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Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama, Inc.
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O Youth Development
O42 Girl Scouts
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15 United Way Agencies in Alabama - $868,160
Annual Cookie and Fall Product Program - $4,394,894
Program Fees - $732,476
Girl Scout Mission: Building girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
Mrs. Patricia K. Coghlan
Trish Coghlan was named Chief Executive Officer of the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama in July of 2009. She has a wide variety of management experience with local, state, national and international non-profit organizations. Trish’s most recent experience was serving as the Executive Director for the Alabama/Germany Partnership (AG) based in Birmingham, whose mission is to develop and support relationships and friendships between organizations and individuals with ties to Alabama and Germany. During her tenure at AGP, she had the opportunity to meet and work with Government officials, Corporate Presidents and CEO’s and community leaders locally, throughout the state, nationally and internationally.
Trish also worked as the Executive Director of Amistad Mission with outreach to Bolivia through a medical mission in a remote Andean village and an Orphanage in Cochabamba, Bolivia. She also served as the Human Resource Liaison with the Leeds Economic Empowerment Program providing technical assistance in strategic planning, community and program development. Trish’s other experience includes serving as the director of the Metropolitan Birmingham Services for the Homeless and as a caseworker/social worker with the American Red Cross working with military families and disaster victims. In her early career she served as an officer in the U.S. Army as patient administrator, maintenance officer, planning, training and operations officer in a MASH.
In order to prepare for these adventures, Trish received a Bachelor’s Degree at Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from UAB in Birmingham. She also holds a bachelor social work license in Alabama
Annually the Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama is serving thousands of girls thanks to the support of our many donors, volunteers and girls. We're truly are building girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place!
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Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place! For over a century, Girl Scouts has worked to ensure that all girls, ages 5 to 17, have the opportunity to develop the leadership skills and self-esteem necessary to reach their full potential. We serve girls through both traditional troop meetings and with outreach that takes programs to girls in underserved communities. Programs focus on Leadership, Healthy Living, Financial Literacy, STEM (science, engineering, technology and math), and Outdoor Experiences. More than 15,000 girls in 36 Alabama counties participate in GSNCA activities every year.
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