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Bylaws are used to define the structure and organization of a nonprofit organization and are the rules adopted by an organization for the governance of its members and the regulation of its affairs. Click here to access Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles' bylaws.
WHEN WERE BYLAWS CREATED AND REVISED?
Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles' (GSGLA) bylaws were developed in September 2008. Since then, we identified some areas in need of refinement. GSGLA formed a bylaws task force, comprised of board members, volunteers, and staff, to rewrite our bylaws and present the newly proposed bylaws to our membership for approval at the GSGLA Annual Meeting on April 13, 2013.
WHO VOTES ON THE BYLAWS?
Any individual 14 years of age and over who is a member of the Girl Scout Movement and who is currently registered through the council, including staff of the council.
WHAT WAS REVISED?
- GSGLA Bylaws - Approved by membership at the 2013 Annual Meeting
- Summary of Changes - Compare September 2008 bylaws with the current bylaws
- Webinar - An overview of the process (click here to see the slides without sound)
BYLAWS TASK FORCE MEMBERS
Leanne Rodgers (Chair), Board Member
Elsa Macias, Board Member/Former CRC Member
Chet Kronenberg, Board Member
Margaret Rosenthal, Board Member
Lynn-Mack Costello (Volunteer Co-Chair)/Service Unit Manager
Laura Jane Kessner, Volunteer/Service Unit Manager
Ann Neilson, Volunteer/Former Legacy Council President & Service Unit Manager
Brenda Zamzow-Frazier (Staff Liaison), GSGLA Chief Financial Officer/Former Legacy Council President
Shannon Johnston, GSGLA Chief Mission Delivery Officer
Lynne Karbon, Executive Assistant to GSGLA CEO