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Muskingum Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America, has named Anne Herriage of Pleasant Hill, California, as its new Scout Executive. She will be the council’s first woman director in its 100-plus year history.
Herriage has over 25 years’ experience with the BSA. She is currently employed as Senior Director of Development for the Golden Gate Area Council in California, where she uses her talents in all facets of operations, capital and endowment fundraising, membership, and programming.
Herriage is replacing Ed Mulholland, who retired after 11 years with the council. She will assume her new role on April 1.
Herriage’s career with Boy Scouts of America began in 1995 as a District Executive for the Pony Express Council in Missouri. She literally followed the Pony Express Trail all the way to California as she advanced her career. She has served councils in Kansas, Iowa, Colorado and California.
Anne says she treasures time spent with her family. She is an avid outdoor enthusiast who enjoys art, music, athletics, vintage cars & motorcycles, literature and travel. She loves good conversations, new experiences and sharing a good laugh together.
Anne is an active community leader and a 2018 graduate of Leadership Contra Costa, a member of the Tribe of Mic-O-Say, Order of the Arrow, Rotary, University of Kansas Alumni, and Women of the Fleur De Lis. She holds a Bachelor of Design from the University of Kansas.
Scouts and units can earn their way to summer camps and other adventures by participating in the council’s annual Spring Nut Sale!
Sale begins March 1st and goes to April 15th! All registered scouting families should have received the sale brochure in the mail. If you need extra brochures, they are available online or at the Scouting Resource Center.