At the Heart of Girl Scouts

By Lisa Jones, Chief Executive Officer Every day, Girl Scout volunteers are changing the world for girls. They give selflessly of their time and talents to help build girls of courage, confidence and character. Girl Scout volunteers are truly at the heart of Girl Scouts and the lifeblood of the Movement. I believe Girl Scouts … Continue reading At the Heart of Girl Scouts

Our Future Is Bright!

By Lisa Jones, Chief Executive Officer Wow…my first six months have been a blur, but tremendously fun and exhilarating!  In the last few weeks, we have seen some exciting changes around Girl Scouts – NC Coastal Pines.  Our Fayetteville Service Center has moved to a new location which will increase both our visibility and accessibility. … Continue reading Our Future Is Bright!

Girl Scouts Soar as Leaders

By Lisa Jones, Chief Executive Officer Supporting girls’ health, wellness and leadership development is not only important to us at Girl Scouts – NC Coastal Pines; it is an essential part of our mission to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. Over the last few weeks, I … Continue reading Girl Scouts Soar as Leaders

April Travels brings May Flowers – and More!

By Lisa Jones, Chief Executive Officer It’s beginning to look and feel like Spring around our Council.  That yellow pine pollen, which we never have a shortage of, is covering everything in our eastern counties.  Azaleas are displaying brilliant colors around our three service centers.  The colorful cabins of Camp Hardee and platform tents at … Continue reading April Travels brings May Flowers – and More!

15 Days and counting: A New CEO’s First Reflections

By: Lisa M. K. Jones, Chief Executive Officer My years as a Brownie and Girl Guide allowed me to experience firsthand some of the many benefits of Girl Scouting.  Before my first day as the new Chief Executive Officer with Girl Scouts – NC Coastal Pines, I knew Girl Scouts was making a meaningful impact … Continue reading 15 Days and counting: A New CEO’s First Reflections