Judith Batty grew up in Girl Scouts as a Brownie through Senior. Her mother was her Junior troop leader. Judith was a member of the first class of girl delegates to the National Council Session in 1975. She also served as a Junior troop coleader and is a lifetime member of Girl Scouts. Girl Scouting gave Judith confidence while teaching her about different perspectives and the value of teamwork. She has served on the National Board since 2014, and during this triennium as GSUSA’s international commissioner.
Currently Judith serves as the cochair of the governance committee on the board of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA). MWAA operates Dulles International and Reagan National airports and the Dulles toll road, as well as oversees the construction of DC Metro’s Silver Line to Dulles. She is the immediate past chair of the governing board of trustees of Arena Stage, a major arts and cultural center in the nation’s capital.
Judith was a pacesetter and role model during her 28 years as an executive and senior attorney at a Fortune 100 company. Among her many achievements, her tenure as the first female and first African American general counsel of its publicly traded Japanese affiliate stands out. Prior to her tenure with the Fortune 100 company, Judith was a corporate attorney in private practice. After graduating from law school, she joined the U.S. Department of Justice through its honors program and was assigned to the trial section of the antitrust division, where she participated in civil and criminal investigations and trials.
Judith is active in several professional and charitable organizations and has held numerous committee and board officer positions on nonprofit boards. A native New Yorker, she currently lives in Washington, DC. She has also lived in Dallas, London, and Tokyo. Judith received her bachelor of arts and juris doctor degrees from New York University.
Chief Administrative Officer
Amy Bodin joined Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) as chief administrative officer in 2019. In this role, she leads the Administrative Office, overseeing Information Technology, Enterprise Reporting, Procurement, Sustainability, GSUSA Properties, Cultural Assets, and Public Policy and Advocacy, driving process discipline and continuous improvement throughout the organization.
Bringing to GSUSA over 25 years of experience in everything from Fortune 500 companies to technology startups, Amy began her career at IBM corporate headquarters, developing her skills in project and process management, corporate communications, research, and statistical analysis. She has held multiple senior leadership roles at several technology startups, including operations executive. Throughout her career, Amy has developed and integrated corporate processes in a multitude of business areas; led software initiatives to serve company growth and expansion; managed finances and budgets; designed procurement and contract processes to ensure vendor/client relationship consistency and accuracy; and served on the executive management team. Her contributions helped build sustainable companies from the ground up and assisted in the acquisition of multiple startups.
Amy is a proud Girl Scout alum, in her youth learning essential life and entrepreneurial skills that enabled her to launch and cultivate a successful and multifaceted career.
Chief Marketing Officer
Jocelyn Johnson joined Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) in 2021 as chief marketing officer (CMO). In this role, she oversees GSUSA’s internal and external marketing and communications efforts and is responsible for developing and executing the strategy for the Marketing and Communications department, with the goal to provide the best-possible story to define the Girl Scout brand and mission. As CMO, Jocelyn plays a crucial role in telling a clear narrative to internal and external stakeholders and growing membership, revenue, and engagement.
Prior to joining GSUSA, Jocelyn worked in multiple roles with increasing responsibilities at General Electric (GE), where she eventually led marketing and communications efforts for GE Information Services, a global ecommerce industry pioneer. Her focus on data-centric marketing strategies led to branding, improving communications, managing customer relationships, warehousing data, and building sales programs that grew business-to-business, business-to-consumer, and business-to-business-to-consumer revenue from $50 million to $20 billion. She also led global and regional brand-building, operational, and Six Sigma efforts across four GE businesses, including Information Services, Industrial Systems, Appliances, and Healthcare. Most recently, she was tapped to design, build, and implement a Value Proposition and Insights team and business process at GE Healthcare.
Jocelyn is recognized as a creative and authentic communications professional with innovative and transformative strategies that deliver meaningful business results.
A proud Girl Scout alum and Lifetime Member, Jocelyn grew up in Maryland, where she was a member of Girl Scout Troop 1411. She later attended Howard University and completed her bachelor’s degree in microcomputer systems at Potomac College. She holds an MBA from Jack Welch Management Institute, having earned recognition as a Welch Scholar.
Chief Revenue Officer
Wendy Lou joined Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) in May of 2019 as deputy chief revenue officer, overseeing the organization’s merchandising, ecommerce, operations, and sales. Since then, she has led a major update of Girl Scout uniforms and other official apparel and merchandise. She also leads the Girl Scout Cookie Program.
Prior to joining GSUSA, Wendy spent 13 years at Macy’s in various leadership positions across strategy, merchandising/planning, and ecommerce. She led the transformation of Macy’s pricing and promotional strategies and developed a roadmap for the company’s long-term value proposition. In 2014, Wendy helmed the restructuring of its merchandising, planning, and digital teams, which firmly established Macy’s as an omnichannel retailer. In her years with the company, she also led merchandise strategy and financial planning for one of its largest categories, women’s apparel.
Wendy headed multiple business units across confections/gourmet food and home products for Macy’s as well. As vice president of digital merchandising and ecommerce for the jewelry and watches division, she led a team of digital merchants and the development of digital marketing strategies. Additionally, she directed the planning division for petites sportswear, responsible for assortment, inventory, and financial planning for all 800-plus Macy’s locations. Wendy started her merchandising career as the buyer and planner for the confections and cookware categories, working with brands such as Godiva and Martha Stewart, and she led the development of Macy’s own private-label confections.
Prior to Macy’s, Wendy was an investment banker at Citigroup, specializing in asset-backed securities and bringing to market over 25 lead-managed deals based on receivables for credit card, auto, and other assets.
