Gold Award Girl Scout,Jennifer Allebach as Chief Mission Delivery Officer Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA,  Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania (GSEP), the eighth greatest Girl Scout council in the u . s . out of 111, serving 55,000 woman and person individuals all through nine counties in Eastern Pennsylvania, nowadays announced Jennifer Allebach has been named as Chief Mission Delivery Officer. Ms. Allebach's employment with GSEP will begin on November 30, 2020.


Gold Award Girl Scout,Jennifer Allebach as Chief Mission Delivery Officer Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania
Allebach is a third generation Girl Scout with five generations of Girl Scouts in her family. She is a Gold Award Girl Scout, the very best award a Girl Scout can earn. Allebach previously served as Chief Program and Volunteer Officer for GSEP, and labored for the council and its legacy councils for 10 years. Allebach left GSEP in 2014 to serve as the Chief Girl Experience Executive at the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA), the world headquarters for Girl Scouting in New York City. In this role, she led the improvement of 136 new reliable Girl Scout badges, and 18 new Leadership Journeys for girls. Allebach additionally represented GSUSA and Girl Scouts Overseas to create a new global World Association for Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGS) Full Leadership Experience with 7 different countries from around the world.

Most recently, Allebach has served as Senior Vice President, Camp and Recreation Programs at Muscular Dystrophy Association (New York, NY) where she developed method and vision for year-round and virtual camps around the united states for teens with neuromuscular diseases.

"Jennifer is my Girl Scouting hero. She has been a Girl Scout for extra than 55 years, earned her Gold Award, served as her twin daughters' Troop Leader and Service Unit volunteer, and showed me the ropes as my colleague on the Senior Management Team when I started with GSEP in 2011. She served our whole Movement, presenting outstanding new programming to meet women where they are, inspire them to lead, introduce them to new capabilities and opportunities, and increase the pipeline of girl leaders in STEM," stated Kim E. Fraites-Dow, CEO of Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania. "We appear ahead to welcoming Jennifer home to GSEP the place she will lead our Marketing, Membership, and Operations (Girl and Volunteer Experience) teams. We consider her strong leadership experience will help grant tremendous client service and cost for our members, force our transformation approach ahead and preserve and grow Girl Scouting in Eastern Pennsylvania."

"I am very excited to return to GSEP as the Chief Mission Delivery Officer," stated Jennifer Allebach.  "This is a homecoming for me, and a return to my first passion, Girl Scouting. Girl Scouts are changemakers in our communities, solving problems that they see, and offering sustainable solutions. I look forward to transferring our important mission forward, and making sure every lady in our nine-county footprint is aware of and has get right of entry to to the Girl Scout Leadership Experience."

Allebach has played a key role in growing funding opportunities, which include for MDA's $62 million donation base, and $17 million in funding for country wide Girl Scout programs. She has served on many neighborhood and country wide Girl Scout committees and challenge forces which include Product Program (GS Cookies), Outdoor Strategy, Membership, STEM Initiatives, and Volunteer Alignment (Salesforce). Allebach served as a key member of the Transition Team to merge three legacy Girl Scout Councils in 2007 to structure GSEP, and has served as a National Volunteer.

Allebach earned a B.A. in History and a Teaching Certificate K-12 from Susquehanna University. She served as a School Board Director for 15 years for Upper Perkiomen School District. Allebach has served eastern Pennsylvania in many roles together with as a National Park Service Ranger for Independence National Historical Park, and as a Museum Educator at Schwenkfelder Center in Pennsburg, PA. She is an avid camper and quilter. She is the proud mom of five adult youth and has 4 grandchildren. She and her husband, Brian, stay in northern Bernard Law Montgomery county with their kitten, Murray. 

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