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Girls Scouts Of The USA Appoints Its First Black CEO In Its 108-Year History | Black Enterprise

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Girls Scouts Of The USA Appoints Its First Black CEO In Its 108-Year History | Black Enterprise

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By Dana Givens, Black Enterprise

The Girls Scouts of the USA made a historic announcement for the organization with the appointment of Judith Batty as the company’s interim CEO. This makes Batty the organization’s first Black CEO.

Batty has been a part of the famous leadership program for young women for nearly 30 years, also working as a member of the Nassau County Council in New York before moving onto the National Board. Prior to her new role, Batty worked as a senior legal counsel and senior executive for a prominent Fortune 500 company. She will be replacing Sylvia Acevedo who is stepping down from the role.

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