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Girl Scouts Elect New Directors



Girl Scouts of Southern Appalachians has elected five new directorsat-large who will serve on the board through September 2024 in the East Tennessee and Tennessee Valley and North Georgia regions. The new directors-at-large are Leslie Elmore of the East Tennessee region, who works as the office and finance manager at Elmore, Stone & Caffey, PLLC; Emily Hodges of the East Tennessee region, who is the director of enterprise insights at CVS Health; Lisa Skinner of the East Tennessee region, an independent consultant and strategic writer contractor and co-owner of Knoxville Animal Clinic; Emily Mack of the Tennessee Valley and North Georgia region, who is president and CEO of River City Company and Gabrielle “Gabby” Sanders of the Tennessee Valley and North Georgia region, who works as senior regulatory and reporting specialist at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee.

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