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Lend your energy, passion and Girl Scout experience to influence our council's governance process as a girl representative to our board of directors!

Apply to be a Girl Representative to the Board here!

Applications will open April 1, 2021 for the 2021-2022 Girl Rep year.

Position Requirements:

  • Serve a one-year term.
  • Attend girl representative orientation and training.
  • Attend and participate in three board meetings. Girls are expected to provide their own transportation to meetings, which are typically held on a weekday morning in downtown Chicago.
  • Be prepared by reading materials shared prior to meetings.
  • Actively participate in discussions and debates and meetings and be willing to share personal stories as part of a "Mission Moment."
  • Take part in group projects with other girl representatives.
  • Represent the Girl Scout movement as a spokesperson at board and council events.
What is the board of directors?

The board of directors is an elected group of volunteers, both men and women, who believe in the value of Girl Scouting and its ability to build girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

What does the board of directors do?

Board members use their professional expertise and personal views to inform decisions that affect the entire council. They establish policies to determine the organization's direction, and they influence the budget, executive hiring and strategy.

Girl Representative Bios

Kendall Barndollar

Hello! My name is Kendall, I am from Lemont, Illinois and I am a current senior at Lemont High School. I am entering my 13th year in Girl Scouts and am working on the last step of my Gold Award. In my free time, I enjoy sewing and embroidering and participating in Student Council, National Honor Society and Rho Kappa Honor Society at my school. In my future, I look forward to studying accounting and completing my MBA. I am so excited to use the countless skills and courage that Girl Scouts has taught me!

Anjeli (Mimi) Flores

Hello! My name is Anjeli and I am an eighth grader from Chicago. I currently attend Lane Tech High School’s Academic Center where I play sports that include basketball, volleyball, and soccer. My favorite subjects are math, science, and computer science, but I also enjoy playing the piano, guitar, and ukelele on my own time. I have been a Girl Scout for almost 9 years and other extracurriculars that I enjoy participating in are Math Team and Robotics. This year, I hope to be a voice to all the girls in our council by voicing my opinions to the Board of Directors so that we can move forward as future leaders prepared to add value to their communities.


Megan Riordan

Hi! My name is Megan.  I live in Lincoln Park and I am a sophomore at the Latin School of Chicago. This will be my 11th year in Girl Scouts. I have earned my Bronze Award (a patch designed for Girl Scouts in the hospital) and Silver Award (knitting hats and scarves for kids in need).  I am working on my Gold Award. I have had so many amazing opportunities through Girl Scouts and I am so excited to be on the board this year!


Maggie Smith

Hi! My name is Maggie I am 17 years old and I am a senior at Lincoln Way East in Frankfort. I’ve been a Girl Scout since kindergarten, and it is an organization I am very passionate about. I love being part of a girl-led organization who is empowering future female leaders! I also love to travel and experience new places.


Emily York

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Hi! My name is Emily, and I am a Sophomore at New Trier High School. I have been a Girl Scout since 1st grade and am currently pursuing my gold award. Other than Girl Scouts, I enjoy dance, orchestra, and being a member of my school’s debate team. I am grateful for the opportunity to be on the board and to learn the inner workings of an organization that has impacted me so much throughout my life.


McKenzie Young

Hi! My name is McKenzie and I'm currently an 8th grader at Ted Lenart Regional Gifted Center in Chicago, Illinois. I've been a Girl Scout for 8 years and it has taught me a lot about girl power and kindness. In the future, I plan to be an entrepreneur and/or to be a famous actress on Broadway, television shows, and movies. Some of the things I like to do are dancing, acting, playing the flute, playing the piano, being in the student council, being a member of the National Junior Honor Society, baking, spending time with family and friends, traveling, volunteering, and swimming.


Questions? Please contact or call 815-651-2715.