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Boy Scouts of America executive to serve on panel discussing diversity at the senior level

 

Addressing the Leadership Crisis

 

 

 

DALLAS, -- A Boy Scouts of America executive will join representatives from more than 100 of the nation's leading social justice and membership organizations for Who's Got Next?: A Call for Change in the Nonprofit Sector. The session will focus on the leadership crisis facing nonprofits.

 

As part of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Annual Legislative Conference, Willie Iles, director of Government and Community Relations for the Boy Scouts of America, will be joined by the CEOs of the National Urban League, National Human Services Assembly, and Girls Inc. The panel will focus on topics that include leadership, diversity in nonprofits, and strategies for recruiting and retaining diverse talent.

 

"The Boy Scouts of America national leadership realizes its staff and volunteers must reflect the demographics of America in order for us to grow the next 100 years as one of the largest child advocacy organizations," Mr. Iles said.

 

 

About the Boy Scouts of America

Serving nearly 4.1 million young people between the ages of 7 and 20 with more than 300 local councils throughout the United States and its territories, the Boy Scouts of America is the nation's foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training. For more information on the Boy Scouts of America, or to see employment opportunities, please visit www.scouting.org.

 

 

 

SOURCE Boy Scouts of America



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