Deana Potterf and Mandy Montgomery

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana has promoted Deana Potterf to chief experience officer. She most recently served as chief membership and marketing officer. In this new role, Potterf will lead strategic direction, accountability, and supervision to the membership, volunteer experience, program, product program, retail sales, and related marketing functions and teams of event operations, communications and brand to ensure a quality Girl Scout experience.

Christy Barlow has been promoted to vice president of mission delivery. She most recently served as vice president of membership. Barlow will provide direction and supervision to the program and camping services department as well as multiple membership functions within the organization and is responsible for directing the work of the council in the areas of girl and adult membership recruitment, retention, and support.

Mandy Montgomery has been promoted to director of council programs & camping services. She most recently served as program manager. Montgomery will oversee all council programming including camp services and higher awards and work to create new programming based on data, trends, member surveys, and other resources.

Sherri Wilson has been promoted to director of IT. She most recently served as IT manager. Wilson will be responsible for expanding, developing, and managing the council’s computer, telecommunications, and other technical systems.

Rose Johnson has been promoted to director of corporate and foundation giving. She most recently served as manager of corporate and foundation relations. Johnson will have more responsibility in strengthening existing corporate and foundational partnerships as well as having ownership of the council’s grant process.

Katie Dawson has been promoted to director of communications. She most recently served as communications manager. In this new role, Dawson will develop, build, and maintain the council’s public image by creating and implementing strategies for public relations and media marketing campaigns to promote Girl Scouting.

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