John Blaufuss
Maria Boddicker
Erin Botsford
Christina Brand
Stephanie Bray
Amy Brooks
T.K. Brown
Brenda Brown
Stacy Brown
Gretchen Burkhalter
Richard Burnett
Mary Burnette
Nancy Buschmann
Kristi Bushman
Leonard Carroll
Kelly Carter
David Cedillo
Christina Cernuch
Ann Chabot
Katherine Coker
Steven Cook
Susan and Simon
Cooper
Ray Corbin, Jr.
Michael Corry
Elizabeth Cotner
Mary Crain
Brenda Crews
Ronda Criss
Angela Crone
Nancy Crouch
Katherine Crow
Kasey Daly
Linda D’Amanda
Richard Darrah
Perrie and Tim
Daugherty
Tammy Davis
Sherri Davis
Monica Davis
Kristen Dearing
Brandi Deere
Marge Dellert
Melissa Denis
Lene DeRudder
Ron Dykstra
Tanya East
Sharrie Ely
Tricia Flynn
Sarah and Doug Francis
Jeanette Frazier
Beth Garvey
Kara Gehan
Lisa Genecov
Joey Giancaspero
Evelyn Glass
Alice Gorena
Victoria Gorman-Page
Rosemary and Jeff
Groce
Hilary Grider-Henk
Erika Hackworth
Cynthia Hagan
Donna Hamaker
Ann Harmon
Lesley Harris
Julie Haworth
Elise Healy
Staci and Jason
Hernandez
Nicke Hetzel
Lori Hoff
David Holmes
Yin Hu
Nancy Huff
Laura Hyman
Mary James
Hilary Jirasek
Mary Johnson
Sally Johnson
Timberly
Johnson-Lyimo
J. Paul Jones
Pam Jones-Williams
Margo and Jim Keyes
Vaishali and Rajesh
Khamankar
Bruce Kimme
Sharon S. King
Marcie Kolb
Susan Krnic
Kenneth Kubiak
Monique Kunkel
Susan Lafayette
Katherine Lalonde
Lindsey Lambert
Sandy Lancaster
Maria LeBlanc
Janice Leuschel
Kelly Lopez
Amanda Mackoy
Reba and Richard Martin
Rashmi and Apurva
Mathur
Loretta Mays
Chasity McCarty
Daniel McCracken
Sydney McDole
Anna and David McPhail
Nancy Medina
Carol Middelkoop
Jane Miles, M.D.
Janice Mitchell
Blanca Morales
Jenifer Moreau
Brianna Morris
Mary Murcott
Nelda Myatt
Diana and Richard
Nevins
Patricia Newman
Karol Nurse
Karen Packer
Mary Paquin
Rick Parker
Rose Patterson
Catherine Pena
Gretchen Peterson
Katherine Petty
Donna Pierce
Molly Pieroni
Brian Plunkett
Kathleen Plunkett
R.A. Reuter Trust
Claudia Reed
Betty Richardson
Carol Roehrig
Kristee Rouse
Charlotte Russell
Jean Russo
Marguerite Sakis
Patricia Sandlin
Kelly Schlotman
Michael Seisler
Jon Sellers
Elizabeth Sherwood
Jessica Slaughter
Sharilee Smith
Kimberley Soles
Shannon Steinman
Helen Stevenson
Laura Stratton
Julie Sturm
Mary Beth Sunderhaus
Ellen Sutton
Deborah Taft
Kay Tait
Nancy Tao
Sharon Tulloh
Nancy Usrey
Rebecca Vallo
Siotha and Jeremy Vest
Elizabeth Wahlquist
Deanna Walker
Kristin Wear
Andrea Werner
Dallas White
Timothy Williams
Kerin Wilson
Lori Wiseman
Johnna Wyant
Jennifer Yepez
Shatoya Young
Sandra Zoellner
Corporations &
Foundations
Action Automatic
Sprinkler, Inc.
Alliance Data
Anonymous
AT&T
Bank of America
Charitable Foundation
Bank of Texas
Baylor Health Care
System
Bell Helicopter Textron,
Inc.
BNY Mellon Wealth
Management
The Boone Family
Foundation
Brookshire Grocery Co.
Capital One Bank
Carl B. and Florence E.
King Foundation
The Carl J. and Margot A.
Johnson Foundation
The Catholic
Foundation
Children’s Medical
Center
Citibank Texas, NA
Clements-Gear
Management
Company
Comerica Bank
Communities
Foundation of Texas,
Inc.
CoServ Charitable
Foundation
Crain Cubbage Healy
Hedgpeth Johnson &
Wilson, PLLC
Crosstex Energy
The Dallas Foundation
Dallas Mavericks
Dallas Women’s
Foundation
Dallas Zoo
DART
Deloitte & Touche LLP
Denton Benefit League
Direct Energy
Ed & Mary Heath
Foundation
EF Institute for Cultural
Exchange, Inc.
Eileen Fisher, Inc.
Encana Oil & Gas Inc.
