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30+ days ago

Program Facilitator

Girl Scouts USA Mableton, GA

• Ensure program facilitation to the designated troop\group according to Girl Scout guidelines. • Help the girls get to know themselves and their… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Outdoor Program Specialist

Girl Scouts USA Mableton, GA +2 locations

Principle Duties • Lead programs and activities with campers giving adult guidance and leadership. • Interpret and administer personnel… Glassdoor


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Girl Scouts USA CEO Anna Maria Chávez
Anna Maria Chávez
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    Worst Place I've Ever Worked

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    • Senior Management
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at Girl Scouts USA

    Pros

    Great Mission - building girls of courage, confidence and character
    Beautiful new LEED certified building
    Thanks to the former CFO/COO we now have a state-of-the-art technology backbone
    Great co-workers
    Love to be giving back

    Cons

    I think Ms. Midyette (the CEO) runs the place with an iron fist that is a far cry from the "honest and fair,
    friendly and helpful,considerate and caring... and responsible for what I say and do" of the Girl Scout Promise. Fear and intimidation seem to be the order of the day. It appears no detail is too small or too unimportant for her scrutiny. I have heard of documents which have been revised (by her) upwards of 20 times before release and 1 hour meetings that start at 4pm which go on for 4 to 5 hours
    All this attention to detail, of course takes time away from her real job which is fund-raising and community relations.

    The pay is poor and the benefits the worst I've ever seen. Family health insurance coverage is nearly $1,000 per month.

    Worst of all is the negative impact and cutbacks to the girl programs.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The Board of Directors needs to wake up and open their eyes as to Ms. Midyette's (the CEOs) management style. Ask the employees for feedback on her as a CEO (anonymously - because they're all afraid for their jobs).

    More importantly, check her calendar. See how many fund development meetings she's going on. Find out how much money she has (not) brought into the council.

    Ask how much money Camp CEO brought in... and how much it cost. Find out how many girls were (not) clamoring for a place a the camp.

    Find out how many employees are actually opting to cover their families under the council policy.

    Doesn't Recommend

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