Wendy holds a BS from NYU Stern School of Business and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Chief People Officer
Maureen McNerney, a human resources executive with more than 27 years of experience in the field, joined Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) in 2019 as chief people officer. In her role, Maureen oversees the strategy for acquiring, developing, rewarding, and retaining top-tier talent at GSUSA. She builds best-in-class HR teams, uses the latest technologies to streamline program development, and takes a data-driven approach to problem solving. Maureen’s philosophy is rooted in recognizing and evolving individuals’ specific strengths, while celebrating how this diversity contributes to a richer, stronger whole.
Prior to joining GSUSA, Maureen worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for more than 20 years, where she held many senior roles. At PwC, she was responsible for defining and leading all strategic people-management initiatives across regional and national practices, representing over $1 billion in annual revenue.
As a child, she was so enthusiastic about joining Girl Scouts alongside her older sister that Maureen wanted to attend before she was old enough. It was through her many Girl Scout adventures, particularly camping, that she connected to and learned from older girls, enhancing her appreciation for what all-female spaces have to offer and maintaining her love of the outdoors. Because of her Girl Scout experience, Maureen learned early the value of giving back to others and her community, leading her to a career that began at New York City’s YMCA. And as an active member of the Rockville Centre UFSD Curriculum Committee for the past eight years, she has dedicated her time to improving school curricula in the community, promoting a unique, workforce-focused approach to developing content that emphasizes the practical life skills children need to be successful in their future careers.
Maureen holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Iona College and a master’s degree in organizational psychology from Columbia University.
Chief Financial Officer
Angela R. Olden joined Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) as chief financial officer in September 2013. In her role, she oversees the financial management of the organization, including the Controller, Treasury, and Financial Planning and Analysis teams.
Before joining GSUSA, Angela served as CFO of Federation Employment and Guidance Service, Inc. (FEGS), one of the largest and most diversified not-for-profit health and human services organizations. At FEGS, Angela managed a budget of $280 million―with funding from more than 100 discrete sources―and had financial oversight of 14 for-profit and not-for-profit subsidiary corporations.
Prior to that role, Angela served for nine years as vice president and chief financial officer with the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, which provides funding for a diverse array of education and health and human services organizations. She also served 11 years as a financial executive in both the United States and Europe for FMC Corporation, a $4 billion, publicly traded industrial chemical and equipment manufacturer, where, in her last position, she was responsible for the financial operations of a $200 million division serving the pharmaceutical industry. Within the financial arena, Angela began her career as a staff auditor with Deloitte, Haskins and Sells.
Angela received her MBA in economics and marketing from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, and a bachelor's degree in accounting and finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She is also a certified public accountant in New York and Pennsylvania. Angela is a proud Girl Scout alum who once co-led her daughter’s Girl Scout troop.
Chief Program Officer
Savita Raj joined Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) in July of 2019 as vice president of community engagement and national partnerships. In this role, she led teams that established formal partnerships with national secular and faith-based organizations, strengthened engagement with the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) and the United Nations, and designed the Girl Scout STEM Pledge.
Savita became the chief program officer (CPO) in 2021, responsible for defining and executing the organization’s program strategy and driving the development of inclusive, innovative, and relevant national programs that fulfill the Girl Scout mission. As CPO, Savita leads the Girl Experience and Editorial teams that develop and publish the National Program Portfolio across all the program pillars, Girl Scouts’ Highest Awards (the Girl Scout Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards), Destinations (the global travel program), Global Girl Scouting, the Girl Scout Research Institute, national property strategy, and national partnerships.
Prior to joining GSUSA, Savita served as the executive director for the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering. In this role, she led the development of creative STEM initiatives including the publication of bilingual comic books, the design and operation of mobile museums filled with hands-on activities, and annual STEM competitions.
An engineer by training, Savita has worked with nonprofits that support youth empowerment and engagement in STEM for almost 20 years, beginning at Girl Scouts of Central Texas, where she established innovative STEM programs that included Techbridge Girls and one of the first Girl Scout robotics teams.
Savita is recognized as a leader in out-of-school STEM education and has served on nonprofit boards nationally and in her hometown of Austin, Texas.
Jennifer L. Rochon
Jennifer L. Rochon is the first-ever general counsel of Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA), overseeing the legal affairs of the organization, including compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, protection of Girl Scout assets, and implementation of appropriate risk-management processes. As an Executive Team member, she provides legal counsel, guidance, and strategic advice on a wide range of matters, including contracts and transactions, trademarks and copyrights, employment and human resources, general corporate and governance concerns, nonprofit and tax issues, and litigation support. She also oversees GSUSA’s National Board Office and advises the GSUSA Board of Directors on legal and corporate governance matters.
Prior to joining GSUSA in 2013, Jennifer was a litigation partner at the law firm of Kramer Levin Naftalis and Frankel LLP in New York, and the first woman to serve on the firm's Executive Committee. She litigated numerous commercial matters at both the trial and appellate levels, as well as in an arbitration context. Her law firm practice ran the gamut, from litigating sophisticated contract disputes to resolving regulatory matters to managing intellectual property, advertising, and employment disputes. Jennifer also chaired Kramer Levin Naftalis and Frankel’s Women's Initiative Committee, which focused on improving the recruitment, retention, and advancement of female attorneys; promoting women in leadership roles; and creating effective business networks for women.
Previously, Jennifer clerked for the Honorable Maryanne Trump Barry on both the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. She has been repeatedly recognized as a leading lawyer by legal resources such as The Legal 500 United States and Super Lawyers.
Jennifer, who also spent time in the Peace Corps as a math teacher, received a juris doctorate from New York University School of Law and was a member of its law review. She received her bachelor's degree with dual honors from the University of Michigan. Jennifer followed in the footsteps of her mother and grandmother who were Girl Scouts and she serves as the troop leader for her daughter’s Girl Scout troop.