Roz lives in Nottingham, New Hampshire. Most recently, Roz served as an Assistant Professor at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. She is a policy development and implementation specialist and an expert in social science statistics. While her most recent experience with Girl Scouting has been limited to supporting her niece's participation in the Girl Scout Cookie Leadership program through the purchase of Thin Mints, Roz was a Brownie Girl Scout while growing up in Brooklyn, New York. Looking back, Roz believes that the structure and regularity that Girl Scouts brought to the lives of the girls and their families in her neighborhood was invaluable.
Katelyn PC Hudson 
Katelyn lives and grew up in Jericho, VT and is a lifetime Girl Scout. She first joined Girl Scouting as a Brownie in 1992. After several jumps between local troops, Katelyn earned her gold and silver award, as well as the President's Student Service Award and served two terms as Girl Representative to the legacy Vermont Council Board of Directors. She also helped with the creation of the Girls Rock the Capitol Program and worked as a Young Woman Ambassador. While attending Vermont Technical College, she helped troops as an assistant leader, mentor, and delegate. After her first degree, Katelyn attended the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture in Arizona and Wisconsin for a Bachelor's degree before going to graduate school at the University of Hawaii at Manoa for a Doctorate of Architecture. Since returning to Vermont Katelyn has worked at a local architectural firm in Burlington while reconnecting with the Girl Scouting community. She is excited to be able to give back to an organization that has offered her so many opportunities.
Susan Manning 
Sue's interest and lifelong membership in Girl Scouts was cultivated by her mother who has spent over 50 years actively involved in the Girl Scouts. Sue herself started in Girl Scouts as a Brownie and graduated high school as a Senior Girl Scout. Sue attributes her successes over the years to the skills, confidence and opportunities being a Girl Scout help her develop. It is those same skills and opportunities she wants to help other young girls develop and experience. While in college Sue continued participating in Girl Scouts by working as a summer camp counselor and as an adult, Sue hosted a troop while living in Philadelphia and served as a troop leader while in North Carolina.
Today, Sue resides in Manchester, New Hampshire where she works as the Vice President of Strategy at Catholic Medical Center. In this position, Sue focuses on developing and executing organizational strategies as well as marketing, communications and philanthropic activities. Sue moved to New Hampshire from Naples, Florida where she lived for 10 years. There she worked for a healthcare system leading strategic planning retreats, implementing lean six sigma, and formulating numerous industry and competitive landscape analyses. She also spent a portion of her career as an independent consultant and management engineer in various healthcare organizations along the east coast. Sue has a Bachelors and Masters degree in Industrial Engineering and an MBA from Duke University. Sue believes her strengths and knowledge can help the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains continue to bring rewarding opportunities and experiences to girls and adults throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.
Judith Silverberg, PhD 
A lifetime Girl Scout member, Judy was a member of the Riverland Council in Wisconsin beginning as a Brownie in 1959, earned her First Class in 1967, and attended Girl Scout West in Ten Sleep, Wyoming in 1970. She has been an active Girl Scout volunteer throughout her adult life serving as a leader and trainer. Judy has 35 years of experience working with natural resource agencies in Wisconsin, Connecticut and New Hampshire. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she earned a Bachelor’s (Wildlife Ecology) and Master’s degree (Environmental Education) and holds her Doctorate in Natural Resources from the University of New Hampshire. Currently, she works for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department where she is responsible for planning, implementation and delivery of wildlife education and viewing programs throughout the Granite State. Judy also oversees the department’s visitor centers and conservation camp. She has served on a number of boards and advisory groups and been an adjunct professor at several universities. She is the author of the NH Wildlife Viewing Guide and lives in Bow. Judy is the recipient of numerous state, regional and national awards. She looks forward to bringing her organizational, facilities management and educational skills to the board.