September 18, 2011
Girl Scouts Chief Executive Brings Extensive Government Background
New role: Anna Maria Chávez, 43, will take over in November as chief executive of Girl Scouts of the USA, in New York.
Who she succeeds: Kathy Cloninger, who is retiring after eight years as the group’s chief executive.
Previous job: Ms. Chávez, who became a Girl Scout at age 10, has served as chief executive of Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas since 2009.
Other experience: She held