Lorrie Caudle, Interim CEO
Lorrie was a Regional Director for Girl Scouts of the Nation’s Capital (GSCNC) and was responsible for merging the Shawnee Girl Scout Council with GSCNC. During her 14 year tenure with GSCNC Lorrie was a leader in her community and was responsible for significant membership growth for the Council. A strong advocate for girl leadership, Lorrie has been a Girl Scout for 38 years-as a member, volunteer and Girl Scout staffer. Prior to being named interim CEO, Lorrie was serving as the Chief Operating Officer with primary responsibility for the Membership, Volunteerism and Program departments.
In October 2010 Girl Scouts of Central Maryland opened the first program center for Girl Scouts in Baltimore City. The Seton Urban Program and STEM center includes facilities that feature state of the art technology labs, a multimedia center, dance studio, and learning kitchen.
Additionally, Girl Scouts of Central Maryland provides a myriad of programs for at-risk girls in Baltimore city through in-school programs in some of Baltimore’s toughest city schools and its nationally acclaimed Beyond Bars program. Girl Scouts of Central Maryland received the prestigious Standards for Excellence Accreditation from the Maryland Association of Non Profit Organizations (MANO) in 2007, a designation received by less than 1% of nonprofits in the state of Maryland.