Girl Experience Team
The Girl Experience Team is responsible for all aspects of the Council’s program function to ensure the implementation, delivery and assessment of a nationally consistent leadership development experience for girls residing in NH and VT, including troops, series, events, travel, camp, and virtual programs.
Carrie has been the Director of Girl Leadership Experience since 2010 and has worked for GSGWM for well over a decade. Her previous positions included Director of Outdoor Programming (overseeing 15 camps) and Camp Chenoa Resident Camp Director. She has a master’s degree in International Education and a bachelor’s degree in Education and Anthropology. Her professional and volunteer experience includes working with children in various educational settings- from summer camp to museum education. As a former Girl Scout and a troop leader, Carrie said she enjoys providing girls with the great opportunities she enjoyed when she was a girl member. When she’s not working, Carrie enjoys traveling, spending time outside, and working on creative projects.
Phone: 888.474.9686 x4147
Virtual Resources & Awards Manager
Jessie has over 15 years of experience in child and family non-profit services, including an extensive background in children’s and youth programming. She holds a Master’s of Education and a B.A. in Sociology. Jessie loves being part of an organization that empowers girls to change the world. She enjoys traveling with her husband, and spending time with her two dogs.
Phone: 888.474.9686 x4120
Troop Pathway Resources Manager
Debbie graduated from Plymouth State College in 1989 with a BS in Elementary Education. She worked in public and private schools for over 20 years, with a strong background in supporting special needs students. Debbie started as a troop leader over 15 years ago and has been a leader at every age level for all 3 of her daughters. She has also been director of Camp Whispering Pines, an Adult Learning Facilitator, Community Team member and delegate at the council and national levels. She took on the role of staff member in 2009 because she wanted other adults to have as much fun in Girl Scouting as she has had. Debbie loves to cook, camp, travel, and spend time with her husband and 3 grandchildren (one of whom is a Girl Scout).
Series & Travel Pathways Manager
Melissa has worked for GSGWM since February 2012. Prior to that, she worked for a council in Florida. A lifetime Girl Scout who holds a Gold Award, Melissa has traveled the world on GSUSA destinations, including Europe, the Galapagos Islands, and Idaho. When not at work, she loves camping and traveling. She can often be found floating in the lake in her kayak, and exploring national and state parks.
Phone: 888.474.9686 x4252
Outdoor & Special Programming Coordinator
Cheri’s history with the Girl Scouts spans over two decades! A girl member for 12 years, she’s now a lifetime member who wears many hats with GSGWM. Cheri is both the Special and Outdoor Programming Coordinator and the Director of Camp Kettleford in Bedford, NH. A native of Arkansas, Cheri made New England her home after earning her Bachelor’s at Smith College. She said the best part of her day, without hesitation, is spending time with the children. When she’s not at work she enjoys reading, camping, hiking, contra-dancing, and playing/singing traditional music. Cheri is also the owner of Arhwana Arts, an illustration and graphic design business.
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