Energy Future Holdings
Enterprise Holdings
Foundation
Ericsson Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP
The Eugene McDermott
Foundation
EXCO Resources
ExxonMobil
ExxonMobil Production
FedEx Office and Print
Services, Inc
Fluor Corporation
Foundation
Fredonia Rotary
Foundation
Gardere Wynne Sewell
LLP
Garland D. Rhoads
Foundation
Girl Scouts of the USA
The Graham and
Carolyn Holloway
Family Foundation
The Grainger
Foundation
Grant Thornton LLP
Harold Simmons
Foundation
Hawn Foundation, Inc.
Haynes and Boone, LLP
HCK2 Partners
Heritage Guild of Collin
County
The Hispanic 100
Kappa Delta
HKS, Inc.
The Hockaday School
The Hoglund
Foundation
Hunt Consolidated, Inc.
IBM
Imprimis Group, Inc.
Ingersoll Rand
JCPenney
Jones Lang LaSalle
JP Morgan Chase
Junior League of Collin
County
Kimberly Clark
Foundation
Kiwanis Club of Robson
Ranch
Knights of Columbus
Council 11716
Kohl’s
Locke Lord LLP
Lockton Dunning
Benefits
The Louis and
Peaches Owen Family
Foundation
M. B. & Edna Zale
Foundation
Mary Kay, Inc.
Mattel
The Meadows
Foundation
Medieval Times
MetLife
The Mike and Mary Terry
Foundation
NBCUniversal
Foundation
Nina McLemore, Inc.
Norma’s Cafe
Oncor Electric Delivery
Company, LLC
ORIX Foundation
P. T. Kilman Trust
Palmer & Cay
PDS Tech, Inc.
Perot Museum of Nature
and Science
PlainsCapital Bank
Posey Family
Foundation
Preston Center Rotary
Club
PricewaterhouseCoopers
LLP
R. A. Reuter Living Trust
RAM Foundation
Raymond James
Charitable
Endowment Fund
The Rees-Jones
Foundation
Rent-A-Center, Inc.
RICOH USA, Inc.
The Rogers Foundation
Ronald McDonald
House Charities, Inc.
Ross Avenue Baptist
Church Foundation, Inc.
Samsung
Sanofi-Aventis US
Santander Consumer
USA Inc. Foundation
Sewell Automotive
Companies
Shamrock Asset
Management, LLC
Shiloh Place
Sprint Nextel
Stocker Hoesterey
Montenegro
Architects
Strasburger & Price, LLP
T. B. Butler Foundation
Texas Bank and Trust
Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments
Foundation
Texas Rangers Baseball
Texas Women Ventures
The Dock
The Theodore and
Beulah Beasley
Foundation
Thompson & Knight
Foundation
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Donors Continued
Tom Thumb
Town North Woman’s
Club
Trinity Industries, Inc.
Trinity Mother Frances
Healthcare System
Trinity Presbyterian
TXU Energy
UPS Foundation, Inc.
Venturity Financial
Partners
Vin and Caren Prothro
Foundation
Wal-Mart Corporation
Weaver and Tidwell, LLP
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Wendy’s International,
Inc.
WGG Foundation
YesterLand Farm LLC
Youth Service America
United Way/United
Funds
East/Central Texas
United Way
Forney Area United Way
Greater Longview
United Way
Harrison County
United Way
Hopkins County
United Way
Liberty City United Fund
Terrell-Kaufman
United Way
United Fund of Cherokee County
United Fund of Kilgore
United Way of Denton
County
United Way of Franklin
County
United Way of Grayson
County
United Way of Hunt
County, Inc.
United Way of Lamar
County
United Way of
Metropolitan Dallas
United Way of Rusk
County
United Way of
Smith County
United Way of West
Ellis County
GSNETX was a proud participant in the 2013 Donor Bridge campaign .
