Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland is excited to announce the recent hiring of its new Chief
Development Officer, Angie Robinson Sullivan. Sullivan brings more than thirteen years of
professional experience, and was most recently the Associate Director of Development for
Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. Sullivan also spent three and a half years working for the
Girl Scouts – Heart of Missouri Council, first as a Membership Marketing Manager and then as
Director of Fund Development. “We are thrilled to welcome Angie back to the Girl Scout family,”
says Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland CEO Jennifer M. Orban, “Her background in
fundraising and advocacy make her a great fit for this new role.”
With Bachelor of Arts and Master of Business Administration degrees from William Woods,
Sullivan says she looks forward to the challenges and surprises of her new position, which will
include cultivating donor relationships, building a major gifts program, and helping to celebrate the
100th anniversary of Girl Scouts of the USA in 2012. “The Girl Scout story is such a great story
and I’m excited to get out there and tell it!” says Sullivan.
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