Eight Southern Arizonans who are leaders in the business, professional and social service communities have been elected to two-year terms with the Sahuaro Girl Scout Council Board of Directors. The members were elected during the council's annual meeting, March 31.
Newly elected to the board are:
• Frank Camp, marketing manager for Summit Hut. As a Tucsonan who enjoys the outdoors, he understands the significance of Girl Scouts and the importance of getting youth outdoors.
• Chris Elliott, district manager for Walgreens in Southern Arizona. He is a native of Indiana who graduated from Purdue University with a bachelor of science degree in pharmacy, and recently moved to Tucson from Dallas.
• Catherine Locke, a community volunteer with 15 years experience in marketing, community relations and related fields. She has been recognized as an Inside Tucson Business Up and Comer.
• Daniel Montoya, who was born and raised in Yuma, an employee benefits specialist for Montoya Group, LLC. He also has served as a director of Arizona's Children Association.
• Pamela Traficanti, national sales manager for the Metropolitan Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau, has more than 25 years experience in the events services industry in Southern Arizna. She also has ser
ved on the board of Arizona's Children Association.
“We are very excited to welcome Dan, Frank, Christopher, Pamela and Catherine to the board of directors,” said Board Chairman Bill Holmes, Vice President/Community Relations Manager for Wells Fargo of Greater Arizona.
“Their addition to the board of the Sahuaro Girl Scout Council ensures that we will continue to benefit from the diversity of experience and opinions of individuals from throughout our community and southern Arizona.”
Re-elected to the board are:
• Cheryl Horvath, division chief of operations, Northwest Fire District.
• Cassandra Meynard, attorney, Mesch, Clark & Rothschild, P.C.
• Pat Sturmon, retired, former Motorola public relations director
Continuing in their current terms are:
• Chairman Bill Holmes
• First Vice Chair Betsy Green, market development specialist
• Second Vice Chair Thomas Sayler-Brown, principal architect with SBBL Architecture and Planning
• Secretary Mary Cochran Wolk, MD, pediatrician with Mesquite Pediatrics
• Treasurer Georgia Hale, director of financial accounting with Tucson Electric Power
• Karen Mathey, communications manager, Raytheon
• Tamara McKinney, community relations manager, Bookman's
• Cynthia Petti, retired, former MIS manager
• Cindy Regens. project executve, IBM