- April 19, 2019
The Girls Scouts of Gateway Council has named Wendy Dordel as its next CEO.
Dordel started at the Gateway Council on Feb. 27, according to a press release from the council. She has over 20 years of experience in advocating for women and girls’ issues in nonprofits, including her previous appointment as a the vice president of council consulting at Girl Scouts of the USA.
Board Chair April Harrell-Devine said in the press release Dordel has a proven record of engaging volunteers and driving membership success.
“The committee was impressed with her dedication to connecting people to the right work, through coaching and education as well as her commitment to being a transparent and authentic leader,” Harrell-Devine said.
The Gateway Council serves almost 11,000 members — over 6,100 K-12 girls and 4,600 adults — over 35 counties in North Florida, including Flagler County.
“Girl Scouts has provided me with life-long friends, mentors, and opportunities. I am delighted to join the amazing staff and volunteers of Girl Scouts of Gateway Council in delivering the same lasting impact experience to the girls of North Florida,” Dordel said.