“I didn’t think I was popular enough to run for things, but others saw leadership qualities in me.”Ginny Hill
Ginny Hill, Chief Executive Officer of Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ, shared the story behind her title with us on May 10, 2023.
Genevieve “Ginny” Hill is a dynamic executive leader whose career has focused on empowering and advancing women and girls. Since 2013, she has served as CEO of the Girl Scouts of Central & Southern New Jersey, which supports more than 19,000 girls, grades K-12, and 10,000 adult volunteers across nine counties (Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Mercer, Middlesex, and Salem).
In addition to serving as CEO of Girl Scouts of Central and Southern New Jersey, Ginny also sits on the Board of the Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Ginny has been recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal as a 2022 Woman of Distinction, the National Association of Women Business Owners for strong leadership, and was named a 2017 “Woman to Watch” by South Jersey Biz magazine. She serves as Treasurer of IWF Delaware, on the board of Trustees of Color, Inc., and on the Institutional Advancement Committee at Archmere Academy in Delaware.
Ginny’s Topics of Expertise include Women and Girls’ Empowerment, Girls in STEM, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Financial Literacy for young people.
Ginny grew up in Wilmington, DE. It was a small community where she swam, sang and joined the Girl Scouts. Little did she know that one day she would become the CEO for one of their largest councils in the U.S.. What led her there was an evolving sense that she was meant to serve and meant to lead. Working in the non-profit industry has given her an immense sense of reward and joy.
Listen to our interview with Ginny below, on your favorite podcasting app, or watch on 6abc.com!
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