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In-KindSupport
Total Wine & More
Venturity Financial
($250ormore)
Partners
AJ Bart
BeautiControl
Wordsmooth
Celebration Restaurant
D’Moms
Eiseman Jewels
FelCor Lodging Trust
Fox 4/KDFW
Kiehl’s
Luna de Noche
MAC Cosmetics
Perot Museum of Nature
and Science
Planet Productions
Sleep Experts
Strasburger and Price,
LLP
Thirty-One Gifts
2013 Gold Awardees
Jasmine Ahamad
Ann Marie Anderson
Caroline Stone Arbour
Anase Sewuese Asom
Sarah Bauer
Meghan Bowen
Allison Brockette
Linda Buehler
Malintzin Camara
Sarah Chung
Adrian Collins
Michaela Xochitl Cortes
Jennifer Cuaderes
Susannah Dibble
Emma Donohoe
Adrienne Downey
Laura Evans
Mary Elizabeth Flickinger
Sierra Francis
Lauren Gariss
Michelle Hagan
Cathryn Halverson
Chole Hancock
Jenna Hanley
Rebecca Harshman
Leah Hart
Julianne Hasting
Callie Haworth
Alexandra Hayden
Maria Elena Hayes
Katarina Hernandez
Valerie Huynh
Amanda Hydrick
Kay Ideker
Stephanie Jasper
Stephanie N. Johnson
Taylor Johnson
Alanna Justman
Laura Kenyon
Alicia Isabel Kiattinat
Darby Lee
Ivy Lee Loper
Katherine Lothrop
Jessica Martinez
Meagan Elizabeth Massey
Katy Mast
Haley McDaniel
Mackenzie Merriam
Clarsia Renee Montes
Sydney Morton
Erin Marie Odom
Amber Omar
Alycia Ovalle
Briana Nicole Owens
Caroline Pajda
Emily Pellerin
Harley Poole
Colleen Pritchett
Ricky Rajani
Angie Reisch
Rachel Rogers
Ana Marie Alicia Romanach
Isabella Ruekberg
Kelsey Schmitt
Jessica Scurlock
Micah Secor
Shannon Shiffer
Abigail Shipman
Anjana Slvakumar
Elizabeth Anne Slovak
Emily Sparks
Tracy Stephens
Callie Ann Stone
Regan Irene Sullivan
Annie Tadvick
Carly Thompson
Lauren Truitt
Rachel Tucker
Meena Vegesna
Sarah Velten
Alexandra Marion Villareal
Aime Wall
Britta Ward
Claire Wheeler
Eryn Wilson
Inna Wines
Kendall Wolkenstein
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Alumnae Association
The Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas Alumnae Association currently supports nearly 26,000
members. A Girl Scout Alumnae is any current or former member, current or former volunteer, or
current or former staff member. To join today, please visit www.gsnetx.org/alumnae.
GSNETX Service Centers and Counties Served
Service Centers: JoAnn Fogg Service Center (Headquarters), Collin Area Service Center, Denton
Service Center, East Texas Regional Service Center, Grayson Area Service Center, Highland Village
Service Center, Paris Service Center, Southern Sector Service Center.
Counties: Anderson, Camp, Cherokee, Collin, Dallas, Delta, Denton, Ellis, Fannin, Franklin, Freestone,
Grayson, Gregg, Harrison, Henderson, Hopkins, Hunt, Kaufman, Lamar, Marion, Morris, Navarro,
Panola, Rains, Red River, Rockwall, Rusk, Smith, Titus, Upshur, Van Zandt & Wood.
32
33,000
girls
counties in
Northeast Texas
4
Outdoor Centers
of Excellence
17,000 adults
23,000
square miles
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8
Service
Centers
Board 2012-2013
of Directors
Board Officers Term: 2013-2015
Board Chair
Millie Bradley
Retired, ExxonMobil, General Auditor
First Vice Chair/Finance
Beth Bull
Communities Foundation of Texas, SVP & CFO
Third Vice President/Property
Brenda Cubbage
Crain Cubbage Healy Hedgpeth Johnson
& Wilson, pllc, Shareholder
Second Vice Chair/Strategic Planning
Earl M. Simpkins
Booz & Company, Partner
Secretary
Liz Schartz
Thompson & Knight, Partner
Term 2012-2014
Treasurer
Barbara Van Riper
J.P. Morgan, V. P.
Board Members-at-Large Term: 2013-2015
Kit Addleman
Haynes & Boone, Partner
Susan Adzick
McLane Foodservice, V.P., Marketing
Jenny Birgé
Frito-Lay, R & D, Sr. Group Mgr.
Katheryn Burchett
J.C. Penney Company,
SVP/Merchandise & Mktg. Integration
Megan D. Burkhart
Comerica, EVP & Chief HRO
Trisha Cunningham
Texas Instruments, Chief
Citizen Officer
Kim Dixon
FedEx Office & Print Services,
EVP & COO
Theresa A. Flores
Mary Kay, Inc., Manager,
Government Relations
Heather Randall
Trinity Industries, VP Legal
Affairs & Govt. Relations
Alison Hunsicker
Mockingbird Management,
Owner & President
Martha Ross
Overhead Door Corp., VP, Controller
& Treasurer
Jennifer Johnson
CrossTex Energy, SVP, HR
Mike Scott
New State Capital Partners, Partner
Mike Mattocks
Dallas Mavericks, Dir. of
Corporate Sponsorships
Marcia Reeves Simpson
EXCO Resources, Inc., VP Engineering
& Officer
Yousuf Omar
Citi, Market President
Kacy Whitehead
Crain Cubbage Healy Hedgpeth Johnson
& Wilson, pllc, Of Councel
Tegwin Pulley
STEM Equity Pipeline, NAPE,
Texas Director
Board Members-at-Large Term: 2012-2014
Lesly Bosch Annen
Healy Partners, Chartered
Advisor in Philanthropy
Samuel Cheng
American College of Emergency
Physicians, Controller
Terry Clower
Univ. of North Texas, Dir., Ctr. For Economic
Dev. & Research
Judy D. Forinash
Capital One, IT
Cynthia F. Malone
AT&T Services, Inc., Gen. Atty.,
Wholesale Regulatory
Clarice Tinsley
Fox 4/KDFW, Anchor/Reporter
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Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas
6001 Summerside Drive
Dallas, Texas 75252
www.gsnetx.org

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