Council Leadership & Board Members

01

Key 3

The Council Key 3 consists of the Council President, Council Commissioner, and Scout Executive. They meet weekly to ensure proper coordination of the work of the Council. They furnish liaisons between the Commissioner staff and the various committees of the Council. They may also provide  proposals and recommendations to, but in no way usurp the authority of, the Executive Board or Executive Committee of the Board.

 

02

Executive Board
The Executive Board is a functioning administrative group elected to take the necessary action to achieve the purposes of the Council. It  establishes the Council program and carries out the resolutions, policies, and activities voted on by the Council. It determines policy for the Council in accordance with its delegated authority, and within the context of the Charter and Bylaws and the Rules and Regulations of the Boy Scouts of America. The Board protects the long-range future of Scouting in the community. Council Board Members play two complimentary but very different roles. First, like the familiar corporate board member, they govern the organization. Unlike the corporate board member, they also sign on as volunteers agreeing to undertake any assignment reasonably asked of them.

  • Jeff Allman- Council President

  • Frank Allen 

  • Dan Beck

  • Aaron Benike

  • Chris Braendlin

  • LeRoy Czaplewski

  • Tom DeMarais- Sugarloaf District Vice Chair

  • John Devlin, Council Vice President

  • Jason Dugan- Scout Executive

  • Amy Edholm

  • Carol Fligge

  • James Gregoire

  • Chris Hahn- Council Commissioner

  • Chris Hallstrom

  • Mike Hawkins

  • Mike Hemmingson, Committee Treasurer

  • Ronald Jensen

  • Allen Kronebusch, Past Council President

  • Mike Lee, VP Administration

  • Ben Lund 

  • Peter Macken

  • Marcia Marcoux

  • Stanley Mayer, VP Fiscal Controls

  • Ashok Patel MD

  • Donald Peterson

  • William Ryan, Legal Counsel

  • Michael Schnell

  • Gregory Snider

  • Danielle Teal

  • Dennis Von Ruden

  • Dondi Stender- Wakpaota District Chairman

  • Steve Young

  • David Moertel, Hiawatha District Chairman

 

For over 100 years, Scouting programs have instilled in youth the values found in the Scout Oath and Scout Law.  Today these values are just as relevant in helping youth grow to their full potential as they were in 1910.  Scouting helps youth develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills that influence their adult lives.

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Boy Scouts of America

1124 11 1/2 Street SE

Rochester, MN 55904

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