Judith Batty made history in August when she was named interim chief executive of Girl Scouts of the USA. She is the organization’s first Black CEO.

One of the biggest challenges facing the Girl Scouts is declining membership, a trend that had been under way for years when Ms. Batty joined the board in 2014. As CEO, Ms. Batty plans to stem that tide in part by continuing to roll out an updated software system that helps scouts, parents and volunteers connect and enhances Girl Scout programming nationwide. She also plans to…



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