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Governance

Our volunteers have the opportunity and responsibility to provide input on our governance and management system. Our democratic values hold that members should have a voice in influencing major decisions.

A great way to get involved is to represent members as a delegate at our annual meeting every year. This opportunity is open to girls and adults 14 years of age or older. Contact your Service Unit manager for more information.

National Delegate

This application is for the 2020-2022 term.

Deadline to apply: September 26, 2019

Selected nominees will be notified by November 4, 2019, and be presented for election at Annual Meeting on January 18, 2020.

Annual Meeting

Held each January, the Annual Meeting is for all members 14 years and older. The 2019 Annual Meeting is scheduled for January 18, 2020.

  • Receive updates on council business and governance decisions made by the Board of Directors;
  • Delegates vote on the Board of Directors Slate and Bylaws;
  • See some of our outstanding volunteers receive awards.

Representation by members in every Service Unit encourages informed decision-making and improved two-way communication.

Forms

Delegate Form

The Bylaws
Parliamentary Procedures
Bios for Officers
The Call
Annual Report

Delegate & Alternate Training

Please view the video below to help you prepare for our upcoming Annual Meeting, in which you have been selected to represent your Service Unit. After viewing the video, please return click on the “Report Training” link, so that we might track your participation in the Training.

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Board of Directors

Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma is governed by a board of directors, which provides strategic leadership, advocacy, decision-making, partnerships and policy development/oversight. It also includes Girl Board Members.

Applications are NOW OPEN for the Girl Board Member postitions. Girls interested in applying must be a high school student, at least 14 years old, during the term (January 2020 - January 2021).

Deadline to apply: September 26, 2019

Executive Committee

Ann Cameron: Board President

  • Ann graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism.  She played professional tennis on the WTA Tour for five years before moving to Oklahoma in 1995 with her husband, Alex Cameron, and she has been engaged in the growth and betterment of the community since. Ann is passionate about education and ensuring that our young people are equipped and eager to succeed as adults.  She is an avid runner and greatly enjoys the outdoors and all sports. Ann has two children, Sarah, who earned her Silver Award, and Scott.

Joan Maguire: Past President

  • Joan is the managing general partner in J & M Investment Co. and is very active in her community.  She serves on the GSWESTOK Board, as well as the Oklahoma Contemporary Art Center and has served on numerous other boards, including United Way, Allied Arts, and Calm Waters and Oklahoma City Museum of Art.  Joan is a lifetime Girl Scout member, who has been involved with Girl Scouts since she was a Brownie leader in 1970. She is a charter member of the Juliette Low Leadership Society and served as the 2007 Chair for the Juliette Low Leadership Society of Oklahoma City.

Diana Rogers Jaeger: 1st Vice President

  • Diana helps organizations harness the power of culture to achieve greater success and employee engagement. As a results-driven consultant and trainer, she develops workplace cultures that lead to improved employee morale, productivity, and retention. As the founder of Love To Appreciate Consulting, her clients benefit from her more than 12 years of experience in the communications industry and her Master’s degree in adult and continuing education from the University of Oklahoma. Diana loves to collect experiences and journal about them which is why she recently trained to run her first and second marathon. She is the proud wife of Kevin and the mother of two boys, Aiden and Axl.

Catherine Oster: 2nd Vice President

  • Catherine is the vice president of strategic planning for Devon Energy. She joined Devon in 2004 and held various engineering roles before taking leadership positions in engineering and strategic planning.  Before joining Devon, she worked for Texaco in 2000 which became ChevonTexaco in 2001 as a both a production and reservoir engineer.  She has a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering and a master’s in business administration from the University of Oklahoma, and is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Catherine lives in Oklahoma City with her husband Andrew and their twins, Elizabeth and Christian.

Tanishia Beacham: 3rd Vice President

  • Tanishia is vice president of Field Marketing SONIC, America’s Drive-In. She is responsible for guiding operators to successful business ideas and leading the development and execution of field marking planning and initiatives. Tanishia started her career at SONIC in 2001 serving as a field marking representative and was promoted in 2004 to a regional marketing director. Prior to assuming her current role, she had been promoted to a regional vice president of SONIC’s mid-South region. She also serves on the board for the Oklahoma City Arts Council. She holds a bachelor of arts in Journalism from Georgia State University.

David Mayfield: Treasurer

  • David currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer of Tri-State Industrial Group. He has over 20 years of experience in both public accounting and private industry. David currently serves as chairman of the audit committee of the Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma, treasurer of the Oklahoma Business Ethics Consortium and is a member of the advisory board of AFLG Investments Private Equity.  He was named to the OKC Business 40 Under 40 in 2006, and is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City. David graduated from Oklahoma State University and lives in Edmond with his wife Alishia and two children, Nicholas and Madelyn.

Steve Mason: Secretary

  • Steve is the president of Bluebird Consulting. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the States of Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico.  He has worked full-time in the waste management and environmental industry for more than 30 years.  Steve received a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering from Vanderbilt University. In 2014, Steve received the Juliette Low Philanthropy Award. Steve has three children, Travis, George and Marie, who is a Gold Award Girl Scout.
Members-at-Large
  • Daniel Adams
  • Ed Clements
  • Ally Glavas
  • Kay Goebel
  • Brooke Haneborg
  • Susan Hardy Brooks
  • Michael Hines
  • Carol Johnson
  • Ayana Lawson
  • David Lewis
  • Randy Lewis
  • Debbie McKinney
  • Susan Regier
  • Cecilia Robinson-Woods
  • Fawn Sachleben
  • Gayle Semtner
Girl Board Members
  • Ainsley Clifton
  • Marisa Jackson