The Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails is led by a Board Directors comprised of community and civic leaders dedicated to providing girls in New Mexico with the opportunities and tools to become our future community leaders. Our Board of Directors provide the vision and leadership that allows the Girl Scouts to be the preeminent organization for girls.
Chair of the Board of Directors
Members at Large
Sherry Lynn Schulz
Upcoming Board Meetings
June 22, 2013
September 28, 2013
November 16, 2013. GSNMT Annual Meeting
Meet Our New Board Members
Karen Bergren, Taos, NM
Karen is a new resident of Taos, recently relocating from Chicago, Illinois. Karen brings to GSNMT a rich background in providing service to her community through non-profit organizations, serving on the Board of Directors for the Girl Scouts’ Illinois Crossroads Council, Oak Brook Area Association of Commerce and Industry, and for Leadership Illinois. Karen believes in the Girl Scout Mission and would like to continue to be a part of an organization that enables girls to be all that they can be.
Stacey Niver, Albuquerque, NM
Stacy is currently a junior at Eldorado High School in Albuquerque. Although no longer in a troop, Stacey has continued her commitment to Girl Scouts by attending Family Camp, Big Clean, Fall Pride, and Mom and Me at both Rancho Del Chaparral and Camp Elliott Barker. She has spent hundreds of hours over the years volunteering at Rancho Del Chaparral, staining, re-building, and repairing many of the buildings; in 2011, Stacey and her parents received a Council Service Award for this work. Stacey believes that “Girl Scouts is something worth supporting regardless of your age, cultural background, or financial situation because it is stupendous fun to be a Girl Scouts.” She also said that Girl Scouts is a way to connect with her community in ways that she never imagined and has inspired her to be a better person.
Elizabeth (Beth) Sellers, Los Alamos, NM
Beth has been a resident of Los Alamos, NM since 2011. She currently serves as the Deputy Laboratory Director for Los Alamos National Laboratories. Prior to coming to Los Alamos, she was responsible for strategic development and business development in Bethesda, Maryland; worked in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Beth has served on the Board of Directors for the Idaho Regional Medical Center and participated in several non-profit organizations including Women in Science and Engineering. She has a passion for getting more girls to look for their futures and find something that will pay their way forward and benefit the nation as a whole. She thinks that there are numerous needs in New Mexico and believes that Girl Scouts will enable girls to envision a new and different future by exposing them to new and different experiences.