Natasha Hemmings Named The First African American CEO of Girl Scouts Heart Of New Jersey

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Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey has recently named Natasha Hemmings the CEO. Hemming’s begins her role as the first African American to be named the CEO of Girl Scouts Heart Of New Jersey and she has been described as a “longtime advocate of girl empowerment and Girl Scouting.”


“I am very thankful for this opportunity and extremely excited about partnering with the staff, board, volunteers, and community to make a positive impact on the lives of girls. I am also looking forward to expanding our network of G.I.R.L. Champions (Go-getters, Innovators, Risk-takers, and Leaders) throughout the region.” – Natasha Hemmings

Hemming’s will oversee a $6 million budget, 17,000 girl scouts, and 10,000 volunteers in 7 New Jersey counties.

Hemming’s is an experienced and educated leader, she holds a master’s in public administration from Rutgers University. She has 15+ years of experience in strategic leadership, community engagement, non-profit programming, and fund development. Hemming’s is also the chief marketing and communications officer for Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ.

Congrats Natasha Hemmings!


For more information, visit the GSHNJ website.

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