Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland is on the search for a new CEO following the retirement announcement of the organization’s current leader.
Current CEO Liz Workman announced she will be stepping down from her role at the end of June. Workman has led the organization for the past eight years and has been involved with Girls Scouts for more than 40 years.
During her tenure, Workman led the implementation of numerous national initiatives in the local community including the Customer Engagement Initiative (CEI) which aimed to streamline the membership process, an effort which the Kansas Heartland was one of the earliest adopters amongst 111 councils nationwide. Workman’s tenure also saw her serve on numerous committees including the National Girl Scout Delivery Systems Gap Team and Integration Team, the Girls Scouts USA delegation to the 14th Western Hemisphere Regional Conference, the Project Wichita Vision Team and Lifelong Learning Work Team in 2018 and the Kansas Department of Education Redesign Advisory Committee in 2017 to name just a few.
The Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland Board has established a search committee and they have engaged a national search firm to find Workman’s successor.