GSNMT Strategic Plan Summary
Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails is the leadership organization for girls throughout the State of New Mexico.
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
Movement Wide Customer Focus
Increase retention of girls in 4th, 5th, and 6th grades by developing targeted and consistent training for adults working with this age level.
Provide pathway programming in the form of series, camp (day camp and resident camp), events, and travel for girls at the Council, Service Unit, and Troop levels.
Strengthen Service Units by building on success—recruitment and retention efforts will be concentrated on Service Units adjacent to Service Units with higher membership retention rates.
GSNMT Winning Proposition
Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails is a diverse community across a large geographic area that is dedicated to bringing girls together to share and recognize their amazing stories, talents, and potential that will help them become leaders in their own lives and communities.
The first phase of the GSNMT strategic planning process identified 5 key priorities which would determine the focus of the organization for 2012-2013.
The Key Priorities:
Mission Delivery. Invest and implement a more robust volunteer management system, deliver the national program portfolio throughout all pathways, and provide superior customer service.
Strategic Partnerships. Create community profiles with an emphasis on Native American & Hispanic communities and partners. Increase resources in order to maximize our services and programs to girls.
Capacity. Build capacity in all areas of business structures, funding, staff, equipment, and technology to support our geographic area, diverse population, and varying needs of members, volunteers, staff, and community stakeholders.
Culture. GSNMT promotes a welcoming culture guided by the Girl Scout Promise and Law where members, volunteers, and staff are valued; a culture of trust and respect is cultivated for all, and is present in all work we do.
Communication. Develop communication practices that are timely, effective, and efficient which open the door for two-way communication so the voices of all parties are honored.